CHINA: Revenue for the group totalled CNY 25.13 billion for the year, the manufacturer said, down 4.8% on the year.
POLAND: Oil company PKN Orlen will seek companies to help prepare up-to 1.2GW of wind farms in the Baltic Sea, it has announced.
UNITED STATES: A Texan data firm with a history of working in the oil and gas industry has launched a new business segment aimed at floating wind.
AUSTRALIA: Developer Neoen has arranged the necessary finance for a 194MW wind project, with a 20MW Tesla battery attached to it, located in Victoria, south-east Australia.
WORLDWIDE: Wind power accounted for the largest share of renewable growth last year as global energy demand grew by 2.1%.
GERMANY: A new report by the Fraunhofer research insitute has found price of renewable power in Germany is lower than most fossil-fuel generation.
JAPAN: Pattern Energy has completed its first project in Japan, the 33MW Ohorayama site on the south side of the southerly Shikoku island.
GERMANY: Utility and developer EnBW recorded an increased operating profit (Ebitda) within its renewable energy segment due to an expanded and more productive wind portfolio.
EUROPE: Policy announcements in either France or Germany can have knock-on effects on the other, so the governments should work more closely to achieve the transition to a clean energy system, think tanks have said, while also helping to shape the future energy mix across Europe.
SWEDEN: The Swedish Energy Agency has examined two models for removing or reducing transmission costs for offshore wind power to help promote cost-effective energy.