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Windpower Round-Up
Windpower Round-Up 22nd November 2019

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This week's top stories

Top three western OEMs to corner 60% of market by 2028
The three leading western turbine OEMs will increase their combined market share from 47% in 2019 to more than 60% in 2028, according to a new forecast.
Why Enercon is struggling and Senvion has gone under
The shockwaves from the collapse of Germany's onshore wind industry has dealt blows to the major OEMs, with many having to take evasive action.
Loss-making continues at bullish Nordex
German manufacturer Nordex remains in the red, with a net loss of €21 million in Q3 2019. But the company was in buoyant mood as sales increased 16% "as expected".
Suzlon joins Enercon and Senvion on OEM crisis list
Suzlon's ability to continue as a going concern is in "significant doubt", according to the Indian wind turbine OEM's auditor in its latest report.
World's stated policies 'not enough', IEA warns
Wind and solar PV are due to provide the majority of additional power generation to 2040 and renewables are set to overtake coal generation in the mid-2020s, but this will not be enough to meet the world's climate change targets, according to a new report.

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The latest project updates

USA: Enel has begun construction of its 299MW Aurora wind farm in North Dakota. Completion is scheduled for the end of 2020.

PORTUGAL: Finerge has acquired the 102MW Toutiço and 21.1MW Lomba do Vale wind farms from Brookfield Renewable Partners.

FRANCE: Nexans has been awarded a €115m contract to supply and install 67km of offshore and 93km of onshore export cables, for the 496MW Saint Brieuc offshore wind farm. It is being developed at a site in the English Channel.




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