The Blog - What’s happening in wind

Posted 16/03/2017
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SunEdison poised to exit bankruptcy

The bust was as spectacular as the boom.

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Posted 14/03/2017
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Better be cautious in Greece

The wind market in Greece has finally showed signs of life, but investors need to be cautions.

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Posted 13/03/2017
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Meet our member: Alex Woodward, ZephIR Lidar

Name: Alex WoodwardJob: Head of Product DevelopmentCompany: ZephIR Lidar How long have you worked in renewables?I started in 2002 with QinteQ, and since then I have worked with Natural Power, Fred...

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Posted 06/03/2017
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Gender imbalance: the unspoken barrier

Tomorrow, we will finally publish our Women’s Power List. I joined A Word About Wind just four months ago, and working on this project has been a great opportunity. 

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Posted 23/02/2017
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Vattenfall's plans to expand in Germany

Germany’s issues with its grid capacity have not made the country less attractive to wind companies. Swedish utility Vattenfall’s strategy is a good example of that.

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Posted 14/02/2017
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What latest data tell us about wind in China?

New investment in renewables fell 18% worldwide, from $349bn in 2015 to $287bn in 2016. And it is mainly China’s fault.

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Posted 06/02/2017
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Saudi Arabia's plans make business sense

Does it matter why countries and companies choose to invest in renewables? We can read about countries that commit to renewables for environmental reasons; and companies that choose green power...

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Posted 31/01/2017
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Europe needs commitment to wind

Last year was a record-breaker in terms of offshore wind investment. This shows that Europe has great potential to remain the global leader in this part of the wind sector. 

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Posted 27/01/2017
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Offshore wind needs long-term plans in Europe

Last year was a record-breaker in terms of offshore wind investment. This shows that Europe has great potential to remain the global leader in this part of the wind sector.

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Posted 16/01/2017
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The UK would miss a trick with Ikea

 

Ikea has pledged to be a net exporter of renewable power by 2020, so there is good reason to feel confident that it is serious about investing in wind energy. 

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