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Renewables, Including Wind, Represent Growing Part of AREVA’s Business
By Jarret Adams Today’s announcement of a memorandum of understanding for 80 offshore wind turbines for AREVA’s subsidiary Multibrid signals a major step forward for our renewable business. Apart from the fact that this will be a contract worth over $900 million for AREVA, it reinforces our position...
Tue, Mar 31 2009
Wind Farms Blowing Energy towards the Shores of North America
by Katherine Berezowskyj As AREVA is committed to be the leader in CO2-free energy power generation, we’re actively engaged in strengthening its already diverse portfolio. One part of this pursuit is our operations in the wind power market, specifically with the production of offshore wind turbines...
Mon, Jul 6 2009
Roundtable Talks of Jobs and More Jobs from Planned ADAGE Biopower Facility
by Katherine Berezowskyj Jobs and renewable energy were the topics of conversation during a roundtable in Hamilton County, Florida last week. Local officials and residents joined representatives from ...read more
Mon, Nov 2 2009
AREVA’s Sunny Outlook: AREVA to Acquire U.S. solar company Ausra
AREVA announced today that it has agreed to acquire U.S. solar company Ausra. Ausra is a California-based provider of large-scale concentrated solar power solutions for electricity generation and industrial steam production. Utilizing Ausra’s management team and proven technology, this acquisition...
Mon, Feb 8 2010
ADAGE Radio Interview Discusses Mason County Biomass Plant
Two members of our ADAGE team sat down for an interview with radio station KMAS 1030 about the proposed Mason County biomass plant in Shelton County, Washington. Jim Gaston, the Project’s Manager, and Tom DePonty, Director of Public Affairs for ADAGE, explained the project and answered questions...
Thu, May 20 2010
ADAGE Launches Online Resource for WA Biomass Project
A wealth of detailed information and resources about the planned Mason County, Wash., biomass power plant is now available online through the ADAGE Web site. Local citizens, government representatives and interested parties can learn about the power plant’s leading-edge technology, check for upcoming...
Mon, Jun 7 2010
Answers to Biomass Questions
The recent announcement of the proposed ADAGE biopower plant in Mason County, Wash., generated a few questions. Questions like: What, exactly, is biomass? Will it create jobs for the folks who live here? How will it impact our environment and local infrastructure? What about the air and water? All...
Mon, Jun 14 2010
Economic Development Council Supports ADAGE Project in Washington
The Economic Development Council of Mason County has come out in support of the biomass generating plant ADAGE proposes to build at the Port of Shelton’s John’s Prairie Industrial Park. The EDC’s Executive Director, Matt Matayoshi, announced Tuesday that his board of directors unanimously...
Wed, Jul 14 2010
ADAGE Mason County Project Achieves Permitting Milestone
On Tuesday, December 21, the Olympic Region Clear Air Agency staff recommended approval of the Notice of Construction permit for the ADAGE Mason County biomass facility in Shelton, Wash. This decision is a significant step for the planned nominal 65 Megawatt woody biomass project validating that the...
Wed, Dec 22 2010
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