Wind farm

Global wind turbine sales rise

Orders for wind turbines were up in the first half of the year compared to 2022, after a rebound in purchases in North America and strong volumes in China, said a study published on Sept. 1.

Between January and June turbine orders for capacity reached 69.5 gigawatts, a 12 percent rise over in the first six months of 2022, according to research firm Wood Mackenzie.

Joining forces for development of offshore wind farms

Offshore wind farms in Greece are set to advance with expanded business alliances, as the pilot projects off Alexandroupoli in northeastern Greece show.

The Copelouzos and GEK Terna groups are, according to information, joining forces to carry out the required research studies in the maritime zone off Alexandroupoli.

Gone with the wind

The negative opinion of the Environment Ministry's Biodiversity Directorate on the construction of wind parks with a total of 58 wind turbines in southern Skyros has brought relief to the island. The Monastery of Agia Lavra, which owns the land, has been pushing for its exploitation for years.

Warm Weather and Wind Power Generation favor the Gas Situation in Europe

European countries continue to draw blue fuel from underground natural gas (GNG) storages at minimal rates, and wind power generation in the region exceeds 30% of the total, reaching one of the highest levels since 2022, data from Gas Infrastructure Europe shows and the European Wind Energy Association.