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Europe has space for enough wind turbines to power the entire world

Europe has enough space to create millions of wind turbines that could power the entire world until 2050, according to a new scientific analysis.  An international team of researchers say there is 4.9 million square kilometres of land – 46 per cent of Europe’s total land – that would be suitable for wind turbines, according to the paper published in Energy … Continue reading Europe has space for enough wind turbines to power the entire world

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Suzlon announces Q1 FY20 results

Suzlon Group, India’s largest renewable energy solutions provider, announced its first quarter results for financial year 2019-20 (Q1 FY20). J. P. Chalasani, Group CEO, said, “We continue to witness sectoral slowdown, owing to the prolonged industry transition to the bidding regime and policy uncertainty in few states. On the positive side, tariffs are stabilizing and … Continue reading Suzlon announces Q1 FY20 results

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Nordex launches 163 metre rotor for the Delta4000 5.X wind turbines

Nordex is further extending its product portfolio in the wind energy market segment of wind turbines with a nominal capacity of more than 5 MW. “At the heart of our product development strategy, is the continued expansion of the capabilities of our proven Delta4000 platform. We have now reached a further milestone with the introduction … Continue reading Nordex launches 163 metre rotor for the Delta4000 5.X wind turbines

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China is the world’s largest wind power market

China is the world’s largest wind power market in both new and cumulative installations. In 2018, the country installed 20.2 GW of onshore wind energy and 1.6 GW of offshore wind farm, representing 44% and 37% of global market share respectively.     The continued growth of this wind turbines market is mainly due to ambitious … Continue reading China is the world’s largest wind power market

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Wind powers opportunities for job creation

Welcome to Day 3 of #AmericanWindWeek! Today we’re celebrating wind-powered career opportunities– wind is helping workers in all 50 states pursue the American Dream! A record 114,000 Americans now work in wind. In the last five years, the country has added over 64,000 wind jobs, and right now wind turbine technician is the second fastest growing … Continue reading Wind powers opportunities for job creation

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Three solar modules of world’s first commercial beam-down tower Concentrated Solar Power project to be connected to grid

Yumen Xinneng 50 MW molten salt tower CConcentrated Solar Power plant is China’s only pilot project taking innovative beam down CSP tower technology and also will be the first large-scale commercial CSP project in the world of this kind. It is expected that No.1-3 Modules will be completed and connected to the grid at the … Continue reading Three solar modules of world’s first commercial beam-down tower Concentrated Solar Power project to be connected to grid

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Trump sued for dismantling Obama’s green policy

The Trump administration attacked the Renewable Energy Plan (wind power, concentrating solar thermal power, PV) driven by the Obama administration. The Trump administration attacked the Clean Energy Plan promoted by the Obama administration.A coalition of 29 states and cities filed a lawsuit against the Administration of US President Donald Trump on Tuesday to block the … Continue reading Trump sued for dismantling Obama’s green policy

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Wind powers opportunity in our everyday lives

Welcome to Day 2 of #AmericanWindWeek! Today we’re focusing on the ways wind powers opportunity in our everyday lives—the products and services we use and the stores we visit are increasingly powered by wind energy. A lot of times, we don’t even think about all the ways electricity touches our lives. When we flip the … Continue reading Wind powers opportunity in our everyday lives

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The Nabrawind Technologies wind energy achieves € 1.7 million in European financing

Nabrawind Technologies, a Sodena-owned company that designs and develops advanced wind energy technologies for wind turbines, has benefited from the EU Horizon 2020 SME Instrument program, which will grant financing to the Navarrese company worth 1.7 million Euros. The wind power project presented by Nabrawind was successfully defended on 9 July in Brussels before an … Continue reading The Nabrawind Technologies wind energy achieves € 1.7 million in European financing

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Atlantica Yield buys Abengoa’s subsidiary in Mojave and Solana concencentrated solar power plants

Atlantica Yield has signed the purchase of 100 percent of ASI Operations to Abengoa, the company that provides the operation and maintenance services of the Solana and Mojave concentrated solar power plants in the United States. The amount of this transaction, sealed on July 30, is 6 million dollars (5.3 million euros) and the company … Continue reading Atlantica Yield buys Abengoa’s subsidiary in Mojave and Solana concencentrated solar power plants

