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Seven TSOs have launched the Eurobar scheme to work towards pan-European interconnection for offshore wind. But some key players have not joined yet
The German manufacturer recorded a slump in orders in the first three months of the year, with totals down in both Europe and Latin America
Seventeen of Nordex's N163/5.X turbines will be adapted for cold climates and deployed at Wpd’s Nuolivaara wind farm in Finland
Chevron and Moreld have invested in Ocergy – a new company launched by former senior staff at floating offshore wind pioneer Principle Power
The Spanish company’s Scottish subsidiary plans to use the Whitelee wind farm and new solar and battery capacity to produce hydrogen
SGRE’s technology chief on enhancing reliability, reducing downtime and the possibility of working with other OEMs as the sector expands
Wind farm developer Treblade reports no injuries or construction delays after auxiliary crane overturns at Björkvattnet wind farm
Despite investor appetite, inadequate permitting frameworks in some European markets mean there are insufficient available projects
Acciona hopes the move will give greater visibility to its strategic business line, reduce its capital costs and strengthen its balance sheet
The German turbine manufacturer and developer's fund is investing in operational German onshore wind farms. It plans to launch similar investment products
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Tune into this webinar to find out how the wind, environmental and regulatory sectors can come together to make the goal of 40GW by 2030 a reality.
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.