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Wind producer Gamesa cancels offshore wind project planned for Virginia

May 11th, 2012

Gamesa, a major producer of wind farms globally, has shelved its plan for an offshore wind farm in Virginia because a difficult financing climate and weaker “regulatory” support in the US.

The company will instead focus on building an offshore prototype off the coast of Spain.

Gamesa had built an offshore turbine at a Research and Development Center in Cape Charles, Virginia, but reported that “prospects for the U.S. offshore market and its regulatory conditions in this segment so far do not justify the next step, the installation of a prototype in

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SustainableBusiness.com lists top sustainable stocks

June 29th, 2009

From Green Right Now Reports

SustainableBusiness.com has released its 8th annual list of 20 public companies that are leading the way to a sustainable economy. The selections are made in cooperation with a group of judges consisting of leading green stock analysts.

Judges select companies across the range of green business sectors: solar, wind, geothermal, smart grid, water, food, agriculture, green building and transport. SustainableBusiness.com said a third of the companies populating this year’s list are “corporate pioneers” — companies with conventional products and services that are greening their product lines.

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Jobs on the green horizon

March 3rd, 2009

By Barbara Kessler
Green Right Now

What do you picture when you think of “green jobs”? Chances are you envision a guy strapped to a wind tower, or maybe someone tinkering with a solar panel.

Those are green jobs. But there are dozens more — at organic family farms, home building supply operations, big blue chip companies, inside power plants, at universities and government agencies, and yes, even at petroleum companies (what you thought they’d miss out on the opportunity?).

Green sustainable jobs are weaving their way through the economy, with traditional companies re-examining outdated practices and assessing the life cycle impact of their products and new green energy companies gearing up to change transform how we power our homes and cars.

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