Danish manufacturer Vestas said it would be "open to additional bolt-on opportunities to accelerate our growth strategy", following reports in the Indian media it is in negotiations to acquire a controlling stake in wind turbine supplier Suzlon.
Non-hydropower renewable capacity in Asia is set to grow more than 140% in the next decade, according to new analysis, but coal will remain the backbone of power systems across the continent.
The Australian government is delaying granting an exploration license for what could be the country's first offshore wind farm due to an "ideological hatred of renewable energy", a union has claimed.
New wind capacity in Europe totalled 11.68GW in 2018, down 32% from the record 17.1GW in 2017, new figures from WindEurope showed.
Japan installed 261MW last year, up 61% year on year on 2017's additions, but lengthy environmental impact assessments (EIAs) continue to hinder development, according to the country's wind power association (JWPA).
The International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) has hailed the EU as a role model for renewable energy in a report looking at ways to integrate wind and solar into power systems.
Increases in wind power capacity and production boosted profits for Iberdrola's renewables business in 2018, according to the developer's full-year results.
A total of 18 bids from four developers were submitted in the New York solicitation for offshore wind projects of 800MW or more.
A US-based investment fund has called on China Three Gorges (CTG) to end its attempted takeover of Portuguese energy firm EDP.
The key drivers of Canada's wind capacity lie in grid decarbonisation, electrification, and corporate procurement, according to the country's wind energy association, CanWEA.
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