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Composite applications features, July 2010

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Comment: Driven by 2020 targets, wind power market in CEE breezes ahead

With the traditional wind energy markets in Europe approaching saturation, wind turbine manufacturers and project developers are looking for new frontiers.

Wind turbine producers step into ten league boots

Wind turbines are getting bigger, driven by economies of scale and the need to increase ‘power per tower’ at wind farms, especially offshore. George Marsh

With China now the clear global renewables leader and new countries emerging as key contenders in the market, a new world order is apparent in the clean en

The Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) Automotive Composites Conference and Exposition (ACCE) took place in September. Mike and Pam Brady report.

The US Secretary of the Interior has finally approved the Cape Wind offshore plan to build 130 wind turbines on the country’s east coast. But does this win

A350 XWB (extra wide body), the aircraft that Airbus Industrie did not want to build, is now visibly taking shape, propelled by fully committed engineering

Plans for wind farms are often opposed by defence organisations and air traffic control services on the grounds that they interfere with radar, making it d

Storms and lightning strikes are a significant safety risk for wind farm workers. Don Leick examines the guidelines and best practice used by top wind powe

Asian and Australasian countries are brimming with renewable energy resources that have never been fully exploited. Poor infrastructure is one of the main

Reinforced Plastics takes a look at what's happening at this year's show, which is being held in Essen, Germany, on 14-16 September.

Construction is one of the largest markets for composites globally. While growth has slowed in regions hit by a decline in residential housing construction

An excellent wind resource, powerful coastlines and a wealth of woodland give Scotland an undeniable advantage in the renewable energy race. And Scotland’s

The Megacity Vehicle will be BMW’s first electrically powered production car. It also features a new vehicle architecture and extensive use of lightweight

Until recently, the marine industry has shown little interest in the composites engineering software tools developed in other industries. Shipyards are now

The offshore wind turbines that will fulfil the UK’s Round 3 needs require a sophisticated supply chain of service and installation vessels, not to mention

Dr Rob Banerjee, Vice President, Business Development at WebCore Technologies, discusses how a new core material can help manufacturers of large wind turbi

A catamaran built almost entirely from lightweight, high strength carbon fibres is set to circumnavigate the globe using solar power alone. Jürgen Klimke,

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