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12/03/2014 - 09:54

Windlab announced the establishment of the ‘WindScape Institute’ at the Regional Renewable Energy Business Forum, held in Canberra today.  The Institute’s objectives are twofold;

1.To complete the creation of a high resolution global wind energy database using Windlab’s industry leading wind prospecting technology, WindScape;

and

2.To provide a centre to train the next generation of wind energy engineers and scientists.

11/03/2014 - 10:55

Windlab Developments USA seeks Ohio state approval for a 60MW wind project in Huron County.

The developer, a subsidiary of Australian outfit Windlab Systems, proposes to install up to 25 turbines at the Greenwich wind farm, located 65 miles southwest of Cleveland.

The Nordex N117 2.4MW turbine with a tip height of 149.5 meters is the most suitable turbine for the site, said Windlab in the site permit application.

27/02/2014 - 08:59

Verdigre Land and Wind Partners, LLC (VLWP), owners of the Verdigre Wind Farm, announced today that the Verdigre project has received recommendation of approval from the Knox County Planning Commission for the project consisting of 47 to 50 turbines.  In addition, the Knox County Board of Supervisors approved a Conditional Use Permit to commence construction, which began in December.  Final project approval will be sought later this year from the Board of Supervisors.

06/01/2014 - 17:07

RENEWABLE energy advo-cates say it is cheaper and safer to invest in solar and wind to power North Queensland than trying to establish a nuclear power industry.

It comes one day after Mount Isa Mayor Tony McGrady called for a nuclear power station to be considered as a solution to North Queens-land's crippling base-load power shortages.

Windlab Systems general manager Garth Heron said renewable technologies were more cost-effective than nuclear power.

"I think the nuclear debate in Australia is a moot point," he said.