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Danish wind turbine maker Vestas - which last week announced it would build the world's largest offshore wind turbine - has appointed Purvin Patel as regional president Asia Pacific to bolster its presence and market position in the rapidly expanding markets in the region.
Turbine manufacturer Vestas claims to have elevated the “industry benchmark for performance and continued cost reduction” with the launch of its new product.
North Sea helicopter operator CHC has bagged a contract to provide services for three offshore wind farms, including two in Scotland.
The manufacturer for the largest wind farms in Scotland has announced plans for 220 job cuts in what has been described as a "body blow" for the sector.
The UK proposes to help develop one of the world’s largest offshore wind projects in Vietnam, where the market is expected to boom.
Vestas has been confirmed as the supplier of the 103 turbines for the Shetland-based Viking Wind Farm, the UK’s largest onshore wind development.
Scottish manufacturing firm Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) is likely to miss out on the bulk of the work for a North Sea wind farm project, which has changed hands in a multi-million pound deal.
Danish wind turbine firm Vestas has hit the market top spot by breaking an industry record on installations worldwide, according to new analysis from Wood Mackenzie (Woodmac).
Denmark’s Vestas Wind Systems A/S fell into the red as the coronavirus squeezed its supply chain, the first quarterly loss since 2013.
Vestas Wind Systems, the world’s largest maker of wind turbines, has pledged to eliminate all waste in the production of its machines by 2040 as part of its drive to hit carbon neutrality by the start of the next decade.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas is set to "outperform" the market in 2020, according to energy research firm Macquarie.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has retaken the industry's top spot after leapfrogging Siemens Gamesa, according to new market research.
A deal to construct a Tasmanian wind farm has been struck between Australian-based Palisade Investment Partners and Danish firm Vestas.
The owner of a $300 million South Texas wind farm has put in a turbine order with a Danish wind company to supply 212 megawatts of wind turbines for the project.
Siemens and Spain's Gamesa have agreed to combine their wind-turbine manufacturing businesses, creating a company with the biggest installed capacity worldwide in a move that speeds consolidation of the industry.
Engineering giant Siemens moved ahead of Vestas to top the global wind turbine market, a report has revealed. The German firm is the number one as measured by market share of newly installed machines connected to the grid in 2014, but the gap between the top three companies is small.