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Sky Harvest to acquire vertical axis wind turbine technology and manufacturing

Sky Harvest Wind Power

VANCOUVER, July 9, 2013 — Symbol: SKYH:OTC Markets VANCOUVER, July 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Sky Harvest Windpower Corp. (“Sky Harvest” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement to acquire a vertical axis wind turbine manufacturing and sales business from a private Canadian company in consideration of the issuance of 650,000 shares of its ...

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World’s largest wind farm inaugurated

Worlds Largest Windfarm

It’s all green and go for London Array, the world’s biggest offshore wind farm located in Outer Thames Estuary in the UK. The 175-turbine project has the capacity to produce 630 megawatts, enough to supply some 500,000 British homes with electricity, reports say. The four-year project had multinational collaboration from Dong Energy (nope, not Chinese but Danish), Masdar (a subsidiary ...

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GE Brilliant Wind Turbines Heading Down Under As Part Of $350MM Boco Wind Project

Wind Energy Down Under

Fifty-eight GE 1.7-100 and nine 1.6-100 Brilliant wind turbines will be heading to Australia as part of a Downer EDI-GE Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) wind farm engineering and procurement contract (EPC). In addition to generating some 113 MW of clean, renewable electricity – enough to supply at least 40,000 homes – bringing the Boco Wind Farm project to fruition ...

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Quebec explosion highlights risk of oil transport – KXNet.com

oil transport

By MATTHEW DALY Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) – The deadly explosion of a runaway oil train in Canada highlights the risks that come from transporting oil, no matter the method.Spills from rail cars occur more frequently than from pipelines, but tend to be smaller. And pipelines can be built to avoid population centers and fragile ecosystems, while trains travel routes where ...

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$71 million approved for Oil Patch communities

71 Million Approved for Infrastructure Projects

BISMARCK – Twenty Oil Patch communities will receive $71 million in energy impact grants for assistance with water-related projects. Grants approved Thursday by the Board of University and School Lands include:• $5 million to expand Crosby’s water supply and wastewater treatment systems.• $10 million to expand New Town’s water treatment plant, water and sewer system upgrades and street improvements. • ...

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