Good design and good construction means reduced maintenance costs
High-strength, fast curing compound deemed suitable for offshore concrete structures
DOE/Navigant study shows that 14 projects are in advanced stages of development, representing a potential 4.9 GW of capacity
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory launches meterological and oceanographic equipment to gain a better understanding of power generation potential off the coasts of Oregon and Virginia
Anticipating and meeting the site challenges that arise on wind projects
Significant changes to wind farm safety requirements are expected in the near future with the upcoming revisions to the NFPA 70E standard
As the wind energy industry continues to grow, training an adaptable, high-tech labor pool is essential to keep up with rapidly evolving technology
As job growth lags in rural America, some communities see wind energy development as a possible answer
Small towns often see long-term economic benefits of local wind farms
In 2008, as U.S. wind energy began its trend of exponetial growth, Kalamazoo Valley Community College recognized the need for an industry-responsive education program that would rapidly produce highly trained wind workforce.
Repairing damage caused by age or environmental factors involves a process that can restore parts manufactured with advanced composites to like-new condition.
This section is an overview of Turbine Orders globally.
An investigation into the failure modes yielding white structure flaking and axial cracking in wind turbine gearbox rolling bearings
Global wind power operators draw from “InSight” in growing industry shift toward optimized predictive maintenance.
As the industry’s foremost event heads to the desert.
The fourth quarter numbers are in, and they tell of an industry on the move. For American wind energy, 2013 turned out to be a year characterized by industry ramp up.
Principle Power to use floating turbine design for project off the coast of Oregon
Metal-free flow battery could prove to be an economical solution to intermittent generation in renewable energy plants
Test rig aims to lower wind energy costs by analyzing turbine reliability and performance in precise, âreal worldâ scenarios
A comprehensive approach to maximizing generator and component lifespan, dependability, and performance through periodic electrical testing and fault analysis.