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  • Continued, large-scale growth of offshore wind power will require a significant contribution from new floating turbines, according to a joint report from trade associations RenewableUK and Scottish Renewables: Floating Wind – The UK Industry Ambition. Indeed floating technology is necessary for the ...

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  • The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has finalised a pair of contracts for two new offshore wind farms – the first with the US division of Equinor and the second with a joint venture between Denmark’s Ørsted and local utility Eversource Energy. Equinor’s 816 MW...

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  • The European Commission’s targets for the bloc’s offshore wind industry – between 230 and 450 GW of installed capacity by 2050 – are achievable with the correct approaches to grid investment and maritime spatial planning, says a new report from trade body WindEurope. The study looked at where 4...

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  • Offshore wind could theoretically generate more than 18 times today’s global electricity demand – according to a new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The Agency’s Offshore Wind Outlook 2019 also finds that global offshore wind capacity could increase 15-fold and attract $1tn i...

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  • There is significant uncertainty over how much wind energy capacity will grow in Europe over the next five years, according to a new report by WindEurope, an association of companies within the wind industry. The report: Wind Energy Outlook to 2023 details possible outcomes of Europe’s National...

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  • The world’s largest floating offshore wind farm, and the first to power offshore oil and gas platforms, will be built by Siemens Gamesa for deployment off the coast of Norway.The company has been awarded five contracts by Norwegian energy company Equinor to supply wind turbines to the Hywind Tampen ...

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  • Dogger Bank Wind Farms, the developer of what will become the world’s largest offshore wind farm when built, has unveiled GE Renewable Energy as its preferred turbine supplier. GE will supply Dogger Bank with its Haliade-X turbine, with a generating capacity of 12 MW or more – the final number of tu...

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  • New solar and onshore wind power plants have now reached parity with average wholesale prices in California and parts of Europe, says the latest Levelised Cost of Electricity (LCOE) Update from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). The report, a worldwide assessment of the cost-competitiveness o...

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  • Wind farms were paid up to £3 million per day to switch off their turbines and not produce electricity last week. In December an analysis by the Renewable Energy Foundation, a charity that monitors energy use, revealed that the operators of 86 wind farms in Britain were handed more than £136 mi...

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  • Equinor and the Snorre and Gullfaks partners have made a final investment decision (FID) for the Hywind Tampen offshore wind farm development and two updated plans for development and operation (PDO) have been submitted to the Norwegian authorities.The oil and gas platforms will be the first ever po...

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