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Energy news, October 2013

Polish composites manufacturer Markos has completed a new production facility.

The solar system is expected to generate around 3.3 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity per year for one of Owens Corning’s facilities in New York.

CTruk has delivered its 12th 20 tonne multi-purpose composite catamaran, CWind Challenger.

Gamesa has recently developed its first offshore prototype, with installation by GES, a provider of construction and maintenance services for the wind and

Vestas has received an unconditional order for 108 MW for the Crucea North wind power plant, in the province of Dobrogea, Romania.

Finnish wind turbine manufacturer WinWinD filed for bankruptcy on 3 October 2013.

CEOs of 12 national wind energy associations from across Europe recently met in Spain to unite in their call for a binding 2030 renewable energy target...

Wind turbine blade manufacturer LM Wind Power is ramping up capacity at its US sites, adding more than 850 jobs to support increased volumes from customers

Scott & Fyfe has launched a new range of multiaxial reinforcement fabrics.

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