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UK wind power breaks 6 GW barrier

The UK’s installed wind power capacity has passed 6 GW for the first time.

POWER from the Irish Sea

Offshore wind farms are not new in Europe, which has nearly three-quarters of the world's installed wind power capacity.

China set to spend $1.8trn to reach 1,000 GW wind capacity

China is predicted to spend $1.8 trillion in the next 40 years to secure 1,000 GW of installed wind power capacity.

Gansu set to become China’s first 10 GW wind power province

The Gansu Provincial government has announced that Gansu is scheduled to become China’s first province to have over 10 GW of installed wind power capacity.

Honduras to tap into its wind power potential

The Honduras Electric Energy National Company (ENEE) claims that the country has the potential to reach 1200 MW of installed wind power capacity in the long term.

German wind power production continues to rise

Newly installed wind power capacity in Germany will help boost production in the country which is already the world leader in the sector, the Federal Wind Energy Association (BWE) said in a recent release.

Worldwide wind capacity surpasses 5,000 MW

Worldwide installed wind power capacity surged to more than 5,000 MW during the first quarter of 1996, and this strong growth in international wind energy markets is expected to continue, according to official projections from the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), which referred to wind power as "the world`s fastest growing electric power technology."

Canadian firm acquires wind project in France

Boralex Europe S.A. is to acquire a 32MW wind project in France.

Siemens in 270MW Australian wind farm deal

Siemens has received an order with a combined capacity of 270 MW for a wind farm in Australia.

E.ON and GE announce 300 MW US wind deal

GE will supply 300 MW of wind turbine technology for two wind farms in Illinois being developed by E.ON Climate & Renewables.