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  • 20 Jul 2016 / gwec-in-press

    Great Wind Energy Deals Are Swaying Major Players

    Planetsave

    In search of low-cost, fixed-rate electricity, great wind energy deals are swaying Fortune 500 companies and other major players to throw their money “into the wind.”

    Signing contracts for over 2,000 megawatts (MW) of electricity, big brands, high-tech companies, and other non-utility customers represented 52 percent of wind energy generating capacity in 2015.

  • 15 Jul 2016 / gwec-in-press

    Largest U.S. Offshore Wind Farm Planned in New York Waters

    Bloomberg

    The Long Island Power Authority plans to approve a 90 megawatt wind farm off the coast of New York that would become the largest in the U.S. when completed.

    Deepwater Wind LLC was selected to install 15 offshore turbines about 30 miles (48 kilometers) east of Montauk for a project that the utility’s board expects to approve at a meeting on …

  • 06 Jul 2016 / gwec-in-press

    TPI Composites – A Wind Energy Stock

    Nanalyze

    Solar energy seems to dominate the headlines as the “clean energy source” which investors stand to benefit the most from. While solar has taken a hit lately, clean energy promises to be the way forward and arguably may be contributing to the utter demise of the coal industry lately. While solar continues to sound promising, we’ve often wondered about wind …

  • 05 Jul 2016 / gwec-in-press

    Forward says 5-MW turbine approaches Fukushima floating wind site

    SeeNews

    July 5 (SeeNews) – The third piece of the Fukushima Forward floating offshore wind farm demonstrator is travelling to the project site off the Japanese coast, said the consortium developing the scheme.

    The 5-MW Hitachi HTW 5.0-126 wind turbine, mounted on a floating platform, left Sumoto port on July 2 and is expected to arrive at the project site off the …

  • 01 Jul 2016 / fowind-in-press

    Indian offshore wind in sharper focus as FOWIND scrutinises supply chain

    Recharge news

    The early outlines of a future Indian offshore wind sector are in sharper focus thanks to a comprehensive study of how the nation’s ports and supply chain infrastructure could support commercial-scale turbine deployment in its seas.

    The strengths, weaknesses and future potential of India’s infrastructure are tackled in the latest report from FOWIND – a high-level international consortium led by …

  • 01 Jul 2016 / fowind-in-press

    India’s Potential in Offshore Wind Power

    Maritime Professional

    The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) launched a new report: “Supply Chain, Port Infrastructure and Logistics Study” for offshore wind development in the states of Gujarat and Tamil Nadu in India.

    This study is a significant step forward in preparing a roadmap for offshore wind power in India by the GWEC led FOWIND consortium.

    The key supply chain elements of the …