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Windpower Daily 02nd October 2014

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WindEnergy 2014: Nordex's Zeschky unrepentent over N150 cancellation
GERMANY Nordex CEO Jurgen Zeschky has revealed he has no regrets over his decision to cancel the company's 6MW offshore turbine project in 2012.
  WindEnergy 2014: Nordex's Zeschky unrepentent over N150 cancellation
 
EDPR sells stake in French portfolio
FRANCE: Egyptian investment bank EFG Hermes has agreed to buy a 49% stake in EDPR France and its 334MW wind portfolio.
  EDPR sells stake in French portfolio
 
Sumitomo buys into Belgian offshore projects
BELGIUM: Japanese conglomerate Sumitomo Corporation has bought minority stakes in two Belgian offshore wind projects with a combined capacity of 381MW.
  Sumitomo buys into Belgian offshore projects
 
Vestas wins 49MW Uruguay contract
URUGUAY: Vestas has been handed the contract by developer Taxway SA to supply 16 V112-3MW turbines to the 49MW Kiyu wind project.
  Vestas wins 49MW Uruguay contract
 
Siemens wind CEO elected EWEA chairman
EUROPE: Siemens wind power chief executive Markus Tacke has been named as the new chairman of the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA).
  Siemens wind CEO elected EWEA chairman
 
Gamesa wins 36MW Vattenfall deal
SWEDEN: Gamesa has won a deal to supply turbines to Vattenfall's 36MW Hoge Vag project in Skane, southern Sweden.
  Gamesa wins 36MW Vattenfall deal
 
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Subsea O&M - Special Report 2014
WORLDWIDE: Windpower Offshore looks at maintenance work below the water required to keep offshore wind farms running efficiently, with a focus on skills and equipment.
  Subsea O&M - Special Report 2014
 
Analysis: What is Siemens doing about onshore wind?
GERMANY: Siemens has grown swiftly to become a dominant force in the offshore wind market but has remained silent about its onshore wind performance and ambitions.
  Analysis: What is Siemens doing about onshore wind?
 
Analysis: Coal and nuclear on Google AWC offshore line
UNITED STATES: The first leg of the Atlantic Wind Connection (AWC), designed to facilitate a growth in US offshore, could initially transmit electricity generated from coal and nuclear plants.
  Analysis: Coal and nuclear on Google AWC offshore line
 
Question of the week: Do we need vertical-axis turbines?
As horizontal-axis turbines increase in size, some are looking to vertical-axis machines as an offshore solution. Windpower Monthly asked Andrew Scott of the Energy Technologies Institute and Philippe Veyan of EDF Energies Nouvelles whether the technology has a future.
  Question of the week: Do we need vertical-axis turbines?
 
Analysis: Ontario firm on offshore moratorium
CANADA: New studies to examine the noise impacts and decommissioning requirements of offshore wind turbines do not signal a change in current policy prohibiting project development in the Great Lakes, according to the provincial government.
  Analysis: Ontario firm on offshore moratorium
 
Analysis: Doubt over renewables target hits investor confidence
AUSTRALIA: The two recommendations made by a review into Australia's renewable energy target (RET) programme would be disastrous for the country's wind sector, industry professionals claim.
  Analysis: Doubt over renewables target hits investor confidence
 
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