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With a smaller dependence on bank loans than other industries, the wind energy sector believes it will be among the first to emerge from the recession, the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) said at the opening of its annual conference.

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Formerly a region of high-unemployment, the German port of Bremerhaven has experienced a remarkable economic upturn, transforming into a major offshore wind power know-how centre and more.

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Dong Energy and the Siemens Energy Sector have signed an agreement for the supply of up to 500 offshore wind turbines. The wind turbines to be delivered under the supply agreement will have total capacity of up to 1,800 megawatts (MW), and will be deployed on Dong Energy’s coming offshore wind farms in Northern Europe. Permitting procedures and country specific wind regime economics will determine where and when the individual projects will be built.

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A Look at Wind’s Key Players

As a maturing industry, the wind power sector has emerged as dynamic and vibrant. A number of strong players are now coming to the fore by demonstrating the longevity, technology and capacity needed to make a major impact on the global market.

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Knowing when, where and how hard the winds will blow is one of the largest obstacles for the wind generation industry, and that knowledge only grows more important as more utilities expand their wind portfolios.

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Gamesa Corporacion Tecnologica has received several turbine orders from Chinese renewables development company Longyuan Electric Power Group Corporation. The orders represent a total capacity of 295 megawatts (MW) of wind turbines.

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Wind turbine manufacturer, REpower has installed a 2-megawatt (MW) MM92 wind turbine for use by an individual business, a first for the company. Installed at Croda Europe in Hull, which manufactures fatty acid amides from materials such as rapeseed oil that are used as slip additives in the plastics industry. Energy from the machine will be fed directly into the company’s electricity supply.

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