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Spanish electric utility company Iberdrola has started operations of its CAVAR wind power complex in Navarra, Spain.
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Energy Live 06/04/2020 09:00
Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said: “This is a milestone for offshore wind energy in Germany.
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EnergyTrend 06/03/2020 16:00
The Taiwanese government plans to establish 5.5GW of offshore wind power by 2025, and hopes to preserve the relevant technology in Taiwan while promoting the industry.
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Electric Energy Online 06/03/2020 10:15
Members include global leaders in wind power and energy development, turbine manufacturing, and component and service suppliers.
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BERLIN (AP) — The German government wants to increase offshore wind power capacity five-fold by 2040 as part of its plan to wean the country off fossil fuels. The Cabinet on Wednesday agreed on a bill that would set a goal of 40 Gigawatts of installed offshore wind power capacity in 20 years, from about […]
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CleanTechnica 06/02/2020 22:54
North Carolina offers one of the beautiful coasts in the country. I've slept in the sand dunes of that coast, waking early to drift with the wind out to sea. With all that to offer, the good news is that, beyond beauty, the North Carolina coast offers an opportunity for clean energy and green careers, invaluable technical and service jobs in the renewable energy sector.
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WindAction 05/31/2020 20:00
In New York and New England, wind energy projects are “like siting landfills.
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Red, Green & Blue 05/31/2020 15:38
North Carolina does turnabout from its anti-wind past: In 2017, the Tar Heel state passed an 18-month ban on wind projects. In 2019, there was an attempt to extend the ban for another three years. Although this was mostly aimed at onshore projects, it also raised issues for wind turbines off the coast. But now North Carolina […]. .
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North American Windpower 05/27/2020 11:03
With his knowledge of wind energy-specific meteorology, wind project experience relevant to rapid and insightful guidance, and undeniable zest for wind energy problem solving, I am confident that he will make important contributions to our clients new and old throughout ...
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The Vietnamese government has approved a feed-in tariff cap of 6.95 US cents per kilowatt-hour for wind power it plans to import from Laos.
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