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Energy features, July 2012

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Ramesh Kymal, chairman & managing director of Gamesa Wind Turbines Private Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Spain's Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica SA, tal

America's wind industry recently marked a landmark achievement: 50GW of installed capacity. But the jubilation was short lived.

This feature discusses how the reliable characterisation of composite materials ensures safety and increases the efficiency of wind turbines.

While prepregs have speeded up the composite process and improved quality and consistency, acquiring and operating large autoclaves is very costly and thei

A new resin from DSM Composite Resins offers wind turbine blade manufacturers the mechanical performance of epoxy resin with the processing advantages of u

According to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)’s latest statistics, the global wind power industry is set to experience average annual growth rates of

Siemens has produced the first batch of its new 75 m long wind turbine rotor blades, which it claims are the world’s longest. We take a look.

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