Mammoet installs four wind turbines at Nissum Bredning near shore wind farm

Mammoet helps clients improve construction efficiency and optimize the uptime of plants and installations.

Siemens Gamesa to provide service for a total of 55 turbines at four Innogy wind farms in Poland

Siemens Gamesa currently has over 500 wind turbines in operation in Poland with a combined capacity of more than 1 GW.

Liftra blade handling device tilts big blades for easier turbine assembly

The photos show the Liftra LT5002 installing the 73.5 m blades on a Haliade 150-6MW turbine, an operation that went smoothly on all accounts.

Pattern Development completes financing of Stillwater Wind project in Montana

Construction of the project by Pattern has begun and it is expected to reach commercial operation in September of this year. During each year of operations, the 79.75 MW facility will generate energy equal to the needs of more than 23,000 Montana homes.

The U.S. offshore wind Industry’s launch brings other projects closer to construction

Governors from both New York and New Jersey announced commitments to launch the nation’s largest offshore wind solicitations. These commitments confirm the strong business case for offshore wind.

ST3 lifts jacket foundations for wind farm with Modulift Beams

Modulift has supplied two large spreader beams to complete a rig that will lift 20 wind farm jacket foundations onto vessels at ST3 Offshore’s dockside location in Szczecin, Poland, close to the country’s northwestern border with Germany.

What to consider when erecting a small wind turbine in Texas

For a state that leads the country in the production of crude oil and natural gas, one would be surprised to learn that Texas also leads the country in wind energy production.

Offshore wind industry needs a new paradigm for managing dispute claims

The foundations failed shortly after project completion because of grouted connection problems, which also occurred at other offshore projects. The failures came from a fundamental fault in the industry’s standard design code (DNV-OS-J101) that E.ON had specified for use.

Ergonomics are the real hazard of some bolting tools

Wind techs also work in hazardous environments using bolting tools and may face similar risks.

TransAlta acquires two construction-ready wind projects in U.S. Northeast

TransAlta Renewables Inc. announced that it has entered into an arrangement to acquire two construction-ready projects in the Northeast United States. The wind development projects include: A 90-MW project located in Pennsylvania, which has a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) A 29-MW projected located in New Hampshire with two 20-year PPAs. All three counter-parties have S&P