The first Spanish offshore wind turbine is a prototype aimed at the North Sea however Spain could develop the technology itself with more government support, Gamesa executive president argues
The facility at Burton Wold, near Kettering, is expected to be fully operational by late August 2014
Spanish university study finds that every megawatt hour (MWh) of wind energy introduced into the network allows us to avoid all the CO2 of each displaced thermal MWh at a low penetration
New Grassridge wind farm will supply electricity equivalent to the consumption of 40,000 households when complete
The project being developed off the coast of Fukushima, Japan, will be the world’s largest floating wind farm once it’s complete
Initial scale modelling tests are focusing on the impact of steep and breaking waves on wind turbine pile structure
The National Renewable Energy Centre (CENER) presented its latests validation and durability tests at the fourth International Conference on Drivetrain Concepts for Wind Turbines in Bremen, Germany.