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Nordex Supplying Turbines For Two Irish Wind Projects

Nordex has secured orders for two Irish wind farms totaling 42.5 MW of capacity.The Killaveenoge wind farm, near Drinagh in County Cork, will feature...

AWEA: U.S. Wind Industry Boasts Strongest First Quarter In Four Years

AWEA's latest market report shows U.S. wind power had its most productive first quarter for new installations since 2012.

Gamesa To Supply 136.5 MW In Brazil

Spanish turbine maker Gamesa has received a new order for the supply of 65 of its G114-2.1 MW turbines at the Babilonia wind complex...

GE Notches Milestone For Global Onshore Wind Installations

GE Renewable Energy says it now has more than 50,000 MW of onshore wind turbines installed across the globe; that's more than 30,000 GE...

Senvion Supplying 13 Turbines For Quixwood Moor Wind Farm

Senvion has won an order with Ireland-based renewables investor NTR PLC to supply 10 MM92 and three MM82 turbines for the Quixwood Moor Wind...

Vestas Chooses InspecTools For Drone Inspections In North America

Santa Cruz, Calif.-based InspecTools Inc. has announced a strategic partnership with Vestas in which they will work together to deploy drone-based inspections of wind...

Vestas Receives 200 MW Order For U.S. Wind Project

Vestas has received a firm and unconditional order from an undisclosed U.S. customer for 100 V110-2.0 MW wind turbines totaling 200 MW.The contract includes...

GE Launches Digital Wind Farm Solution, New Turbine Hardware For Indian Market

GE has launched its Digital Wind Farm solution in India. The wind energy ecosystem leverages big data and analytics and pairs a turbine with...

Suzlon Inks 48.3 MW Turbine Order With Indian Oil Corp.

Suzlon Group has won a 48.3 MW turbine order from Indian Oil Corp. Ltd. (IOCL) - a public-sector unit in the oil industry -...

Global Wind Market Update: Competition Is ‘More Intense Than Ever’

FTI Intelligence expects global installations to fall by 15% in 2016 and Western companies to face price competition from both peers and Chinese OEMs.