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Iberdrola takes yet another jab at Ørsted

While Ørsted is now tasked with fixing a cable at Walney Extension, Vattenfall also acknowledges similar issues. "We know a thing or two about such things," Iberdrola's CEO interjects.

Vestas spearheads new recycling coalition

With financial backing from Denmark's Innovation Fund and in collaboration with the Danish Technological Institute and Aarhus University, work commences to address the wind industry's environmentally guilty conscience.

Vestas flunks out of US top three

Although installed capacity on the US market hit a record high in the first quarter, both turbines and market share were small for Vestas, with an outsider taking second place.

Vineyard Wind secures final approval

The first large-scale US offshore wind farm is now green-lit for establishment. It's "not about the start of a single project, but the launch of a new industry," states Vineyard.

Siemens Gamesa receives 62-MW order from Sweden

The German-Spanish OEM has now signed its third deal in Sweden with renewables developer Baywa r.e. pertaining to a 62-MW wind farm located near the town of Växjö in the country's southern region of Småland.

Nordex' revenue surges while deficit deepens

Despite booking a large advance on the top line, the German OEM lands in a deficit after the first quarter of this year but nonetheless maintains its full-year guidance vowing profit.

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