US Wind Boom Faces New Threat From Proposed Tower Tariffs

A push for new import tariffs on wind turbine towers could put some projects underwater as the PTC phases [...]

European Court of Justice Rules Feed-in Tariffs Do Not Constitute State Aid

“According to the Court of Justice, the General Court was wrong to find that the funds generated by the [...]

Anti Clean Energy NC Legislators Propose Massive Wind Energy Ban

If passed, the legislation would impose an unnecessary, complete ban on all new wind projects in more than a [...]

Election 2018: Clean Energy’s Future Could Rise or Fall with These Governor’s Races

Governors have the power to set the agenda on renewable energy or throw up roadblocks to its progress. It’s [...]

Germany Drives Onshore Wind Growth in Northwest Europe

But changes are coming to region’s largest wind market, according to a new Wood Mackenzie report. A record year [...]

New York State to Lead New Offshore Wind Energy Research Effort

The new group will be known as the National Offshore Wind Research and Development Consortium. Officials say the group [...]

Maine House Stalls LePage’s Effort to Block Wind Energy Development

Gov. Paul LePage’s push to curtail expedited permitting for wind energy projects suffered a serious blow Thursday by Democrats [...]

A Revealing Look at Wind’s Big Markets and Emerging Challenges

On the global stage, China is the leading market for wind energy. With wind capacity of 168.7 GW at the [...]

Wind in Europe — How Does It Blow?

Europe maintains a healthy market but is looking forward to fresh energy and climate ambitions to add certainty over [...]

Global Wind Energy Insight: Offshore Breakthrough

‘A remarkable achievement,’ is the only thing I can say about where the European offshore wind industry finds itself [...]