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The US’ first freshwater wind farm in the Great Lakes has finally been given the green light, but with operating constrictions that are “fatal” to the development.
An Ontario appeal court has reinstated EDP Renewables’ right to build a 100MW wind farm after the government abruptly revoked consent for the project.
The performance of newer US wind turbines degrades at a slower rate than that of older projects, with a relatively abrupt decline in output after ten years of operation coinciding with the withdrawal of federal support, according to a new study.
The wind industry’s biggest trade shows of the year have had to adjust in response to the pandemic with WindEnergy Hamburg shifting its event to December, while AWEA’s new Cleanpower gathering goes digital.
The supply chain disruption caused by the global pandemic has dragged GE Renewable Energy down in Q1 as it remains in the red.
Onshore wind and solar PV are now the cheapest sources of new-build generation for at least two-thirds of the global population, and their costs are set to fall even further.
United States WindPlus: US solar-storage price drops likely to slow
United States 'US suppliers should take note' of offshore potential