The European Union is planning to unveil measures to help its ailing wind sector next month, after supply-chain bottlenecks and higher financing costs have put a brake on projects.
Europe invested almost £35 billion in new wind farms last year, bankrolling 25 gigawatts (GW) of fresh capacity.
A leading renewables trade body has called for a Europe-wide landfill ban on decommissioned wind turbine blade by the middle of the decade.
Semco Maritime has nominated former-Vattenfall boss Gunnar Groebler to join its board of directors.
Europe ploughed more than £37billion (€43bn) of investment into new wind farm projects in 2020, led by the UK, according to analysis.
Fostering research and innovation will be key if floating offshore wind is to become competitive in the coming decades.
European countries ordered a record 15 gigawatts (GW) of wind turbines in 2020, an increase of 74% on 2019.
WindEurope has elected Andreas Nauen, chief executive of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE), as its chairman for the next 18 months.
Very few offshore wind turbines have so far been decommissioned anywhere -- and little significant activity is expected on that front until the end of the current decade.
Ambitious offshore wind goals set out by the EU Commission must now be embraced in Scotland, an energy trade body has said in response to a new report.
Vattenfall's senior vice president of wind has been elected to the position of chairman by the board of renewable member organisation WindEurope.
The UK led Europe in offshore wind construction in 2018, according to new data.
Member organisation WindEurope has unveiled a new wind energy toolkit to help map the economic and social benefits of local wind farms.
Renewable lobby group WindEurope has suggested that a number of onshore wind projects were "pushed through" in the UK last year due to a fear over the imminent demise of feed in tariffs connected to the energy.
InnoEnergy and WindEurope have announced that they will hold their first ever joint hackathon aiming to solve industry challenges.
Europe has seen a sizable 6.1GW increase in wind capacity already in 2017, with the UK (1.2 GW), Germany (2.2 GW) and France (492 MW) leading the pack.