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Chinese firm tops global onshore wind turbine top ten

For the first time a Chinese company has topped an annual ranking of onshore wind turbine manufacturers.

Vestas aims to beat boom bust cycle as positive results announced

Denmark's Vestas has announced hugely positive results after posting record sales, profits and orders.

Siemens in talks on potential acquisition of Gamesa

Siemens and Gamesa are in discussions with a view to a potential acquisition of the Spanish wind turbine manufacturer.

Denmark eyes Iran wind investment

Denmark is reportedly eyeing the potential for investment in Iran's wind power sector once sanctions against the nation are lifted.

Korean construction giant orders Vestas wind power

Hanwha E&C, one of the largest development and construction firms in Korea, has ordered 22 V112-3.45 MW wind turbines from Vestas.

Dong awards contract for 330 MW UK wind power plant

Dong Energy has awarded MHI Vestas Offshore Wind A/S an order to develop a 330-MW wind facility in the Irish Sea off the northwest coast of England.

Vestas chief says wind power now ‘the economical and wise decision’

The wind industry is bullish about the future of the technology, as could be gauged at this week's European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) conference in Paris, but leaders warned against complacency ahead of COP21 at the end of this month.

660 MW wind farm planned for Irish Sea

Dong Energy has announced plans to build what would be the world's biggest offshore wind farm in the Irish Sea, capable of powering almost half a million homes.

What’s next for energy reform in three notable markets?

Throughout 2015, the momentum for energy reform and unbundling has gathered pace, as more of the world's governments realize the necessity of opening their energy markets to competition, in order to attract foreign and private investment, either to increase efficiency or to avoid the need to provide future capital.

Wind power sector looks to Iran

The wind industry is reportedly eyeing power project development in Iran as the anticipated end of sanctions in early 2016 opens new potential opportunities.