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Ten of the biggest and the best manufacturers

WORLDWIDE: Together, these wind-turbine manufacturers account for nearly three-quarters of global installed capacity, and much of the industry's recent technological progress. Windpower Monthly looks at the balance sheets and product ranges to see what makes them stand out.

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GE puts the case for 'digital wind farm'

UNITED STATES: GE believes its Digital Windfarm collection of products can boost a project's annual energy production (AEP) by up to 20%.

Gallery: Block Island foundations underway

UNITED STATES: Construction work has begun on the foundations for Deepwater Wind's 30MW Block Island project, set to be the first offshore development in the US.

Political indecision is one safe prediction

This time last year, I wondered whether 2014 would lift the industry out of the doldrums that 2013 inflicted upon it. On the surface, it would appear that it has. Installations are up, the job cuts and factory closures have stopped, Europe is holding firm and the emerging markets are ticking along nicely.

Windpower Monthly's round-up of 2014 (part 1)

WORLDWIDE: As Windpower Monthly winds down for the end-of-year holidays, we leave you with a round-up of some of 2014's most read -- if not most important -- wind-energy stories from the magazine and website over the last year.

Alstom handed South Korean deal

SOUTH KOREA: Alstom has won an 18MW contract from Dae Myoung Energy to supply turbine to a project in the Gangwon Province, northeast South Korea.

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