Executive Director of the International Energy Agency, Maria van der Hoeven, talked to Sarah Azau at EWEA 2014 Annual Event in Barcelona about power markets, subsidies and the Crimea. Will the Crimean situation make a difference...
You could call Father Iustin a pioneer. He installed a wind turbine long before the hundreds that you can now see from this hill appeared. He was the first monk in the Constanța region to power his monastery with renewable...
How close do wind resource assessors get to reality? 210 specialists found out at our Dublin technology workshop
Making operations and maintenance as efficient and cost effective as possible is vital if the wind industry is to reach its potential. Moreover, the need to ensure that turbines are robust and easy to maintain becomes...
As the finishing touches are put to the venue and stands for EWEA 2013 in Vienna, participants are in an optimistic mood, for the event and the wind energy sector as a whole.
In advance of EWEA 2013 in Vienna next month, a webcast featuring leading figures in the wind industry addressed the state of play in wind energy.
Over 400 exhibiting companies will have their moment in the spotlight at EWEA 2013, when thousands of wind industry professionals, television crews and reporters make their way through the halls of the Messe Wien in Austria.
Wind Directions: Interview with Cypriot Energy Minister on his government's and the EU's approach to wind power
Wind Directions Interview: Øystein Løseth, CEO of Vattenfall, on innovation and his company’s plans to invest through the crisis
“It’s tremendous to think what we have achieved both in onshore and offshore wind”. Sarah Azau speaks to Øystein Løseth, CEO of Vattenfall, on innovation and his company’s plans to invest through the crisis.
In 2012, Wind Directions will take a look at a selection of wind energy markets across Europe and beyond.
Europe is in crisis. The economy has entered the slow lane. Jobs are vanishing. And Europeans are paying €700 per person per year to countries such as Russia and Algeria. Why? Because the EU depends on them both for gas, and on...
"We are strongly committed to increasing our amount of renewables"