Boost for Russian wind from onshore and offshore projects

Ambitious plans could be complicated by Arctic conditions and stringent local content requirements

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Switch-on for biggest First Nations wind farm in Canada

Power from 150MW Innergex project in Quebec will supply 50,000 Mesgi'g Ugju's'n reserve homes

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IN DEPTH

Argentine win leaves EREN wanting more in LatAm renewables

French group EREN tells Alexandre Spatuzza its successful debut in Argentina's renewables tender is just the start in Latin America

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Brazil's BNDES has high hopes for new renewable energy fund

The bank looks to provide solar and wind developers with alternatives to finance projects

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Argentina selects rural off-grid solar winners

Nation to use local and European firms to implement pioneering programme

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UK hails offshore wind industrial bounty as Siemens plant opens

First 75-metre blade on show at factory that will serve mega-developments off English coast

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The Big Deal

Casa dos Ventos comes of age in Brazilian wind

With over 1GW of projects under its belt Casa dos Ventos is in the big league of Brazilian renewables and is adapting to its new status, writes Alexandre Spatuzza

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CIRCUIT

Canada joins tidal big-league with OpenHydro turbine switch-on

Grid-linked big brother of machine beaten by Fundy tides in 2010 operating ‘without stress’

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DISPATCHES

Ocean energy braving the waves – and riding the tides

A banner month for the sector was topped by first power from key arrays but the commercial seas remain choppy, writes Darius Snieckus

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Dutch want more after offshore tenders deliver the goods

Success of first tenders bodes well for offshore wind in the Netherlands unless politics gets in the way, says Bernd Radowitz

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Newsmaker

Greg Clark: An ally of sorts for British renewables?

He's no green messiah but the UK's energy secretary has more sympathy for renewables than many in his party, writes Christopher Hopson

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