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Wind industry leaders called for more resources and urgency from policymakers at the upcoming COP27 climate summit in Egypt to focus on specific actions to help the deployment of more renewable energy.
Norway's wind power industry is seeking clarification on proposed new taxes on revenues unveiled by the government in its latest budget statement.
A qualified workforce, financial support for the industry and infrastructure fit for the future are among the most pressing challenges laid out by panellists at a WindEnergy Hamburg conference session to explore supply chain issues faced by offshore wind.
Asia Pacific should adopt a regional approach to local manufacturing as it builds out its offshore wind sector, according to a panel of experts at the WindEnergy Hamburg 2022 conference.
German energy minister Robert Habeck called for the country’s states (Bundesländer) to help the government overcome obstacles to the country meeting its wind power ambitions.
Leaders of the wind and hydrogen industry have called on Europe's politicians to support industry in the opening session of WindEnergy Hamburg 2022 this week (27-30 September).
The US renewable energy industry has welcomed new legislation to streamline permitting for energy and natural resources projects, including wind farms.
European energy independence in "imminent danger" as wind turbine manufacturers suffer massive losses while China profits from "unfair advantage", warns white paper
The UK’s plan for a market-wide conversion to contracts for difference (CfD) looks good on paper but investment in its supply chain, and the rapid build-out of new capacity are all at risk.
Against climate concern and what some are calling broken capitalism, a new leader of the Conservative Party — and the UK’s next prime minister — will be announced shortly, but are either a friend to the wind and wider renewables industry?
Earlier this month, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed a major climate and clean energy bill to tackle some of the problems the state is facing in the quest for carbon neutrality.
Solar could undercut wind on price by the middle of the decade, an analysis by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) in the US suggests.
As the industry strives to deliver the rapid build-out of wind, developers are working to ensure the fight against climate change does not come at the expense of biodiversity