31 Aug '11, 11pm

Mixed fortunes for global wind firms #green

Mixed fortunes for global wind firms James Quilter, Windpower Monthly Magazine, 01 September 2011, 12:00am WORLDWIDE: Many of the world's wind-turbine manufacturers have been able to celebrate either a rise in sales or revenue for their Q1/H1 results. To continue reading this article you need to be a subscriber to Windpower Monthly Sign in Please correct the information in the fields highlighted below. Please enter your details Email Password Remember me Forgotten password? Having trouble signing in? Contact Customer Support at [email protected] or call +44 208 267 4327 Subscribe now for full access to Windpower Monthly or Take a free trial Already a subscriber? Activate your subscription here

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