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news - 29 Jan 2015
Additional volume is due to the allocation of land and the special political situation in Germany in the previous years. The number of turbines dismantled and replaced has also reached an all-time high. German wind industry is well positioned in the booming global market. Reliable political framework is needed for continued expansion in order to meet government targets.
Berlin, 29th January 2015: The massive support …
gwec-in-press - 29 Jan 2015
The main benefit of going offshore is that wind conditions are known to be steadier and less seasonal and provide power close to load centres compared to onshore
For long, Tamil Nadu has not been able to tap the vast potential of wind energy a long coastline offers.
While onshore wind farms, mostly located in the Shencottah and Palakkad …
gwec-in-press - 27 Jan 2015
General Electric (NYSE: GE) announced it will supply one of the world’s largest power generation companies—China’s Huaneng Corporation—with 55 units of GE 2.75-120 brilliant wind turbines, to be installed at the Huaneng Dali Longquan wind project in the Yunnan province of China. The project will provide 151 megawatts of power, making it GE’s largest wind order in China to …
gwec-in-press - 22 Jan 2015
Tampa Bay Times
President Barack Obama devoted a portion of his State of the Union address to talking up America’s energy trends, including being a leader in our own energy production.
“We believed we could reduce our dependence on foreign oil and protect our planet,” he said. “And today, America is No. 1 in oil and gas. America is No. 1 in wind …
gwec-in-press - 21 Jan 2015
As an innovative floating wind turbine is launched off the Portuguese coast, and the Germans start touting wind farms to tourists, we asked Morten Albaek, Group SVP & CMO of Vestas about the state of the wind energy industry, and a little about himself too.
Vestas is the world’s leading wind power company, and Denmark is known for its progressive …
gwec-in-press - 19 Jan 2015
EI New Energy
This year should bring fresh challenges and opportunities in the shift from fossilfuels to alternatives — many hinging, at least partly, on whether countries can finallyreach a climate accord with some serious teeth at UN talks in Paris later this year.With the upcoming climate conference in the background, a number of other shiftsare bubbling up, from falling solar …
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Mexico WindPower 2015
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Intercontinental Wind Power Congress 2015
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