Webinar: Fight back against icing impacts this winter – November 4

Wednesday, November 4, 20202 pm ET / 11 am PT While no one can stop the weather from happening, you can do more to lessen the impact of icing events on wind farm operations. To do that you need a … Read More

New grounding and bond meter from TEGAM

TEGAM has released a new 710A grounding and bond meter ideal for at-height wind turbine repair jobs. TEGAM’s new BKDP-M2 Display Probe puts the metering information in your hand with its display in the probe body to keep the information in … Read More

FPS Engineering receives DOE funding for floating offshore wind turbine design

FPS Engineering & Technology, a newly formed engineering and technology company in Houston, recently received funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Project Agency–Energy (ARPA-E) for hull design, analysis and optimization of the ARCUS Vertical- Axis Wind Turbine … Read More

500 Climb Auto Systems now installed at wind farms across the United States

3S Lift is proud to announce the installation of 500 Climb Auto Systems (CAS) in wind farms across the United States, adding to the 40,000 CAS installations worldwide. “We are very excited to see a growing number of North American … Read More

GE to deliver 576-MW turbine order to Invenergy projects throughout the Midwest

GE Renewable Energy announced a trio of orders for its 2.X onshore wind turbines with Invenergy. The 576-MW, 187-turbine order includes: 54 2.X-127 turbines for the 110-MW Crescent Wind Energy Center in Michigan 30 2.X-127 and 6 2.X-116 turbines for … Read More

How digitalization and private wireless are increasing wind farm safety and productivity

By David Christophe, Director of Utility Solutions Marketing, Nokia As wind power projects continue to increase their turbine size and move further offshore, the importance of industrial-grade private wireless connectivity only increases. A constant, reliable network enables workers to operate … Read More

Using long-lasting composites for increased blade lengths

By Dag Kirschke, Wind Energy Segment Owner, Exel Composites The demand for wind energy is increasing. It’s clean, cost effective and sustainable. As environmental and climate change concerns are influencing a greater need for renewable and sustainable energy, wind turbines … Read More

Webinar: Blindspots of low voltage insulation testing – October 7

Wednesday, October 7, 202011:30 am ET / 8:30 am PT This webinar will focus on the theory and application of electric motor insulation testing techniques. If motors are shutting down your process, or you just want to take the next … Read More

Verton remote-control load orientation solution coming to Vestas turbines

Installation of offshore wind turbines is about to become considerably safer thanks to the new partnership struck between wind turbine manufacturer MHI Vestas and the inventor of a remote-control load orientation solution, Verton.  Working on offshore wind projects presents unique … Read More

Tri Global Energy begins development of 255-MW Illinois wind project

A 255-MW, 15,000-acre wind project, Vermilion Wind, projected to be the largest in East Central Illinois, has commenced its development phase in Vermilion County with several key milestones in place. The wind development project is spearheaded Tri Global Energy (TGE), … Read More