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Global Energy Group and Haizea Wind Group will build £110-120m facility in Scotland to produce 135 towers a year
Commissioning of the world’s first fully industrialised floating offshore foundation paves way for commercial-scale floating wind
Shell-led joint venture secures licence for first stage of 1.3GW floating wind project, while city signs MoUs with German developers
Danish engineering firm secures test centre berth to install 'world’s first multi-megawatt floating wind and wave pilot'
Wind power firms need to work together and with other sectors to make turbine blades recyclable, according to industry experts
Fred Olsen 1848 established to develop range of technological solutions to make floating offshore wind easier and cheaper
Danish manufacturer improves powertrain and power conversion systems for higher turbine power rating
Local partnerships, optimised manufacturing processes and use of materials key to target, blade maker believes
Offshore wind turbines are reaching dizzying new heights and capacities. Will the rest of the industry be able to keep up?
Eize de Vries gets an exclusive insight into Siemens Gamesa’s recyclable blade technology. It’s all about the ‘secret resin-hardener recipe’
Green ammonia produced from wind-powered hydrogen could become a major “low-carbon” shipping fuel
Siemens Gamesa upgrades its SG 14-222 DD turbine to align rotor size with the latest 12-16MW competitor offerings
Eize de Vries climbs into the giant nacelle of Siemens Gamesa’s latest offshore platform to see the result of a decade of rapid upscaling