News and in-depth analysis of wind power, wind farms and wind industry companies and policy in China.
RUSSIA: The reconnection of 100MW of Crimean wind projects has been delayed by issues including uncertainty over their legal status, according to the the Crimean government.
NORWAY: The 2012 pact between Norway and Sweden to jointly develop renewable energy projects was intended to spur the development of an estimated 6GW of wind capacity across both countries.
BRAZIL: Vestas' efforts to build a leading position in the Brazilian market suffered a blow last month when it lost a 220MW deal to Gamesa.
Windpower Monthly TV, programme 1: A visit to a repowered wind farm demonstrates just how far the industry has progressed in the last 20 years, and offshore data reveals the changes expected in another decade of offshore wind development.
Engineering Technician - Stirling Natural Power Consultants Ltd Stirling (City/Town)
Energy Economist Mattinson Partnership London (City of), London (Greater)
Investment Manager / Investment Analyst - Renewables Lewis Davey London (Central), London (Greater)
Wind Analyst (Stirling) Natural Power Consultants Ltd Stirling (City/Town)
Offshore Manager, UK and Ireland NKT Cables United Kingdom
CHINA: The Chinese wind-power market faces a tough year as the industry gets to grips with new government requirements. Though growth slowed in 2011, the market still performed very strongly, with over 15GW of newly installed capacity. Industry officials expect the wind industry to continue to lead the world in growth in 2012 as the government counts on the technology to raise the nation's consumption of renewable energy.