Windpower Monthly TV
Video reports or wind farms, turbines and technology as well as interviews with top wind industry executives, webcasts and the Windpower Monthly Virtual summit.
Andreas Nauen, Repower CEO talks about the future of the company's offshore division, which comes a month after the company announced its to rebrand as Senvion.
GERMANY: Siemens Wind Power CTO Henrik Stiesdal tells Windpower TV that he believes Siemens can hit its target of bringing the cost of offshore wind energy down by 40% by 2020.
Siemens offshore CEO Michael Hannibal talks to Windpower TV about whether it is turbine manufacturers or governments that have a more important role to play in ensuring more offshore wind plants are built.
SWEDEN: CEO of Wpd Offshore in Sweden, Goran Dalen tells Windpower TV that he expects the offshore projects in the pipeline for Sweden will go ahead but warns there are some barriers.
GERMANY: Business development manager for offshore wind at boat maker Damen, Peter Robert, tells Windpower TV about its new wind-farm service vessel and why he thinks it represents the next step in the development of offshore O&M.
GERMANY: Dong Energy's CEO Henrik Poulsen tells windpower TV he believes that his company will reach its target of having 6.5GW of installed capacity in place by 2020.
GERMANY: Andrew Jamieson, CEO of Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult UK tells Windpower TV about the latest developments in technology that are seeing the cost of offshore projects brought down.
GERMANY: Brand Advisor for Mobil SHC Rainer Lange tells windpower TV about the importance of lubricants, and the role that they can play in extending the life and performance of wind turbines.
GERMANY: Aerodyn founder Soenke Siegfriedsen tells Windpower TV about the development of the manufacturer's new 8MW offshore turbine.
GERMANY: EWEA's head of regulatory affairs Stephan Bourgeois tells Windpower TV how 2020 targets have driven growth in the wind industry.
RES' public affairs manager, Anna Stanford, talks about the economic benefits of wind.
Paul Grimshaw talks about how the gathering and analysis of data from wind farms can improve performance.
Glennmont Partners technical director and partner, Peter Dickson, talks about his view of the investment landscape for the wind industry.
Pat Knightley talks about the need to close the gap between the supply and demand of skilled workers for the wind industry in the UK.
Former UK energy minister Charles Hendry talks about what the government needs to do to encourage investment in the wind industry.
Global head of corporate affairs at Mainstream Renewable Power Adam Bruce talks about what Marubeni's EUR 100 million buy in means for the company.
Mark Spring, senior engineer at Lloyd's Register talks about how offshore wind compares with other renewables.
National Renewable Energy Centre's chief technology officer, Ignacio Martí Pérez talks about the technological challenges of developing offshore wind turbines.
UK: Windpower TV talks to EWEA chief executive Thomas Becker about the UK's policy on wind energy.
Windpower TV talks to PMSS director of environment Steve Freeman about the challenges facing developers when it comes to navigating planning applications.