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Windpower Daily 26th November 2014

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Sinomatech unveils Goldwind 6MW blade
CHINA: Sinomatech Wind Power Blade has revealed the 77.7-metre blade it has produced for Goldwind's 160/6MW offshore turbine.
  Sinomatech unveils Goldwind 6MW blade
 
Ming Yang posts strong Q3
CHINA: Ming Yang has continued its strong recovery this year, almost doubling revenues in the third quarter and swinging into profit.
  Ming Yang posts strong Q3
 
RWE completes Gwynt y Mor construction
UK: RWE has completed the construction phase of the 576MW Gwynt y Mor project ahead of final commissioning next year.
  RWE completes Gwynt y Mor construction
 
Blackrock places 46MW Vestas order
SWEDEN: Private equity firm Blackrock has ordered Vestas turbines for a 46.2MW project it is developing in Sweden.
  Blackrock places 46MW Vestas order
 

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Analysis: US manufacturing hit despite capacity increase
UNITED STATES: There is something strange happening in the US wind industry. Installations are on the increase, yet the domestic supply chain for wind components has contracted.
  Analysis: US manufacturing hit despite capacity increase
 
Question of the Week: Confidence in CfD support?
UK: Last month, ScottishPower said it could cancel the East Anglia One project if it failed to win a Contract for Difference (CfD) from the UK government.
  Question of the Week: Confidence in CfD support?
 
Analysis: Areva Wind waits for Wikinger decision
GERMANY: Negotiations are ongoing between Iberdrola and Areva over the turbine supply deal for the 350MW Wikinger project, according to the French manufacturer.
  Analysis: Areva Wind waits for Wikinger decision
 
Question of the Week: Is GWEC's prediction achievable?
WORLDWIDE: Last week, Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) published a report stating 2TW of wind could be installed by 2030. Windpower Monthly asked whether this is a realistic goal.
  Question of the Week: Is GWEC's prediction achievable?
 
Analysis: Russia fails to restart Crimean projects
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.
  Analysis: Russia fails to restart Crimean projects
 
Question of the Week: Can Chinese manufacturers break into Europe and the US?
Following Chinese manufacturer CSIC's announcement it is targeting the European market with an offshore turbine, Windpower Monthly asked how Chinese manufacturers can break into the European and American markets.
  Question of the Week: Can Chinese manufacturers break into Europe and the US?
 
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Gwynt y Mor completed
 
E.on cuts Rampion by 43%
 

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