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  • Equinor, Jera and J-Power have partnered and entered a joint bid agreement prior to Japan’s upcoming Round 1 offshore wind auction. The three companies will jointly evaluate and work towards submitting a joint bid in the Round 1 auction once the Japanese government officially opens what will be coun...

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  • BP and Equinor have formed a new strategic partnership to develop offshore wind projects in the US. This includes the development of existing offshore wind leases on the US East coast and jointly pursuing further opportunities for offshore wind in the US.Bernard Looney, BP’s Chief Executive, says: ‘...

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  • According to latest calculations by research consultancy BloombergNEF (BNEF) solar energy stormed ahead last year to become the leading new power-generating source in the world, carrying clean-energy technologies including wind and hydro to overtake coal in global installed capacity. 

  • The UK’s Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) has published a comprehensive roadmap setting out the critical technologies needed to deliver an integrated net zero energy system on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS), highlighting the major economic opportunity this transformation offers.Closing the ga...

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  • In UK, as a lead to a hydrogen economy, J Bamford of Wrightbus and the firm Ryse Hydrogen propose to add 3000 hydrogen buses to those already in operation. This would promote a knock-on effect with lorries, trains, ships, ambulances and police cars. 

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  • Total and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) have concluded a 50:50 partnership to develop a portfolio of five large floating offshore wind projects in South Korea with a potential cumulated capacity of more than 2 GW. Located off the eastern and southern coasts of the country, in Ulsan a...

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  • According to forecasts contained in Carbon Trust’s new Floating Wind Joint Industry Project’s (JIP’s) second phase summary report an estimated 70 gigawatt (GW) of floating wind could be installed across the globe by 2040.The nascent sector could expand rapidly to deliver €215 billion worth of projec...

  • Swedish multinational power company Vattenfall has taken the final investment decision for Hollandse Kust Zuid 1-4, proceeding with the construction of what will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm, sited off the coast of the Netherlands. The project will consist of 140 turbines with a total ...

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  • Oil major Total has entered into an agreement with SSE Renewables to acquire a 51% stake in the 1,140 MW Seagreen 1 offshore wind farm project, which has also reached financial close. The purchase agreement also covers a potential extension opportunity of up to 360 MW. To be located 27 km from the ...

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  • The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will impact the supply chain and installation operations in China’s wind energy industry, as well as the global wind industry, according to a report from the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA). 

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