One purpose of wind turbines is to provide pollution-free electric power at a reasonable price in an environmentally sound way. In this focus issue the latest research on the environmental impact of wind farms is presented. Offshore wind farms affect the marine fauna in both positive and negative ways. For example, some farms are safe havens for porpoises while other farms show fewer harbor porpoises even after ten years. Atmospheric computer experiments are carried out to investigate the possible impact and resource of future massive installations of wind turbines.

The world will have enough wind turbines to generate more than 300 gigawatts of power - the equivalent of 114 nuclear power plants - by the end of the year, industry figures show.

India is the third largest market for new wind turbines worldwide, adding 2,5 GW according to this report released by World Wind Energy Association.

The new planning approach will see changes to wind farm developments

The Madras High Court has passed an interim injunction restraining Shanghai Electric from violating its February 2012 agreement with Chennai-based Vayuvidyut Projects to manufacture wind turbines i

Making a foray into the wind power sector, the Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam (SJVN) achieved an important milestone when the first turbine was installed for its maiden wind power project at Khirveri in M

This Draft Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report is prepared for obtaining the Environmental Clearance (EC) from Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), Government of India, New Delhi, for the proposed expansion of existing project by adding 2x830 MW units.

GWEC's annual market update on the status of the global wind industry is the authoritative source of information on wind power markets around the world. It provides you with a comprehensive snapshot of the global industry, now present in about 75 countries, with 21 countries having more than 1000 MW installed.

A huge wind turbine built in the Pacific Ocean near Tokyo, the largest of its kind in Japan, began to generate power Monday.

Tata Power has registered its 50.4 MW wind project at Samana, Gujarat, under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).