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Lars Holm highlights the key imperatives behind the wind industry's blizzard of mergers and acquisition
Senvion's swoop for Euros doesn't spell the end of the third-party blade specialist, says Andrew Bellamy
As France mulls its next offshore wind tender, FEE's Mathieu Monnier says a Dutch-style model could be key as the nascent industry wades out
If opponents of climate action thought Donald Trump's win would crack international resolve, COP22 proved them wrong, writes Jeremy Leggett
The rock bottom price at the latest Danish offshore round can be explained by economies of scale, the use of larger turbines and specifics of the country's negotiated approach to tenders, says Stine Leth Rasmussen of the Danish Energy Association.
In an exclusive interview, Dong offshore wind CEO Samuel Leupold talks to Darius Snieckus about the company's pacesetting build-out, IPOs and how low costs can go
GE Renewable Energy chief executive Jérôme Pécresse talks to Recharge about the $1.65bn deal for turbine blade-maker LM Wind Power
FIVE MINUTES with Luz Aurora Ortiz Salgado, general director at the sub-secretariat of electricity, Energy Ministry of Mexico
Europe must get its act together or see its hard-won status as a global leader in renewables disappear for good – and watch its valuable wind industry suffer accordingly.
The US election result is a blow, but history shows the collective will of other nations will take climate action forward, says Jeremy Leggett in the first of three columns on COP22 in Marrakech
The Windaba wind conference failed to clarify the big issues facing South Africa's clean energy sector but confidence is still strong enough, says MAKE's Joffrey Dupuy
The announcement of timings on the next CfD auction was vital for an industry that thrives on certainty, says Alun Roberts
Trump's impact on the US market may not be immediate, but the Clean Power Plan faces peril, writes Dan Shreve