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Zero-Max introduces new, larger size ETP techno shaft locking bushings

Zero-Max is now offering large size ETP Techno shaft locking bushings for bore sizes of 110, 120 and 130 mm (4.330, 4.724 and 5.118 inches). They are designed for locking components to large shafts with repeatable precision for applications requiring frequent mounting operations. They are ideal for locking into position gears, pulleys, sprockets and other

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Masdar delivers Samoa’s first wind farm

The Samoan Prime Minister, the Honorable Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi, today inaugurated the country’s first wind farm. Delivered by Masdar, Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company, the 550 kWe project is the second completed under the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) $50 million Pacific Partnership Fund, which is managed by Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD). The

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Are Yieldcos the new “promised land” of the renewable energy space?

This article, from law firm Akin Gump, is authored by Edward W. Zaelke. For the most part, with the exception of a limited number of projects referred to as “community wind,” America’s roughly 70,000 MW of installed utility scale wind and solar projects are owned directly or through subsidiaries of large American or European utility

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Global sales of electric

Driving electrification: A global comparison of fiscal incentive policy for electric vehicles

Editor’s note: This executive summary comes from a report authored by Peter Mock and Zifei Yang, both with the International Council on Clean Transportation. This should be good news for electric utilities and the wind industry because EV growth will create demand for the power they generate. Governments around the world—motivated by long-term targets for

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Suzlon S111 blade

Suzlon completes production of first blade for new turbine

Suzlon recently completed production of its first blade for its S111 2.1 MW turbine. The S111 is a technologically advanced product of the S88 and S97 2.1 MW family. This product has been specifically designed for Suzlon’s next generation 2.1-MW turbine and is engineered to deliver a 62% increase in AEP (Annual Energy Production) at

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