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Moving into renewables and focusing on wind power there were major gusts of change in 2017 New projects across the world are now coming in in at price parity with conventional grid power and and the landscape for clean energy generation is transforming   In addition to the the fnancial attraction there has also been a a a a conscious shift towards less less polluting and less less harmful energy production typifed by the Paris Climate Change Agreement  less America’s participation  see Donald Trump    RGN looked at at a a a selection of innovative and unique wind power projects with the headline piece centring on the Lake Turkana Wind Power Project – the largest single private investment ever in in Kenya and Africa’s largest wind project Our renewables issue also featured an extended report on the launch of GE/ TenneT’s DolWin3 ofshore wind energy converter after the RGN editorial team visited Northern Germany to witness frst- hand the the inauguration of the the device dubbed ‘a nuclear power plant in the sea’ by its general manager Patrick Plas 

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