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Posted 08/01/2019
Author Richard Heap

Why should wind investors care about health and safety?

Richard Heap spoke to Jakob Lau Holst, CEO at the Global Wind Organisation, about why health and safety should matter to investors, and what the global expansion of the wind industry means for...

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Posted 11/12/2018
Author Richard Heap

How do digital twins make wind turbines smarter?

Digital twins can use big data to help wind farm owners and operators to boost the performance of their turbines. Richard Heap spoke to DNV GL's Graeme McCann.

We’ve all heard of ‘big data’. We...

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Posted 06/12/2018
Author Richard Heap

NTR’s Anthony Doherty tells us about European wind investment

NTR group corporate finance director Anthony Doherty joined us as guest speaker at A Word About Wind’s last Quarterly Drinks networking evening of 2018 at The Shard in London on 29th November. He...

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Posted 26/07/2018
Author Frances Salter

Great news for UK offshore wind: but where's the support for onshore?

This week has seen positive news for UK offshore wind, reassuring those who have questioned whether the UK government appreciates wind’s economic potential. So how long will it be before the...

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Posted 15/09/2017
Author admin

UK offshore takes fast train after stunning CfD auction

Monday the 11th of September 2017 is set to go down as one of the key dates in the development of renewables in Great Britain. The results of the auction round announced shortly after 7am led to a...

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Posted 12/09/2017
Author admin

Wind firms commit to $180bn Hurricane Harvey rebuild

 

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Posted 05/05/2017
Author admin

A British success story... but how long can it last?

A British success story that deserves to be told.  This is how trade association RenewableUK has defined the extent of the UK’s exports in the wind, wave and tidal sectors.  

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Posted 23/02/2017
Author admin

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 16/01/2017
Author admin

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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Posted 08/11/2016
Author admin

Who are the 100 most influential people in wind? Find out now!

Today is the day! Yes, the US people finally get to vote in the presidential election.

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