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Siemens Gamesa strengthens its leadership in India wind energy

The company will install 206 SG 2.2-122 wind turbines for its first wind power projects with Alfanar in the country. The order includes two wind farm projects which will be developed in Bhuj in the state of Gujarat. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has secured its first order in India with Alfanar for the supply of … Continue reading Siemens Gamesa strengthens its leadership in India wind energy

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Wind energy powers opportunity in rural America

Our main event for today is at the Iowa State Fair, where candidates for the 2020 Democratic nomination for President will be signing a real wind turbine blade. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington, who proclaimed this week #AmericanWeekWeek in his home state, was one of the candidates who signed the blade, alongside AWEA CEO … Continue reading Wind energy powers opportunity in rural America

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Wind energy costs and prices driven to new lows in US

Wind power is enjoying a prime period in the United States, with record low technology costs spurring strong investment, as local production of components helps projects avoid the worst impacts of Trump’s trade war with China that has hit the solar market hard. The Wind Technologies Market Report commissioned by the US Department of Energy, … Continue reading Wind energy costs and prices driven to new lows in US

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The Global Wind Energy Council welcomes ENERCON as a board level member

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) is pleased to welcome ENERCON as its latest board level member. ENERCON has been one of the technology leaders in the wind power sector for more than 30 years, supplying over 50.398 GW of wind energy globally as of 2018. Ben Backwell, CEO of GWEC, said: “We are delighted … Continue reading The Global Wind Energy Council welcomes ENERCON as a board level member

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GE Renewable Energy, investors Partners Group and CWP to build first Cypress Platform wind farm in Australia

GE Renewable Energy has been selected to supply 46 of its Cypress platform onshore wind turbines to the 244 MW Bango wind farm. Wind power project is GE Renewable Energy’s first Cypress deal in Australia, and largest for GE to date globally. Wind energy project to generate 120 regional jobs during construction phase. GE Renewable … Continue reading GE Renewable Energy, investors Partners Group and CWP to build first Cypress Platform wind farm in Australia

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Vattenfall combines wind energy, solar and batteries in new hybrid energy park

Vattenfall is building a new hybrid energy park, consisting of solar panels, wind turbines and batteries at Haringvliet in the Netherlands. The total capacity is 60 MW, enough to deliver renewable energy to 40,000 Dutch households when operational I September 2020. The total investment is EUR 35 million. Through this project, Vattenfall combines wind turbines … Continue reading Vattenfall combines wind energy, solar and batteries in new hybrid energy park

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Iberdrola sells a Macquarie 40% of its largest offshore wind farm

Iberdrola has sold to the Macquarie group, a 40% stake in its East Anglia One offshore wind farm in the United Kingdom for 1,630 million pounds (about 1,756 million euros), and thus maintains its 60% majority stake in its Offshore wind energy megaproject in British territory. The wind farm, located in waters of the North … Continue reading Iberdrola sells a Macquarie 40% of its largest offshore wind farm

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Wind power in New Zealand: preparations under way for Waverley Wind Farm

The $300 million construction of a wind farm on coastal land near Waverley could begin as soon as October. “We have been working busily away, satisfying all of our resource consent obligations,” Tilt Renewables general manager renewable development Clayton Delmarter said. The wind farm got resource consent in July 2017, and in May this year … Continue reading Wind power in New Zealand: preparations under way for Waverley Wind Farm

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Wind energy in Oman: first wind farm comes online

The Sultanates maiden utility-scale wind farm the Dhofar Wind Power Project began generating electricity last week, heralding a new era in low-carbon, renewables-based power generation in Oman with wind turbines. The Rural Areas Electricity Company (Tanweer) part of Nama Group announced that the landmark wind power project, located at Harweel in Dhofar Governorate, was brought … Continue reading Wind energy in Oman: first wind farm comes online

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American Wind Energy Association statement on Vineyard Wind delay

Dept. of Interior decision to delay Vineyard offshore wind farm undermines US energy dominance agenda and the potential $70 billion US offshore wind turbines supply chain. The U.S. Department of the Interior today made the formal decision to delay Vineyard Wind, a proposed large-scale offshore wind project, in order to conduct a supplemental study. The … Continue reading American Wind Energy Association statement on Vineyard Wind delay

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