June 28th, 2019 | by Joshua S Hill
The Global Wind Energy Council published its inaugural Global Offshore Wind Report this week, which shows that not only has offshore wind grown at an average of 21% each year since 2013, but that the sector could install an additional 200 gigawatts (GW) of capacity by
July 21st, 2017 | by Joshua S Hill
More than 72 GW of new wind capacity is expected to be added over the next ten years in the Asia Pacific (excluding China), pushing cumulative capacity up to 111 GW and making it one of the largest wind sub-regions in the world.
May 8th, 2013 | by Silvio Marcacci
Offshore wind power may yet not match the overall strength of onshore wind, but the industry is on course grow rapidly to become an €130 billion annual global market by 2020.
A new report from industry consultants Roland Berger, “Offshore Wind Toward 2020,” concludes a combination of industry trends will soon make offshore wind cost competitive with other generation sources in many markets
July 12th, 2012 | by Chelsea
Korea is speeding up its wind power projects, aiming to complete construction of turbine test beds in the South [&hellip
June 14th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan
Some top wind energy news from around: Research How Wind Cuts Electricity Bills “Wind as an electricity supply resource [&hellip
February 3rd, 2012 | by Andrew
2012's set to be another pivotal year for the global wind power industry. Momentum's building behind offshore wind power, however, which has the potential to lift the industry to new heights. Scotland and South Korea's Samsung Heavy Industries just announced a major offshore wind R&D and manufacturing investment partnership, and news announced yesterday by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar paves the way for the first auctions of US offshore wind leases.
November 12th, 2011 | by Andrew
South Korea announced it will build the world's largest offshore wind farm, a multi-billion dollar, 2.5 GW wind farm that will go up in three phases off the country's southwest coast. A consortium of eight South Korean companies led by Korea Electric Power will carry out the project as the country's industrial companies increasingly look at wind and renewable power as economic growth engines.