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Energy minister Peter Altmaier announced plans to raise auction volumes from 2022 and cut the levy consumers pay to support renewable energy generation
The US president announced a new greenhouse gas emissions target during a virtual meeting of world leaders, convened to discuss climate change
Concrete slip-forming of 11 spar foundations reached 20m at Aker Solutions' yard and will continue to 107.5m at a deep-water site
The Danish clean energy developer and ATP plan to use their industrial and financial capabilities to bid to build a North Sea hub connecting offshore wind farms
Iberdrola-owned Ailes Marines will start St Brieuc construction in May – a schedule chosen to appease the local fishing community
Lawmakers reached an agreement on the bloc’s climate law in the early hours of the morning following 14 hours of negotiations
Energy industry reports confirm wind and solar's price advantage over other sources and highlight strong job-creation potential
Substation and generator specialist TECO Electric signs framework deals with developers to deliver prototype before 2025
Turbine Sales Tracker Quarterly Report: Q4 2020
Berkeley Lab survey of industry experts concludes wind costs may be reduced by up to a third by 2035 and as much as half by 2050
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Increasing numbers of wind turbines are expected to operate in challenging climatic conditions, onshore and offshore, for 25 years or more. Rain, hail, salt spray, as well as extremes in cold and warm temperatures, all take their toll on turbine rotor blades.