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Published: 30 March 2020 30 March 2020

The Front Cover

While the need for renewable energy grows ever stronger and the energy market exploits wind power, the locations available for building wind farms without impacting airports and military bases due to radar interference are rapidly dwindling. Trelleborg Applied Technologies is developing radar absorbing materials for stealth wind farms to unblock gigawatts of wind turbine potential currently under objection across the world. You can read more about it in the article on page 7.

Publisher's Note

Will the wind energy industry for once not be hard hit by a global crisis?

Features

Larger Wind Farms, Smaller Signature
By Adam Nevin, Innovation Lead, Trelleborg Applied Technologies, UK

The Smart Photonic Sleeve
By Georgo Angelis, Sensing360 and Unai Gutierrez Santiago, Siemens Gamesa

20% Wind by 2030
By Sara C. Pryor and Rebecca J. Barthelmie, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA

Green Hydrogen from Renewable Power
By Dr Graham Cooley, CEO, ITM Power, UK

Windtech Future

The Race for Bigger Turbines Continues
By Feng Zhao, Strategy Director at Global Wind Energy Council

View from Inside

US Wind Power Reached New Heights in 2019 and Continues to Set Records in 2020
By Celeste Wanner, Research & Analytics Manager, American Wind Energy Association

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