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MHI Vestas loses executive

A Czech energy conglomerate has snapped up Vestas' head of strategy and business development. The focus area of his new position could mitigate any bitterness over the loss.

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GE expects wind growth in 2017 after record year

Neither Donald Trump nor the price pressure on onshore turbines is worrying US turbine manufacturer GE, which after year with record deliveries still has an ace up its sleeve to secure increased growth.

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The US approves wind farm of 1.5 GW

The Bureau of Land Management in the US is paving the way for the largest wind turbine project in the history of the country as it has issued a "license to kill". According to plan, the project will boast capacity 3 GW capacity.

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Gamesa lands 325 MW in Mexico

Spanish wind supplier Gamesa announces a solid order from Mexico, where a total of two new contracts have the potential to boost the company's installed capacity in the country over 2 GW.

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Investment firm buys founder out of wind supplier

Danish wind supplier Hydratech has been a thorn in the side of the investment firm behind it, which sees the acquisition as future security. A new chairman is the first step towards improved top and bottom lines.

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MHI Vestas announces 450 MW order

German authorities have approved a new building permit for Dong Energy concerning a German offshore wind farm, meaning MHI Vestas can now announce its biggest order to date.