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Energy news, April 2013

The 579MW Antelope Valley Solar Projects – two projects co-located in Kern and Los Angeles counties in California – is being developed by SunPower and MidA

From September 2014 they will jointly hold a wind fair in Hamburg once every two years, and in alternate years will also jointly hold Husum Wind.

The annual yield of the alpha ventus offshore wind farm again exceeded expectations in 2012.

Wind turbine blade manufacturer LM Wind Power has implemented Scott Bader’s Crystic Ecogel S1PA ultra-low-styrene-content gel-coat in its plants worldwide

The Molded Fiber Glass Companies (MFG) has renamed its field service organisation Wind Energy Services Company (WES) as MFG Energy Services.

Research by Bloomberg New Energy Finance shows that General Electric of the US and Vestas of Denmark were tied for pole position among turbine manufacturer

Wind energy grew 28 percent in America last year, setting a new installation record and confirming its status as a mainstream energy source, according to t

Suzlon Group’s UK subsidiary, REpower Systems SE, is only the third manufacturer in the UK to achieve the 1 GW watershed.

Aditya Birla Chemicals Thailand Ltd (Epoxy Division) has developed an epoxy resin infusion system for wind turbine blades.

The prototype of what GE claims is the world’s most efficient high-output wind turbine is now operational at a test site in Wieringermeer in the Netherland

PPG Industries has received certification from Germanischer Lloyd (GL) for its HYBON® 2002 XM and HYBON 2026 XM glass fibre roving products.

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