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Ming Yang ranked third in newly-installed Chinese wind power capacity

Ming Yang Wind Power Group (“Ming Yang”) has been ranked third in China’s newly-installed wind power capacity in a recent update released by the China Wind Energy Association (“CWEA”) detailing the wind power generation in China from January to June 2015. In a recent news release, CWEA detailed that China’s newly installed wind power capacity during the first half of 2015 was 10.1

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Electric vehicles and Smart Grid get a boost from eMotorWerks intelligent charging stations

OSIsoft and eMotorWerks recently announced that eMotorWerks has incorporated OSIsoft’s PI System within its cloud-based Smart[Grid] charging platform through a Connected Services Agreement. This revolutionary new solution will further optimize EV charging while improving grid stability. The solution will provide scalable real-time data storage, real-time availability, and streamlined data flows between eMotorWerks’ platform and Independent Service

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Senvion ranked second in wind installations in Germany

With the installation of exactly 100 turbines in the period from January 2015 to June 2015, Senvion is now the second largest manufacturer of wind turbines in Germany to date in 2015. The company has installed wind turbines in Germany with a total capacity of over 285 MW in the first six months of this

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GE’s to supply 61 turbines for British Columbia’s largest wind farm

GE confirmed that it will supply Pattern Development with 61 wind turbines for its 180-megawatt (MW) Meikle wind farm, located approximately 33 kilometers north of Tumbler Ridge in the Peace Region of British Columbia. The 61 turbines will combine 35 of GE’s 3.2-103 units with 26 of its 2.75-120 turbines, using a mixture of technologies

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Scotland’s First Minister witnesses Scotland-China wind energy deal

The First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, recently witnessed a wind energy partnership deal for SgurrEnergy in Beijing, China. The First Minister arrived in Beijing for a group signing ceremony, organized by Scottish Development International. Involving six Scottish companies and their respective clients, the event celebrated innovation and success between the UK and China. The

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