A single 153MW wind farm was successful in Greece's latest clean energy tender producing a new low price in the process.
Netherlands-based Seawind Ocean Technologies has ambitious targets to install a 6.2MW floating two-bladed demonstrator in Scottish waters next year, followed by an enhanced 12.2MW prototype in 2022.
How the global coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is impacting the industry's 2020 goals.
As the country recovers from its economic crisis and the accompanying lull in renewables installations, new investors are entering the market and developers are making use of the latest turbine technology.
The wind power sector spent €51.8 billion in Europe in 2019, down by nearly a fifth from a record year in 2018, according to industry body WindEurope.
Nordex’s turbine orders surged 58% in Q1 2020, with its Delta4000 series making up 85% of the capacity contracted.
Windpower Monthly's brand new section takes a closer look at some of the latest developments in wind, solar and storage hybrids.
While there is a consensus that the costs of onshore and offshore wind energy will continue to fall, there is, unsurprisingly, some variation in the projections.
Five OEMs cornered two thirds of new global installations last year. Windpower Monthly casts an eye over the wind industry's leading contenders.
This column is generally written with the reasonable expectation that the world will not have radically changed in the seven to ten days it takes to get from this keyboard to your intray. That is clearly not the case on this occasion.
The UK government’s effective ban on the development of onshore wind was impossible to reconcile with a target of net-zero emissions by 2050.
Too early to tell would be a fair summary of the wind industry's judgment on the extent to which the coronavirus outbreak will affect global turbine production and installations in 2020.
"I never understood wind. I know windmills very much. They're noisy. They kill the birds. You want to see a bird graveyard? Go under a windmill someday. You'll see more birds than you've ever seen in your life."