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Wind: Getting O&M under control

Part 6. Gail Rajgor looks at the importance of adopting a proactive O&M strategy in boosting the bottom line.

Turkey invests in wind energy

Turkey is investing in its wind energy industry to decrease dependency on imported energy and the government is encouraging domestic wind turbine blade man

America's wind industry is simultaneously on course for a record-breaking year of installations and on the brink of catastrophe – and a lot has to do with

At the JEC Europe 2012 trade show in Paris in March, Momentive Specialty Chemicals introduced a new epoxy system for the mass production of carbon fibre au

At JEC Europe 2012, AGY launched a ‘re-energised’ organisation and announced a deal under which CTG/Taishan Fiberglass of China will manufacture AGY’s new

Owens Corning recently had a chance to experience what it has been preaching for many years – money can be saved buying chemical storage tanks made with gl

America's wind industry is simultaneously on course for a record-breaking year of installations and on the brink of catastrophe – and a lot has to do with

The new-generation of wind turbines that will operate offshore require very large rotors. George Marsh looks at a different approach to blade design from B

The new-generation of wind turbines that will operate offshore require very large rotors. George Marsh takes a look at the Vestas approach.

With a new generation of sophisticated wind turbines targeting inhospitable offshore regimes comes the need for better day to day testing of components. Ja

The world wind turbine market is set for continued growth, with the Global Wind Energy Council forecasting up to 1 TW installed by 2020 in its most optimis

The wind energy industry is one of the fastest-growing consumers of fibre reinforced plastics in the world. Production challenges are compounded as the sca

Reinforced Plastics asked Onur Tokgoz, Wind Energy Global Business Leader at 3B-the fibreglass company, about the company’s activities in the wind energy m

Wind devices date all the way back to vertical axis wind mills from the Persian-Afghanistan borders around 200 BC, to today’s efforts to develop 10 MW wind

A review of the Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture conference organised by AMI in Germany last month.

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