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Study: Not All Bat Species Are Affected By Wind Turbines In The Same Way

With a hope of better understanding the impact of wind energy development on the widespread mortality of bats, the University of Maryland Center for...

Siemens To Install 54 MW Onshore Wind Farm In Western Turkey

Siemens has been awarded an order for the Kinik onshore wind power plant in the Turkish province of Kinik, located 80 kilometers north of...
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Westar Energy Secures Contract For Turbine Inspections Via Drone

International aerospace company Strat Aero PLC says it has been awarded a contract with Kansas-based utility Westar Energy to provide wind turbine inspection services...

Oregon Company Looks To Cut Concrete 75% With Turbine Foundation

An Oregon start-up is developing a new wind turbine foundation system that it says could cut the amount of concrete used by 75%.RUTE Foundation...

How Can Turbine Rotor Blades Produce Electricity Even More Efficiently?

Through its three-year “Smart Blades” research project, the Research Alliance for Wind Energy (FVWE) says it has developed new concepts for making wind turbine...

Senvion Wins 23 MW Supply Contract With RES

German turbine manufacturer Senvion has signed a contract with RES to supply 11 MM82 wind turbines for the Freasdail Wind Farm, located on the...

Blade Manufacturer TPI Composites Names New Execs

TPI Composites Inc., a U.S.-based manufacturer of composite wind blades, has named three new executives: Mark McFeely, chief operating officer (COO); T.J. Castle, senior...

Suzlon Opens Up Blade Science Center In Denmark

Suzlon Group has opened its new blade science center, located in Vejle, Denmark. The center will focus on developing turbine blades and control systems,...

AWEA: 2015 Marks Third-Biggest Year For New U.S. Wind Power

The American Wind Energy Association has revealed the industry's latest statistics, which show the U.S. had a strong year.

Fourteen-State Study: Power Transmission Upgrades Bring More Wind Power

Savings on producing electricity are only just the start of the benefits provided to regions that expand their electrical transmission, according to a 14-state...