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Energy news, December 2013

Top 5 news stories of 2013

We round up the most popular news stories of 2013.

SGL Group has announced the sale of SGL Rotec GmbH & Co KG, a manufacturer of composite blades for wind turbines.

For the past few years, investors, owners, and consultants in the US wind industry have been challenged by well-documented cases of wind project under-perf

TPI Composites, Inc. is re-opening its plant in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico to provide blades to the North American wind market.

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Blade Dynamics has concluded the design phase of its ‘Very Long Blade Project’ for the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) and confirmed that the prototypi

The March/April issue of Reinforced Plastics will contain a preview of the JEC Europe 2014 exhibition, which takes place in Paris on 11-13 March.

Researchers have found a catalyst that can quickly generate hydrogen from water using sunlight.

A solar panel design made with a new ceramic material points the way to be cheaper, more efficient, and requiring less manufacturing time.

Researchers of Technische Universität München have, for the first time, watched organic solar cells degrade in real time.

Researchers from the Fraunhofer IWES and the FITT wind energy research team are collaborating on developing a new direct drive 3 MW wind turbine design con

Clean Technology Business Review has declared Siemens’ wind turbine rotor blade the winner of the ‘Innovation in Renewable Energy’ Award.

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