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‘Looming mismatch’ between world’s climate ambitions and availability of necessary critical minerals, according to a new report
Northland Power and Yushan Energy name Siemens Gamesa as preferred supplier for its 1,044MW Hai Long offshore wind cluster
Poland’s Energy Regulatory Office latest award of CfDs means it has now contracted about 4.3GW of offshore wind in the Baltic Sea
CEO Henrik Andersen is confident the company will catch up on new orders, with the OEM maintaining its financial guidance for 2021
Does the key to cutting O&M costs lie in improving the efficiency of technicians and the use of digital technologies? Read this Windpower Monthly & LexX Technologies Report to find out...
The turbine manufacturer is due to provide an EPC turnkey solution for Neoen’s 404MW Mutkalampi wind farm in western Finland
Ingeteam’s market-leading converters are supported by a robust Firmware development methodology designed to simplify wind turbine converter validation and certification
Local content drive underpins Simply Blue Energy and Subsea 7's deal to assess Ocergy's low-weight floating platform design
The Danish manufacturer hopes wind will play a bigger role as hydro-dominated Latvia moves towards 50% renewables by 2030 target
The German-Spanish manufacturer reports an "encouraging" quarter due to the strength of its offshore and services business units
Currently, the biggest barriers to accurate energy assessments are the lack of transparency and standardisation in calculating expected performance. So what’s the answer? Tune into this webinar to find out!
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.