Windpower Monthly MAGAZINE
The latest theories and current practices of rotor-blade monitoring and maintenance in the 100GW US wind market were subjected to lively and informed debate at the Windpower Monthly forum in Austin, Texas.
CSIC Haizhuang Windpower has ambitious plans to install 8MW and 10MW offshore prototypes in 2020. During his recent China visit, Eize de Vries talked to the firm in Chengdu about their latest products and development history.
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Country's leading OEM cuts 3,000 jobs and will cease domestic blade manufacturing as it tries to reposition itself in tough global market.
Renewable energy developers are "very unprepared" for cyber security attacks, a senior analyst for underwriter GCube told Windpower Monthly, after an attack victim was named in government documents.
The wind-power industry's major western OEMs recorded strong revenue growth during the July to September reporting period, with most also registering a positive pre-tax profit (Ebit).
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has completed construction of Turkey's first nacelle factory and is set to ramp up production until it reaches full capacity of about 100 nacelles, or 500MW, a year.
United Kingdom Oil and gas sector's lessons for floating offshore wind
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.
After correcting some key methods behind the original estimates, major offshore wind developer Ørsted recently made news with a downward revision of the expected internal rate of return for seven of its offshore wind projects.
Carbon-neutral living in the Antarctic, Global wind speeds getting faster; plus Africa energy figures and facts.