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Windpower Daily
25th July 2021
 

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Wpd enters Vietnamese wind market with 103.5MW project
German company targets further onshore and offshore wind development with project partners in Asia Pacific region
  Wpd enters Vietnamese wind market with 103.5MW project
 
TPI to take over Nordex’s wind blade factory in Mexico
US manufacturer to take over operations of plant for three years with an option to extend the arrangement
  TPI to take over Nordex’s wind blade factory in Mexico
 
Ocean Winds plans Canary Islands floating offshore wind
Joint venture behind WindFloat Atlantic teams up with local renewables specialist for floating offshore wind project in Spanish waters
  Ocean Winds plans Canary Islands floating offshore wind
 
                     
In case you missed it
Vestas poised to build offshore wind factory in Japan
Danish manufacturer plans assembly and manufacturing facility after Japan selects it in supply chain subsidy programme
  Vestas poised to build offshore wind factory in Japan
 
SGRE lowers guidance due to supply chain pressures
Increases in raw material prices and costs of delivering 5.X onshore wind platform force manufacturer to lower financial guidance
  SGRE lowers guidance due to supply chain pressures
 
Mainstream plans new 1GW renewables cluster in Chile
Six wind and solar assets, potentially incorporating battery energy storage, will avoid 1.1 million tonnes of CO2, developer says
  Mainstream plans new 1GW renewables cluster in Chile
 
Shell bids for Scottish floating offshore wind – updated
SSE Renewables, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and Marubeni Corporation; RWE and Equinor have also entered
  Shell bids for Scottish floating offshore wind – updated
 
European Commission targets 40% renewable energy by 2030
‘Fit for 55’ package unveiled to help the bloc reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% from 1990 levels by 2030
  European Commission targets 40% renewable energy by 2030
 
                     

Partner Content

Artificial eyes in the skies
Read this Windpower Monthly expert report, produced in partnership with Bioseco, to find out how next-generation technology can simultaneously protect birds and wind farm operators from collision risks.
  Artificial eyes in the skies
 
Siemens Gamesa scales new heights in predictive maintenance for blades
Siemens Gamesa’s Morten Vindbjerg discusses how advances in imaging technology, artificial intelligence (AI) and big data are being harnessed to optimise the maintenance of blades
  Siemens Gamesa scales new heights in predictive maintenance for blades
 
Long reads
Siemens Gamesa adds electrolysers to wind turbines
SGRE and Siemens Energy are testing how to produce hydrogen directly from wind turbines, with plans for large-scale offshore trials
  Siemens Gamesa adds electrolysers to wind turbines
 
Interview: 15 Minutes with WindEurope CEO Giles Dickson
Dickson on how wind can help the EU deliver its climate targets, what is standing in the way and making turbines 100% recyclable
  Interview: 15 Minutes with WindEurope CEO Giles Dickson
 
Are vertical-axis wind turbines really the future?
New research suggests VAWTs could surpass current offshore giants. Eize de Vries talks to an aerodynamics expert who disagrees
  Are vertical-axis wind turbines really the future?
 
Brazilian OEM installs 4.2MW prototype wind turbine
WEG Energy exclusively tells Windpower Monthly about the company’s new 4.2MW onshore wind turbine and plans for 6MW-plus
  Brazilian OEM installs 4.2MW prototype wind turbine
 


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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