Wind Industry

Wind Repowering in India Waits for a Favourable Wind

The benefits of solar and wind energy as clean alternatives to oil, coal and gas are well established globally. Though many countries started their solar journey early, India’s solar-energy build-up has been consistently gathering momentum over the last decade, with the last five years seeing a sharp spurt. The wind energy sector, on the other […]

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GE Renewable to Dismantle Decommissioned Wind Turbines in Germany

California-based GE Renewable Energy and German company Neowa GmbH have signed an MoU for a multi-year agreement to dismantle decommissioned Germany-based onshore wind turbines and recycle a variety of components—including blades—during partial and full repowering, contributing to the lifecycle circularity of the wind industry. The companies will also jointly explore the potential to expand Neowa’s unique […]

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Siemens Gamesa to Supply Largest Wind Farm in the Philippines as Wind Momentum Builds in the Country

Siemens Gamesa has secured a landmark order to supply, install and commission 32 onshore turbines for the largest wind farm in the Philippines to date, marking a resurgence for the wind industry in the country. The 160 MW Balaoi & Caunayan wind project will be developed by Asia’s pioneering renewable energy developers UPC Renewables and […]

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Blade Recycling now a top Priority for the Wind Industry

Wind turbine recycling is an important task for the wind industry – and it is making significant progress in the right direction, according to WindEurope. Wind turbines already have a recyclability rate of 85 percent to 90 percent. However, making the turbines 100 percent recyclable is an important task for the wind industry – and […]

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