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Articles from 25-31 of July 2017​:

Siemens Gamesa takes on Tenerife

New report shows onshore wind is the cheapest energy

Halliburton surprises with strong quarterly report

Tiny OEM plans to beat Vestas and Siemens in wind growth countries

Canadian energy company demands clarity about offshore wind farm's future

Buyer nominated to take over Dong cables

Danish services company hires new offshore wind COO

UK authorities probe Rio Tinto following suspected foul play

Siemens, GE and Vestas agreements at a standstill in Egypt

Taiwan to build offshore wind port

Oil hits USD 50, but Credit Suisse is slashing its forecast

Huge political majority approvals new US sanctions against Russia

Media: Vestas and Siemens battle for Egyptian orders

UK will ban petrol and diesel cars from 2040

Attorney General: Lars Møller acted in his own interest

SunEdison sets bankruptcy exit with nothing for shareholders

Vestas' former CEO passes away

Statoil exceeds expectations and triples operating result

Vestas in setback on receding French market

Nordex signs deals with EU's largest electricity producer

Shell triples profits

Strengthened Total says it is ready for acquisitions

GE lands biggest order to date

Siemens Gamesa shares drop after lacklustre report

Siemens Gamesa's order intake plunged 60 percent

Two countries make up 75 percent of the EU's wind installations

Rystad Energy: At least 110 rigs must go to curb downturn

Dong takes a step towards a new 2.4 GW offshore wind farm

Reuters: Aramco's historic IPO could take place in London

Siemens Gamesa replaces senior executive

Analyst: India won't impact Vestas like Siemens Gamesa

Prysmian sees solid future in offshore wind

EnBW invests in renewables despite decline