Hundreds of thousands of additional workers will be needed over the next decade to deliver the growth in offshore wind capacity, new analysis suggests
BayWa has enhanced its digital services offering with the acquisition of several platforms and data scientists from Kaiserwetter
Siemens Gamesa's global head of diversity and inclusion Marta Jimeno reveals the thinking behind the developer's diversity and inclusion action plan
The long-term Renewable Energy Target (RET) policy for Australia needs to be ramped up to unlock US$40 billion (A$52.5 billion) in investments, according to Wood Mackenzie
Independent power producer NextWind has raised $100 million to invest and repower the German onshore market
The trade body has announced that the chief executive of Siemens Engines will be taking up the reins at RenewableUK in late spring
Vestas aims to get 150 of its V150 turbines up and running again by the middle of the year after pausing operations earlier this month
Enel, Engie and Equinor have joined a programme to share turbine performance data and "end OEMs' superiority" in data ownership
Quick access to a safe way to escape from a turbine fire is key to saving lives. Eize de Vries finds out why a new evacuation system claims to have the edge over traditional rope-based rescue solutions
Advances in turbine technology have improved reliability, reducing unscheduled downtime and cutting service costs. While offshore projects remain more expensive to operate, economies of scale will play an increasing role as arrays featuring hundreds of units become the norm.
The Material Failure Investigation Group of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) has been listening to, and acting on, presentations on the subject of wind turbine failures for the past two years.
With around 6,000 turbines due to leave the support system in 2021, Germany's environment agency has assessed the country's readiness to recycle this potential flood of turbine components, and at what cost.
The next generation of new turbines continues apace in the second half of the year, but financial woes among many of the industry's western OEMs also bite. Here are the top articles from the latter half of 2019.