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Australian investors Federation Asset Management has launched a takeover bid for compatriot developer Windlab, proposing to buy all the outstanding shares in the wind-solar hybrid project specialist.
Vestas plans to eliminate non-recyclable waste from the manufacturing, operation and decommissioning of its wind turbines by 2040, becoming the first turbine maker to announce such a target.
Nordex has configured its turbines to emit minimal electromagnetic radiation allowing them to be installed near a radio observatory without interfering with the signals the antennae receive from space.
Floating offshore wind enjoyed much more visibility and a larger slice of the action than it usually does at WindEurope's Offshore 2019 exhibition and conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Danish government has awarded DKK 34.6 million (€4.6 million) to an Ørsted-led consortium of Danish firms developing a 2MW electrolysis plant near Copenhagen.
Latest figures from the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) predict a noticeable increase in demand for medium-speed gearboxes in the early part of the 2020s.
Enercon is adapting its turbine towers to resist earthquakes in the Chilean desert as it prepares to make its market entry in the South American country by supplying a 607MW wind farm.
Around 30GW of new large-scale renewable generation is required in Australia by 2040 to replace the 15GW reduction in the country's coal fleet, according to the latest draft energy system plan.
Vestas' V150-5.6MW turbine, part of its new EnVentus platform, has won Windpower Monthly's turbine of the year award in the 3.5MW+ category. Editor Shaun Campbell and David Weston discuss why.
Still a high-volume sector, but one that western OEMs are eschewing in favour of higher-rated machines and the offshore sector, leaving China's turbine makers to dominate.
Installation solutions for onshore and offshore applications lead the way.
Ever longer and generally lighter units mark the top contenders in a hotly contested class.
Focus shifts to medium-speed geared and direct-drive solutions.