The world''s largest wind farm will be built on the border between Oregon and Washington states.
Wind energy received 93 percent of funding awarded by the California Energy Commission (CEC) in a recent state auction for new renewable energy projects.
Five companies that generate electricity from wind have formed an industry association in Japan.
A 40 megawatt wind farm will be constructed for the Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) in Burgos, Ilocos.
The Asian Development Bank (ABD) has approved a US$58 million loan to develop wind energy in the People's Republic of China (PRC).
An oil company has teamed with a environmental group in Canada to promote the renewable energy industry in Canada.
One of the largest energy companies in Spain will install 3,000 megawatts of wind energy in Argentina.
Renewable energy is critical for the two million people around the world who have no access to electricity, according to a recent Village Power conference in Washington.
A trading house in Japan will build two more wind energy facilities in the northern part of the country.
Wind energy has demonstrated its readiness to become a significant contributor to electricity supply in the western United States and to help ease the power shortages in California, according to the industry lobby group.