The Blog - What’s happening in wind

Posted

05/05/2017

Author

Ilaria Valtimora

A British success story... but how long can it last?

A British success story that deserves to be told.  This is how trade association RenewableUK has defined the extent of the UK’s exports in the wind, wave and tidal sectors.  

A couple of weeks ago, RenewableUK published a report called ‘Export Nation: A Year in UK Wind, Wave and Tidal Exports’. This study has analysed a sample of 36 UK-based companies operating in the wind and marine energy sec ...

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Posted

10/01/2017

Author

Ilaria Valtimora

What challenges does the wind sector face in 2017? Find out now!



Our Finance 2017 report is finally out!

Drawing on in-house research and in-depth interviews with key industry figures, this report analyses the potential effects of a number of threats and opportunities for the wind sector across Europe and the US in the next 12 months. We give a particular focus to the political and economic challenges facing the sector over the next twelve months.

Whi ...

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Posted

10/01/2017

Author

Richard Heap

Wind industry gets cultural in Hull



Worship the blade! You could argue that, as editor of A Word About Wind, I should take an unhealthy interest in the wind sector – and I do. That is the only explanation for the shrine of wind turbines I keep in the corner of the room. God bless free gifts at industry shows.

But I am not alone. Now people in UK city Hull can make their own pilgrimage to worship at the altar of the mighty bla ...

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Posted

01/11/2016

Author

Ilaria Valtimora

Wind braced for US election result



Just one week to go. Next week, we will find out to whom Barack Obama will pass the US presidency: Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

The decision that the American people take on 8 November will have major consequences for the energy sector. The next president will have to decide whether to honour the Paris climate change agreement, and take a stance on issues including the coal industry, co ...

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