CHINA: Recent industry reports suggest that China's wind market growth will slow down in the coming years. Windpower Monthly speaks to Vestas, GWEC, FTI Consulting and Make Consulting about how this will affect European companies aiming for a slice of the Chinese action?
ROMANIA The country's wind-energy sector is expected to cool down further this year, as regulatory uncertainty continues to be a key feature of the market.1 comment
Despite widespread political unrest, the region saw 346MW installed in 2014, against 257MW the previous year. While some markets have ground to a halt there are encouraging signs in others, notably in Egypt and Morocco.
CHINA: Sinomatech Wind Power Blade has revealed the 77.7-metre blade it has produced for Goldwind's 160/6MW offshore turbine.
CHINA: The launch of China's first onshore feed-in tariff (FIT) in 2009 gave the country's wind sector a welcome boost. But now a cut to the scheme is causing upheaval throughout the industry.
SOUTH KOREA: Goldwind has signed a memorandum of understanding for a cooperation agreement with the South Korean wind and solar manufacturer DMS.
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