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Energy news, October 2012

First Flight Wind consortium gets Crown Estate approval for offshore wind farm.

The following stories were the most popular with visitors to the Reinforced Plastics website last week.

The following stories were the most popular with visitors to the Reinforced Plastics website last week.

The Latin American Composite Materials Association (ALMACO) has built a 'composites city' to illustrate the numerous industrial applications of composite m

Over 40 organisations have joined forces to set out a long-term vision for the deployment of offshore wind in the northern seas and the economic opportunit

Siemens Energy has begun field testing of its new 154 m rotor for its 6 MW offshore wind turbine in Østerild, Denmark.

As new production technologies lower carbon fibre cost, the global market for carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) will more than double to $36 billion i

Wind turbine blade manufacturer LM Wind Power has confirmed plans to construct a blade manufacturing facility in Brazil. It will be established in conjunct

Statoil and Statkraft collaborated on the £1 billion wind farm in a 50:50 joint venture.

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