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Who are the wind industry's biggest worldwide players?

Wind power manufacturers across the world had a high order intake in 2010 with expected delivery deadlines in 2011 and 2012
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Weekly News Wrap-Up
  • MISO endorses transmission expansion plan
  • PJM Interconnection installs advanced systems
  • Australia passes carbon tax
  • REPower to deliver wind turbines for Quebec project
  • DOE funds $8 million for consumer energy management Click to continue
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  • Our top five stories from elp.com
    Here are this week's most-read stories, chosen by our readers at elp.com.
  • Farrell's Dominion leads troops to energy jobs
  • Carbon tax is now law in Australia
  • Report shows disparities in energy efficiency programs of 50 utilities
  • The time for solar is now
  • MISO board endorses $6.5 billion transmission expansion plan Click to continue
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  • Eye on the Grid blog
  • PNM's social media saves Santa Fe adventure
  • Could an investment in Greek energy save world stock markets?
  • Illinois back in the smart grid game
  • Solar outlook sunny despite Solyndra
  • Illinois' smart grid soap opera Click to continue
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  • Features
    Who are the wind industry's biggest worldwide players?
    Wind power manufacturers across the world had a high order intake in 2010 with expected delivery deadlines in 2011 and 2012 Click to continue
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    Going underground: European transmission practices
    The Dutch approach is viewed as clear and consistent, overall, leading to the speedy implementation of many needed transmission lines. One downside is that some communities must tolerate more overhead lines than others. Click to continue
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    Industry news
    India's Power Grid Corp. to deploy robotics technology
    Power Grid said it carried out a demonstration of the robotics technology application on 400 kV transmission lines in live line condition in India Click to continue
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    Energy efficiency could lower consumption by five to fifteen percent
    Electric peak demand is likely to drop by 7.5 to 15 percent compared to forecast trends, and natural gas consumption is expected to drop by 5 to 10 percent compared to forecast trends Click to continue
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    Siemens deploys giant circuit breakers in India
    The 1,200 kV circuit breaker jointly developed by Siemens' engineers from India and Germany with support from Power Grid Corp. of India, would help transmit over 6,000 MW power Click to continue
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    Quanta selected by AEP to rebuild 900 miles of transmission infrastructure
    Under agreements with AEP Ohio Transmission Co. and AEP Oklahoma Transmission Co., Quanta will rebuild or replace existing transmission infrastructure including, but not limited to, structures, conductor and shield wire Click to continue
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    Utility Products
    ABB to offer transformer training at Power-Gen 2011
    New pre-conference Competitive Power College course will focus on unique transformer considerations for power generating stations Click to continue
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    Mobile thermal printers for field technicians
    Brother Mobile Solutions' RuggedJet mobile thermal computers provide fast, reliable solutions, allowing you to print documents from any location Click to continue
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    Two way power line carrier communications
    Cooper Power Systems' CCU-721 Gateway provides fast, cost-effective, two-way power line carrier communications to advanced metering infrastructure, demand response and grid automation endpoints Click to continue
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    Low emission gas reciprocating generator
    Aggreko introduces economical 334 kW natural gas reciprocating generator; offers cost savings of 40-50 percent compared to diesel units Click to continue
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