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G.E. sees soaring orders for the U.S. wind market

The extension of tax credits for wind energy passed by the American government at the start of this year is expected to breathe fresh life into the country’s wind energy sector (see related story). In the case of one of the top turbine manufacturers in the world (see related story), this fresh breath of life is already manifesting itself in a marked increase in orders for United States-based projects. G.E...

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Kazakhstan to get its first wind power plant

Kazakhstan will be getting its first ever wind power plant. To be located in the town of Yereimentau in the Akmola region, the 45-megawatt wind facility will have the capacity to generate 172.2 kilowatt-hours of clean power annually. Under the terms of an agreement signed by the Eurasian Development Bank and First Wind Power Station LLP (Samruk Energy group of companies), around $94 million will be provided for...

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Vestas, G.E neck-in-neck as world leaders in wind turbine market in 2012

America’s General Electric and Denmark’s Vestas tied for the position of top turbine manufacturer for the wind market last year, according to a Bloomberg New Energy Finance report. The wind sector saw 48.4 gigawatts of new capacity installed in 2012, with G.E. and Vestas both accounting for 11.8 percent of the years commissioned energy capacity in 2012. The report showed that development...

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Global wind energy capacity increased to 282.5 GW in 2012

The global installed capacity of wind power has now reached 282.5 gigawatts, found the latest annual market report of Global Wind Energy Council. This year’s installed capacity of wind is a cumulative increase of almost 19 percent compared to 2011. New global installations of wind power reached 44.8 gigawatts in 2012, a 10 percent increase from the new installations recorded in 2011. Record installations in the...

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American wind enough to power 15.2 million homes in 2012

As of the end of 2012, America had enough wind power capacity to power 15.2 million homes, found the latest annual market report of the American Wind Energy Association. Wind energy grew 28 percent in the United States last year, said the association, setting a new installation record. At the end of the year, 45,100 wind turbines were installed in the entire country. The wind sector also topped all energy...

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Small wind power market to reach $3.3 billion by 2018

The market for small wind turbines will reach $3.3 billion in revenues by 2018, finds a report from Navigant Research. The small wind turbine industry is maturing and annual global installations of S.W.T.’s will roughly double in the next five years from 86 megawatts in 2012 to 172 megawatts in 2018. The markets future growth is said to be signaled by the expanded role of S.W.T. certification, the existence...

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EcoSeed top 5 wind stories for 2012

2012 has been an exciting year for the low-carbon economy where several turning points that both advanced and slowed down the sector happened, shaping the future of renewable energy. Particularly, wind power, which is one of the most well-developed and dominant renewable sources across the world, has gone through a lot last year. Looking back, here are the top five wind power stories for 2012:...

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G.E. installs newest prototype wind turbine in Netherlands

A prototype of G.E.’s next-generation high-output wind turbine is now operational at a test site in Wieringermeer, Netherlands. The 2.5-120, announced in January, is designed to unlock higher returns for wind farm operators at low-wind speed areas. The model represents a 25 percent increase in efficiency and a 15 percent increase in power output compared to G.E.’s current models. The new prototype uses Industrial Internet...

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Governments hinder wind energy growth – E.W.E.A.

The European Wind Energy Association has issued a statement warning the governments in the region of the “uncertainty crisis” that is hindering the development of wind energy across Europe. According to the E.W.E.A., investing in wind energy makes “absolute” economic sense for the European Union as it significantly helps in achieving the 20 percent renewable energy target of the region by 2020. However, governments themselves are...

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Vestas announces layoffs in Colorado blade manufacturing facilities

Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas will be laying off almost 10 percent of its employees in its blade factories in Colorado. In a statement, the company expressed regrets at having to lay off highly skilled employees but the move was necessary “in order to adjust manufacturing capacity to the expected market demand for wind turbines in 2013.” Vestas has two blade factories in Colorado located in Windsor and Brighton...

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