22 April 2019

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Wind farmers look to next wave of turbinesOutside the town of Velm-Götzendorf on the Austria-Slovakia border, a year-long project to reboot a quarter-century-old wind farm came to an end in January. The site’s 10 turbines were razed to the ground and replaced with just four. But the power generation capacity remained essentially the same…

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As Global Energy Demands Grows, So Does Appetite For Offshore WindGlobal energy demand is now increasing at its fastest pace in over a decade, with fossil fuels meeting 70% of that growth in electricity consumption. As fossil fuel emissions continue to exacerbate the effects of climate change, carbon-free solutions like nuclear, solar power, and wind power are becoming a more important part of the world energy demand equation….

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Siemens Gamesa presents 5.8-MW onshore wind turbinesSiemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SA introduced a new onshore wind platform that includes a couple of turbine models with a rated capacity of 5.8 MW…

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6th Asia Offshore Wind Day
Seoul – 9 May 2019
As part of our them focused events, we will be organizing the 6th Asia Offshore Wind Day in Seoul on 9 May 2019. The day will include presentations, panel discussions and a cocktail reception at the end of the day.

Please contact us at info@asiawind.org for further information on our events and reports.

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