Welcome to the ‘Wind Power’ news review – hosted by Windpower Monthly’s editor, Claire Warren, and deputy editor, Ian Griggs, with our regular panellists, Shashi Barla and Will Sheard.
As wind power’s contribution to the global energy transition grows, insiders are looking to improve sustainable practices within the wind industry itself.
Welcome to the ‘Wind Power’ news review – hosted by Windpower Monthly’s editor, Claire Warren, and deputy editor, Ian Griggs, with a panel of expert guests.
Senior wind industry figures from GWEC, Vestas and Arup come together to discuss what they want policymakers to agree on at the forthcoming COP28 conference later this month.
Welcome to the first ‘Wind Power’ news review – hosted by Windpower Monthly’s editor, Claire Warren, and deputy editor, Ian Griggs, with a panel of expert guests.
Indigenous and first nations communities are being confronted by wind energy developments on their traditional lands, causing legal battles and protests to flare.
British wind power pioneer Andrew Garrad recounts the triumphs and mishaps arising from more than four decades working at the top of the industry and gives his prognosis for its future.
Global offshore wind deployment is happening in greater volumes, at an increasingly frenetic pace but is the industry becoming a safer place to work in as it matures?
President Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act is expected to double the size of the US market over the next ten years, but is the industry fully equipped to meet all of the benefits on offer?
Vic Abate, chief executive of GE Vernova’s onshore wind division as well as GE's chief technology officer, is one of the most senior people working in the wind industry today
The threat of cyber attacks on the wind industry’s remote control systems for turbines and other equipment is all too real and it is growing by the day, with potentially disastrous consequences.
Experts from RES, Rystad Energy, Statkraft, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, Gazelle Wind Power and Fugro discuss the challenges facing the wind industry today.
Sven Utermöhlen - chair of WindEurope and chief executive of offshore wind for RWE - discusses the EU’s package of measures to stimulate the wind industry.
Elizabeth Klein, the new chief at the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), discusses the route ahead for offshore wind in the US.
Blades represent up to a third of the cost of a wind turbine but they do not yet benefit from the sophisticated sensor technology which exists for other components.
Experts from the Renewable Hydrogen Coalition, DNV and Bellona discuss green hydrogen’s potential as a component of the renewable energy transition.