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Important Media
11/24/2017

Renewable energy generation in India set several records during the quarter ending September 2017. The high generation was largely driven by record wind energy generation which benefited from the huge capacity addition witnessed in Q1 2017.
Important Media
11/24/2017

Co-developers Statoil, Masdar, and Statkraft this week officially opened the 402 MW Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm off the coast of Norfolk in eastern England, after construction costs fell by 15% since the original investment decision.
Important Media
11/24/2017

Onshore wind energy costs have fallen again in Germany's latest onshore wind auction, with 1 GW worth of capacity awarded at an average support price of €38/MWh, and with a lowest bid of €22/MWh
Important Media
11/24/2017

Global Wind Turbine Orders Reach 11.6 Gigawatts In 1H’17, Vestas Still Leads
A total of 11,570.9 megawatts worth of wind turbine orders were announced through the first half of 2017, a nearly 2 gigawatt decline on the same time a year ago and over 3 gigawatts on the second half of 2016, and was led once again by Vestas.

EUROPE: A total offshore wind capacity of at least 230GW is needed in northern Europe by 2045 to meet the requirements of the Paris Agreement, according to newly published research.

PORTUGAL: Tower-builder ASM Industries is to sign a concession agreement to build a factory for "components of offshore wind energy" in the port of Aveiro.

CHILE: Chile has completed work to connect its two largest power grids, a move which should unlock huge potential for renewables in the north of the country.

A new telescopic truck-mounted conveyor belt system from Loop Belt Industries easily meets the challenges of delivering concrete to tower foundation worksites. This case study provides proof.

As offshore wind-farm development begins in the United States, the lessons learned in Europe offer shortcuts to success. Mott MacDonald shares its expertise.

AUSTRALIA: Universities, city councils and companies around Melbourne are in the process of finalising the country's first collective power purchase agreements (PPAs) from an 80MW wind farm.




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Ørsted issues green bonds


Indian State Earns Nearly $1 Million Selling Excess Wind Power In 14 Days

Indian State Earns Nearly $1 Million Selling


New online catalogue from SKF makes bearings selection easier

New online catalogue from SKF makes bearings


Navigant Research Finds Global Wind Turbine Order Capacity Decreased by Nearly 2 Gigawatts During First Half of 2017

Navigant Research Finds Global Wind Turbine Order


Australia welcomes scrapping of plans for wind farm on major First World War battlefield in France

Australia welcomes scrapping of plans for wind






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