Renewable Energy Group to Present at BMO Capital Markets 10th Annual Farm to Market Conference – Yahoo Finance
(WJCL) It was a historic day for Fort Stewart. Renewablesolar energy is on its way to the military post. Friday morning, officials from the US Army, Georgia Power, and Georgia Public Service Commission broke ground for a renewable solar energy project. Itll provide a 30-megawatt, alternating current solar array at Fort Stewart, and will be designed, installed, owned and operated by Georgia Power. Itll join other solar projects in Georgia at Fort Benning and Fort Gordon. What it really means is its about making sure we can perform our mission to secure and protect this country from adversaries wherever they may be, said Amanda Simpson, Executive Director of Army of Energy Initiatives.
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Renewable energy law may face late hurdle – Brattleboro Reformer
“Rosendin Electric is in a unique position to pioneer new renewable energy solutions because of our depth of knowledge and experience in both solar and wind power.” Woodworth will head up the new Renewable Energy Group. David Lincoln will continue his role as Director of Solar Operations and Nate Williams will remain Division Manager for Wind Power. Duncan Frederick remains in his position as Director of Marketing, Energy Services, overseeing business development for the company’s Caribbean and Latin American markets while also driving Rosendin Electric’s distributed generation integrated energy solutions initiative. Glenn Patterson will be relocating from Rosendin Electric’s Oregon regional office as Preconstruction Manager for Energy Storage.
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John Rodgers, D-Essex/Orleans, who represents a district where two mountaintop wind farms operate, wants to place restrictions on wind development as part of the renewable energy bill. Rodgers plans to present an amendment Thursday that would require the Public Service Board to give stronger weight to local concerns when permitting wind projects. “Substantial deference” would be given to towns and regional planning commissions when permitting projects, he said. He said the Northeastern Vermont Development Association recently received a call from a developer who wants to build a two-turbine wind project. The planning commission opposes wind, and Rodgers’ amendment would likely stop the project from being built. “We’ve made no improvements in the way wind plants are sited, and quite possibly under this bill, two-turbine plants could be popping up all over this state,” Rodgers said.
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Rosendin Electric Consolidates Renewable Energy Divisions
Please contact your BMO representative for conference registration information and to schedule a meeting with the Company. About Renewable Energy Group Renewable Energy Group, Inc. is a leading North American advanced biofuels producer and developer of renewable chemicals. REG utilizes a nationwide production, distribution and logistics system as part of an integrated value chain model to focus on converting natural fats, oils and greases into advanced biofuels and converting diverse feedstocks into renewable chemicals.
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