Windpower Monthly MAGAZINE
Five OEMs cornered two thirds of new global installations last year. Windpower Monthly casts an eye over the wind industry's leading contenders.
As the country recovers from its economic crisis and the accompanying lull in renewables installations, new investors are entering the market and developers are making use of the latest turbine technology.
Windpower Monthly's brand new section takes a closer look at some of the latest developments in wind, solar and storage hybrids.
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Onshore wind developers in the UK look set to compete in a 2021 subsidy auction round after being frozen out by the government for nearly five years.
Recent anti-wind outbursts have sent alarm bells ringing throughout the industry.
After months of impasse, Suzlon's lenders have approved a debt restructuring deal. The plan effectively divides the manufacturer's total debt of INR 118 billion ($1.58 billion) into sustainable debt of INR 36 billion ($484 million) and INR 82 billion of unsustainable debt.
United States 'US suppliers should take note' of offshore potential
South Africa South Africa dismisses coal lobby legal challenge
This column is generally written with the reasonable expectation that the world will not have radically changed in the seven to ten days it takes to get from this keyboard to your intray. That is clearly not the case on this occasion.
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