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  • CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY AT EDF EN PROJECT IN QUEBEC

    Jun 28

    Following the Government of Québec issuance of the decree authorizing the construction and operation of Mont-Rothery, EDF EN Canada Inc., a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles, today announced that the construction phase of the 74 MW Mont-Rothery wind project has commenced. Mont-Rothery Wind Project, consisting of 37 turbines supplied by Senvion, ...

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  • A BLOG MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE

    Feb 9

    A blog can make all the difference with your website – they add credibility to your business, provide useful and interesting information to your viewers and add phenomenal SEO value, making your business easy to find online. Blogging takes time, but it definitely pays off in the long run. Consistently update ...

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  • CONVERSATION

    Feb 26

    Joe Bruce Principal, NTC Wind Energy Norm Tooman Construction recently rebranded itself as NTC Wind Energy. How did that come about? We were involved in general construction for a long time before getting into the wind business. It seemed appropriate to be more specific about our current concentration and expertise. ...

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  • ULTRACAPACITOR ENERGY STORAGE

    Feb 26

    According to Maxwell Technologies, ultracapacitors improve the reliability for grid connected wind turbines and low-voltage ride through. By: Jason Lee The world continues to pursue wind as a source of low-cost, renewable, zero-emissions electricity. With worldwide annual growth through 2020 expected to average 22 percent, wind becomes a significant percentage of total ...

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  • CONSTRUCTION

    Feb 26

    It’s strange to think about, but the very winds that make a wind farm an attractive site for producing electricity can also make it a difficult project for crane operators. By: Chris Martin Over the last two months we have looked at the capabilities of cranes in maintenance ...

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