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December Top 10 Players In Green Energy

1: BrightSource Energy Yes. We at Green Energy Reporter are unabashed BrightSource Energy fans. The news that the concentrated solar power (CSP) firm is eyeing a 2011 initial public offering only makes us love the company more because we want to see an unambiguous green energy success. There have been rumors for months that BrightSource…

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Exclusive: Fate of 600 MW Chinese-Backed Texas Wind Project Unclear

Is a 615-megawatt, Chinese-backed�Texas wind project still a go? There have been mixed signals about the fate of the $1.5 billion project, which attained notoriety when U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), criticized the Energy Department for using stimulus funds on a wind farm with Chinese turbines. The project is a joint venture by Shenyang Power…

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U.S.-Made Steel For Controversial Chinese-Backed Texas Wind Project

Will the news please Senators Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio)? The Chinese project developer of a controversial Texas wind project certainly hope so. On Friday A-Power Systems, the Chinese wind turbine supplier that is partnering with Shenyang Power Group and U.S. partners to build a 600-megawatt wind farm in West Texas, said they…

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Chinese Partner In Controversial U.S. Wind Project In Search of Good Will

A-Power Systems, the Chinese wind turbine supplier that is partnering with other Chinese and U.S. companies to build a 600 megawatts wind farm in West Texas, is traveling to Dallas next week for the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) annual conference.

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Schumer at Odds With Obama Administration Policy on Shenyang Power Texas Project

Last week Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) — and three other Senator — urged the Obama administration to cut stimulus funding for renewable energy projects that offshore their manufacturing.

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