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Struggling turbine manufacturer Suzlon has completed its debt restructuring process, easing the company’s cash flow and enabling it to ramp up business operations, according to its chief financial officer.
Iberdrola has outbid a Filipino-Hong Kong joint venture (JV) to take over Infigen as a bidding war for the Australian clean energy developer escalates.
Chinese OEM Dongfang is set to claim victory in the race to install the country’s first operational 10MW offshore turbine.
Japan has launched its first ever public tender to kickstart its nascent floating offshore wind industry.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has won its first provisional orders for its new 14MW turbine unveiled in May, with tentative agreements for projects off the coasts of Taiwan, the United States and the UK.
Chinese turbine manufacturers are looking to diversify their business in response to falling onshore growth rates and subsidies being phased out in the world's leading wind market, new research shows.