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Stora Enso, Modvion Collaborate to Create Wood Wind Turbine Towers

Stora Enso and wood technology company Modvion are partnering to establish wood as the material of choice for wind turbine towers. The collaboration’s purpose...

NREL Predicts Wind Turbines Will Reach 130 Meters by 2035

Anticipating key features of wind plants a decade or more ahead of their installation can inform today’s investment, research and energy system planning decisions....

Siemens Energy Makes Offer to Acquire Siemens Gamesa

Siemens Energy AG has made a voluntary cash tender offer to acquire all outstanding shares in Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy S.A. (SGRE), i.e., approximately...

TPI Composites Names Ryan Miller Chief Financial Officer

TPI Composites Inc., an independent manufacturer of composite wind blades, has appointed Ryan Miller CFO. He will lead TPI’s finance, accounting and investor relations...

Offshore Mooring Successfully Installed for DemoSATH Floating Wind Project

The DemoSATH mooring, anchoring and quick connect solution is set for the 2 MW turbine that will be tested later this year and which...

GE Offers New 3 MW Onshore Wind Turbine for North America

GE Renewable Energy has unveiled Sierra, its newest onshore wind turbine platform designed specifically for the North America region. The 3.0-3.4 MW turbine features a...

Vestas Debuts V163-4.5 MW Turbine Focused on Low, Medium Wind Speeds

Vestas has introduced the new V163-4.5 MW wind turbine, expanding the company’s 4 MW platform and offering superior performance in medium- to low-wind conditions. The...

Fred. Olsen 1848 Floating Wind Turbine Concept Earns DNV Certification

DNV, an independent energy assurance provider, has provided Fred. Olsen 1848 with a statement of feasibility (similar to an approval in principle) for their...

GE Renewable Energy Invests in COBOD International

GE Renewable Energy has acquired a minority investment in COBOD International, the company providing the 3D printer used at GE's Bergen, N.Y., research facility. The...

BladeBUG Tests Show It Halves Turbine Blade Inspection Time

In just 35 minutes, the BladeBUG advanced robot can be deployed to inspect areas of concern on a turbine blade – up to half...

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