Tag: Vestas


Launched in November of 2013, Vestas’ Wind for Prosperity program was the subject of a dynamic panel at the World Future Energy Summit during Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week this week. The Wind for Prosperity program is a commercially based program Read more…


The Clean Energy Patent Growth Index (CEPGI) recently published its Q1 2012 Results. Although fuel cells are still in the top spot with 232 patents, they were down 18 relative to the first quarter of last year. The report shows Read more…


WindMade is a new certification label for companies that obtain at least 25% of their electricity from wind power. Recently, Danish hearing aid manufacturer Widex became the first company in the world to receive the WindMade label. A wind turbine Read more…


The IPP Sea Breeze Power is launching a $300 million shovel-ready wind farm at the northern end of Vancouver Island, BC. The Cape Scott project will feature 55 Vestas turbines that will generate close to 100MW. It took ten years Read more…


Some sectors and businesses have been more resilient than others to the economic crisis. But has the recession actually been a driver of growth for any? Apparently so – and they’re fast gaining investor attention, emerging as the ultimate recession-busting Read more…


Wind energy has been a highly attractive form of renewable energy that is free and easy to harness. Large scale utilization of wind energy will greatly reduce global warming as well as climate change. Many countries around the world are Read more…


Besides being good for the environment for reducing emissions and being a renewable source of power, wind energy also uses less water than other types of power generation, stated the American Wind Energy Association recently. This is an important aspect Read more…


The offshore wind industry is poised to experience rapid growth over the next decade. To meet the demand Vestas has unveiled a new turbine designed specifically for harsh marine environments. Many governments around the world, especially the United Kingdom, are Read more…


Amongst the many oft-repeated arguments against wind power — that it is intermittent, unreliable, expensive, noisy, dangerous to wildlife, or aesthetically unappealing — one argument you will not hear from wind power detractors is that wind uses too much water. Read more…


A new type of off-shore wind power technology is about to be tested in Europe which could expand the exploration of off-shore wind power worldwide. Danish wind power market leader Vestas has entered an agreement with WindPlus for the deployment Read more…


Siemens AG, a Germany based conglomerate with a history spanning over 150 years, has its hands in a wide variety of both renewable energy and green transportation markets. With involvement in the development of renewable energy infrastructures in leading green Read more…


It seems like every week that there is news about how India is pushing forward with various aspects of their renewable energy plan. By all accounts, the nation is sparing no expense when they can and have been seriously investing Read more…


The world’s largest wind farm, which will boost Britain’s capacity to generate wind power by more than 30 percent, has opened off the coast of Kent. The Thanet wind farm, operated by the Swedish company Vattenfall, contains 100 turbines and will ul…


After nearly a decade of delays, the largest wind farm in the U.S. is finally moving forward in one of California’s remaining premium wind resource regions, a spot where the Tehachapi Mountains touch the Mojave Desert in southern California. Developed Read more…

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