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Wind giant Vestas throws weight behind cleantech start-ups

By Joshua S Hill Vestas Ventures to fund early-stage start-ups in energy storage, grid flexibility, green transport and industry, and advanced materials. The post Wind giant Vestas throws weight behind cleantech start-ups appeared first on RenewEconomy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Renew Economy

Deler av vinge falt av vindturbin på Hundhammerfjellet #NOR

By National Wind Watch [Parts of a wind turbine blade have fallen off in Hundhammerfjellet.] Deler av en vinge fra en vindturbin i Hundhammerfjellet vindpark har falt av. Ødeleggelsen ble oppdaget i dag tidlig av fagfolk på stedet. Pål-Anders Dahl i NTE Energi AS opplyser at ingen skal være skadet i forbindelse med uhellet som…

EU Awards SATHScale Project with EUR 2.4 Million

By Adrijana Buljan The European Commission has awarded Saitec Engineering with EUR 2.4 million funding under the Blue Economy […] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Wind » News by topic

All Turbines Stand at Nanpeng Offshore Wind Farm

By Adnan Durakovic All wind turbines have been installed at China General Nuclear Power Corporation’s (CGN) Nanpeng […] [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Wind » News by topic

Giant wind turbines could be erected throughout Co Laois #IRL

By National Wind Watch Fears have been expressed in recent days that giant wind turbines could be erected in many parts of Laois. For the past 11 years, the Ratheniska-Timahoe-Spink (RTS) Substation Action Group has opposed the development of a 400kV sub-power station at Coolnabacca in Ratheniska. The group claims that the Eirgrid/ESB €110 million…

Coronavirus: Economy department officials backed wind turbine grants #NIR

By National Wind Watch Officials at the Department for the Economy believed wind turbines “should be eligible” for coronavirus payments. Fifty-two wind turbine owners in Northern Ireland received emergency coronavirus funding from Stormont. The sector was subsequently ruled ineligible, after more than £500,000 was paid. The Department of Economy said once new information came to…

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