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This October, Dave and Barry spent two weeks in China—a trip that brought them from Beijing to Nansan Island, Zhanjiang, Guangdong province and eventually to the Puding county, Anshun, Guizhou province in the country’s southwestern region. The purpose of the visit was two-fold: to install Hybrid XTs on two existing turbines in vastly differently environments, and to attend the 2016 China WindPower Conference.
Earlier this year, the Tech Services team was tasked with setting up a training in Bangkok, Thailand, for our Asia Pacific resellers.
I returned home from this year’s WINDPOWER conference in Chicago thinking about the new leadership at AWEA and all the discussions at the board meeting and on the podium about a new vision for the wind industry.
Takeaways from Europe 2012 US market will likely see a drop of nearly 60% through 2013 unless something dramatic happens and a PTC is passed. US market will take 3 years to recover, due to the low cost of energy and slow economic growth Industry is struggling with low...
Future Captured in Crystal, Garry Knight via flickr. CC license 2.0
A recent trip to Beijing for the China Wind Power 2010 conference offered me the rare opportunity to reflect back on the future of the wind energy industry. You may have had that sensation of deja vu, the sudden realization you have seen a specific scene before, but the strength of the sensation on this trip was rare for me, and humbling.