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  • 09 Apr 2018 / gwec-in-press

    GE to build wind farm in Jordan

    Windpower Monthly

    GE will make its debut in the Middle Eastern country by providing 28 turbines for a 100MW project.

    It will supply its 3.6-137 machines for developer Mass Energy Group Holding’s Mass Wind project in the Tafilah region on the western border with Israel.

    GE, along with consortium partner, construction engineers Elecnor, will also build the site under an engineering, procurement and …

  • 09 Apr 2018 / webinars

    Global Wind Market Report webcast – 26 April 2018 (15h CEST)

    26 April 2018 – 15h CEST

    15:00 Brussels | 09:00 Washington D.C. | 21:00 Beijing 

    GWEC’s flagship publication is the industry’s most widely read and is referred to as the wind industry’s most credible source of data. This 60-page Global Wind Report will provide a comprehensive snapshot of the global wind industry now present in more than 90 …

  • 04 Apr 2018 / gwec-in-press

    China Three Gorges inks 1-GW Tianjin offshore wind pact

    Renewables Now

    A unit of China Three Gorges Corp is to invest CNY 18 billion (USD 2.9bn/EUR 2.3bn) in a 1-GW offshore wind project off the Nangang Industrial Zone in Tianjin.

    The Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA) announced on Tuesday the signing of an investment cooperation agreement for the project with China Three Gorges New Energy. According to media reports, the plan …

  • 27 Mar 2018 / gwec-in-press


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  • 27 Mar 2018 / gwec-in-press

    Renewable’s rise: Report reveals countries with most wind power

    Data Centre News

    2017 was a great year for wind energy.

    It’s no surprise given the constant drive for green and renewable energy. The imminent tsunami of data following rampant digital transformation and the rise of IoT is expected to rapidly increase the demand for data centres, and consequently, power.

    ‘The Evolution of Wind Power’ is the result of a cooperation between The …

  • 26 Mar 2018 / gwec-in-press

    Increasing Investments in Renewable Sources of Energy and Favorable Government Policies are the Major Drivers for the Growth of offshore Wind Market

    Coherent News

    Increasing investments in renewable sources of energy and favorable government policies are the major drivers for the growth of offshore wind market. For instance, in the U.S, The National Ocean Industries Association have established the U.S’s first offshore wind farm in 2017. Furthermore, rising demand for electricity and increasing concerns toward the energy of the non-renewable source such as …