Windpower monthly magazine


  1. DENMARK: The Danish Technical University (DTU) and developer Vattenfall have announced a joint project to investigate the shadow effect offshore wind projects have on other nearby sites.
  2. UNITED STATES: Engie's North American subsidiary has acquired wind and solar developer Infinity Renewables and its 8GW-plus pipeline for an undisclosed sum.
  3. EUROPE: The European Parliament's (EP) energy committee has approved a raft of new measures to modernise the bloc's energy markets.
  4. UNITED STATES: Rocky Mountain Power has selected plans for four new wind farms to expand its fleet in Wyoming, northwest US.
  5. DENMARK: Renewable energy developer European Energy has recorded pre-tax profit of €25.8 million for 2017, an increase of 44% on the previous year.
  6. SPAIN: Iberdrola recorded a 3.7% rise in net profit for 2017, which it said was mostly driven by its renewables and networks businesses.
  7. BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has won a 36MW turbine order from local developer FL Wind.
  8. EUROPE: More strategic investment in electricity grids needs to take place if renewables are to meet 35% of Europe's energy needs, WindEurope has argued.
  9. EUROPE: Increasing renewables' share in the European energy mix to 34% could trigger extra investment and job growth, according to a new report.
  10. GERMANY: Enel Green Power has partnered with developer Enertrag and Swiss storage specialist Leclanché to install a 22MW battery in Germany.

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