Windpower Monthly SEPTEMBER 2020
Several of the wind industry's long-established and best-known leaders have recently announced their departures. We look at their past achievements and the challenges their replacements will face
In-depth technology analysis of China's most powerful operating turbine by Eize de Vries
In the early days of the wind industry, most turbine manufacturers aimed to squeeze as much energy as possible from the air stream.
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Take the hit for $220 million in new licence costs, or face a possible $1 billion-plus bill for sales lost because of import bans — that is GE's gameplan in its IP clash with Siemens Gamesa
Enercon plans to set up 'centres of excellence' for nacelle and generator production and simplify its complex supplier structure
All four major western manufacturers recorded losses for the second quarter as the coronavirus outbreak continued to play havoc with the global economy and supply chains.
Swedish developer Vattenfall aims to reduce its stake in the 1.5GW subsidy-free Dutch offshore project to 'balance the huge investment costs of future assets'
United States Rocket science will slash offshore costs
United States US wind booms as tax credit cut-off looms
Wind power in Europe was not looking particularly healthy even before the pandemic struck.
Painting single blade black helps prevent bird collisions; in tune with the current climate; plus School Strike for Climate's plea to EU leaders