Offshore wind is set to grow strongly in the UK, which will account for 10% of the global market by 2050, according to renewable energy non-profit Carbon Trust.
Spain saw wind power become its main source of electricity generation last month, underscoring the country's progress in becoming one of Europe's greenest nations.
German wind power manufacturer Nordex expects to double its U.S. revenues by selling at least 100 wind-turbine generators (WTG) this year, a company spokesman has revealed. One hundred 2.5-MW WTGs equals 250 MW of wind-power capacity.
Portugal has switched on the 240 MW Parque Eolico de Alto Mino, which is billed as Continental Europe's largest.
Spanish renewable energy firm Ecoenergies hopes to install as much as 37 MW of biomass capacity in the next three years, a company spokeswoman revealed last week.
Mexico's Mexico's Nuevo Leon state is planning to grow its wind power industry and hopes to launch an international tender in the next year with a view to installing as many as 250 wind turbines, sustainable development director Fernando Gutierrez Moreno...
The U.S. could see as many as 10 GW of offshore wind capacity installed by 2020. But it won't be easy, say industry experts.
Venezula could install as much as 1,600 MW of wind power generation by 2015-20, according to a key industry source that wished to remain nameless. He added that the country is making progress in pursuing three projects that could add as much as 300 MW...
Spanish energy company Iberdrola is to invest €365m to grow in Mexico's booming wind-power market at a time when other international firms are also rushing to muscle in Latin America's second-largest economy.
Uruguay hopes to install 500MW of wind energy capacity by 2015, an official for state energy company UTE confirmed its president Gonzalo Casaravilla as saying.