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Windpower Daily
11th May 2021
 

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GE and Toshiba to manufacture Haliade-X in Japan
The two technology giants team up to produce and commercialise the 12-14MW Haliade-X as Japan’s offshore wind sector prepares for launch
  GE and Toshiba to manufacture Haliade-X in Japan
 
IEA: 2020 pace of renewable additions the 'new normal'
International Energy Agency (IEA) reports accelerating growth for renewables as climate targets begin to accumulate
  IEA: 2020 pace of renewable additions the 'new normal'
 
                     
In case you missed it
Opinion: Hurdles ahead, but US will get there on offshore wind
With a president prepared to put resources and talent into offshore wind, the US is ready to get serious about creating its own industry
  Opinion: Hurdles ahead, but US will get there on offshore wind
 
Enercon uses self-climbing crane to install EP5 turbines
Proof-of-concept shows that second-generation self-climbing LCC140 crane can install complete 4-5MW-plus EP5 turbines
  Enercon uses self-climbing crane to install EP5 turbines
 
Vestas vows to bounce back from Q1 losses after slow start
CEO Henrik Andersen is confident the company will catch up on new orders, with the OEM maintaining its financial guidance for 2021
  Vestas vows to bounce back from Q1 losses after slow start
 
Siemens Gamesa in line for full 1GW-plus Hai Long off Taiwan
Northland Power and Yushan Energy name Siemens Gamesa as preferred supplier for its 1,044MW Hai Long offshore wind cluster
  Siemens Gamesa in line for full 1GW-plus Hai Long off Taiwan
 
Enel pairs US wind farms with battery storage
The developer is adding a large battery storage component to an existing wind farm, and is building new hybrid projects in Texas
  Enel pairs US wind farms with battery storage
 

Partner Content

Driving real competitive advantage through the use of digital technology in O&M
Does the key to cutting O&M costs lie in improving the efficiency of technicians and the use of digital technologies? Read this Windpower Monthly & LexX Technologies Report to find out...
  Driving real competitive advantage through the use of digital technology in O&M
 
Ingeteam introduces new-generation power converters
Ingeteam’s market-leading converters are supported by a robust Firmware development methodology designed to simplify wind turbine converter validation and certification
  Ingeteam introduces new-generation power converters
 
Webinar: Why accurate energy assessments are so important to the wind industry
Currently, the biggest barriers to accurate energy assessments are the lack of transparency and standardisation in calculating expected performance. So what’s the answer? Tune into this webinar to find out!
  Webinar: Why accurate energy assessments are so important to the wind industry
 
Long reads
Enercon uses self-climbing crane to install EP5 turbines
Proof-of-concept shows that second-generation self-climbing LCC140 crane can install complete 4-5MW-plus EP5 turbines
  Enercon uses self-climbing crane to install EP5 turbines
 
How Siemens Gamesa’s offshore turbines hit 97% availability
SGRE’s technology chief on enhancing reliability, reducing downtime and the possibility of working with other OEMs
  How Siemens Gamesa’s offshore turbines hit 97% availability
 
‘We can go further in the North Sea’ - GE renewables CEO
GE's Jerôme Pécresse talks exclusively to Windpower Monthly about the manufacturer’s plans for a new blade factory in the UK
  ‘We can go further in the North Sea’ - GE renewables CEO
 
Wind and storage hybrids — a marriage made in heaven?
Adding storage to renewables is on the rise, as the US leads the way in solar-battery hybrids and wind-battery projects take off in the UK
  Wind and storage hybrids — a marriage made in heaven?
 


TENDER WATCH
The shift to auctions is having a profound effect on the industry across the entire supply chain and servicing. This interactive table monitors where auctions are taking place, the prices seen in those markets and who the winners are. 


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