Windpower Monthly OCTOBER 2020
Wind rises to fill the gap as energy demand slumps
Wind power's potential to carry a greater role in worldwide electricity generation has been highlighted by the coronavirus pandemic
'The technology works': How wind will fill the power gap
DNV GL chief Ditlev Engel talks exclusively to Windpower Monthly about the pandemic's effect on clean energy production
WindEconomics: Bigger turbines shave 40% off costs of wind
As wind turbine sizes and ratings have increased since 2010, project costs in the US have fallen dramatically
Covid-19 Insight report: How wind rode the first wave
Looking at how some major markets have coped with the virus to date, and their plans to cut carbon emissions
Special report: US election key for wind beyond Covid-19
Insight report: Indian wind sector 'robust' beyond Covid-19
Insight report: Latin American wind sector hit by Covid-19 and debt
France Insight Report: French wind passes coronavirus 'stress test'
Italy Covid-19 Insight Report: Italy
Poland Covid-19 Insight Report: Poland
Spain Covid-19 Insight Report: Spain
Installation rate holds firm
China MingYang scales-up hybrid-drive technology to supersize class
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Energy transition 'too slow' though renewables will dominate by 2050
Massive renewables growth will require significant investment and create huge challenges for developers, grid operators and policymakers.
Show us the policies: Wind industry reacts to new EC emission targets
Wind is 'ready to deliver' but Europe's 2030 emission reduction targets cannot be delivered without policy fixes
BP enters offshore wind through $1bn US deal with Equinor
BP will pay $1.1 billion for a 50% stake in leases Equinor paid $180 million for in recent years
Who is Ørsted’s next CEO, Mads Nipper?
Current head of pump manufacturer Grundfos Mads Nipper was named as Ørsted’s next CEO this week and is due to replace Henrik Poulsen from 1 January 2021
Renewables must grow faster to electrify most polluting sectors
Utilities 'undermining' global transition to net-zero emissions, University of Oxford research claims
Ireland Ireland ‘to miss’ 2030 climate and clean energy target
Poland Poland looks to renewables and nuclear to wean itself off coal
Australia Australian wind and solar to overtake coal and gas from 2026
Japan Equinor plans Japanese offshore wind entry
Germany Nordex pushes N149/5.X prototype to 5.7MW
Sweden Vattenfall names new CEO
Sector's performance during crisis gives reasons to be cheerful
There are good grounds for optimism for the future of the global wind power industry.
Backpage: The last word in wind -- October 2020
Research finds public support for offshore buildout in UK and Germany; plus thought you were drowning in data?