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Chinese OEM Goldwind has sold a 49% stake in a 527MW Australian wind project to Qatari power investment company and sector newcomer, Nebras Power.
Canadian owner-operator Brookfield Renewables has launched a takeover bid for TerraForm Power, proposing to buy all the outstanding shares in the clean energy developer.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has finalised the acquisition of Senvion's European onshore service assets and intellectual property (IP). The sale of the blade factory will follow in Q1.
Chinese turbine manufacturer Ming Yang and developer China Three Gorges (CTG) have signed a framework agreement to work together on global onshore and offshore wind development.
Vestas plans to become carbon neutral before 2030 without the use of offsetting.
Suzlon’s stock has risen 46% since the turn of the year, amid reports that the troubled OEM plans to ask lenders for a 68% discount on restructuring its debts.
Antonio Cammisecra, the chief executive of Italian group Enel’s renewable energy business Enel Green Power (EGP), is not worried about the field of competitors becoming too crowded.
Speaking with German media, Senvion CEO Yves Rannou expects further consolidation within the turbine manufacturing sector, criticises the strategy and Germany’s dire policy landscape on his company’s demise.
Vestas' V150-5.6MW turbine, part of its new EnVentus platform, has won Windpower Monthly's turbine of the year award in the 3.5MW+ category. Editor Shaun Campbell and David Weston discuss why.
The next generation of new turbines continues apace in the second half of the year, but financial woes among many of the industry's western OEMs also bite. Here are the top articles from the latter half of 2019.
A spate of technology launches dominated the first half of the year, with a new generation of prototypes also being installed. Here are the top articles from the first half of 2019.
The slowdown decimating Germany's onshore sector has come as little surprise. Following the 2017 tenders -- which were dominated by citizen-owned projects that have longer development times because they did not need permits to enter -- it was clear to most in the industry that there would be a dip in installations.
With the deadline looming to start work at the end of 2019 to qualify for tax credits, building a supply chain is the priority for the nascent US offshore wind sector.