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Former Alstom Wind senior vice president Yves Rannou will join Senvion as chief executive on 1 January 2019, the manufacturer has confirmed.
Vestas has opened its blade production facility in Ulyanovsk, according to the Russian Association of the Wind Industry (RAWI).
China Three Gorges' (CTG's) new chairman accompanied Chinese president Xi Jinping on a state visit to Portugal this month raising speculation the event would be used to facilitate the group's attempt to acquire a majority stake in developer EDP.
A search for a strategic partner to jointly develop up to 2,545MW of wind capacity in Poland's Baltic Sea has been launched by state-controlled energy group PGE.
The summer heat wave that swept across Europe caused record-breaking temperatures, wildfires and, according to some analyses, an increased death toll.
WORLDWIDE: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) is not going to lose its grip as offshore market leader any time soon, but MHI Vestas is beginning to loosen the chokehold.
RUSSIA: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has signed an agreement with Russian firm Ruselprom for the production of turbine generators, and confirmed turbine purchase deals in Sweden, Norway, Germany and Turkey.
INDIA: In a difficult period for the wind industry, Inox Wind posted profit for the second consecutive quarter on the back of an existing ready-to-go order book.
WORLDWIDE: Windpower Monthly's annual review of the industry's movers and shakers finds plenty of analysts showing what needs to be done, but few policymakers making it happen.
Ørsted has spent more than $1 billion in the past two months, buying up more than just US wind capacity.
DENMARK: When Philippe Kavafyan took over from Jens Tommerup as MHI Vestas CEO earlier this year, his predecessor told him to 'learn to say no'. Windpower Monthly spoke to the former Adwen chairman about how he is picking his battles and where he plans to take the firm over the next four years.
UNITED STATES: Having joined the company as an intern, MidAmerican CEO Adam Wright combines in-depth experience of the business with the competitiveness of a former professional NFL player as the utility works to deliver on its 100% renewable energy promise.
Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers sparked the great financial crisis, and you will be hard-pressed to find an economist who doesn't think that it could happen again, soon.