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  • With multi-megawatt offshore wind farms at one end and those little battery-charging turbines you often see attached to the back end of pleasure boats at the other, the wind power spectrum also has room for turbines generating just a few kilowatts for an individual farm or rural estate. British manu...

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  • Wind Europe, formerly EWEA, promotes wind energy in Europe. The target audience includes decision makers, companies, academics, engineers and the general public. Wind Europe is a member of EREC (European Renewable Energy Council) - an umbrella organisation of the leading European renewable energy in...

  • Dynamic response studies of a TLP have been carried out in time domain to investigate the influence of nonlinearities due to hydrodynamic drag force, variable cable tension, variable submergence, long excursions and fluctuating wind together with the effect of coupling. The sea state is characterize...

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  • 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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  • 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). 

  • 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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  • As part of its plan to decarbonise company operations and reduce by 80% its greenhouse gas (GHG) net emissions by 2050 over the entire cycle of its energy products, Eni has acquired through its subsidiary company Eni New Energy three wind farms from Asja Ambiente Italia. The three projects – CDGB En...

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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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  • Wind energy may be the fastest-growing electricity generation technology in the UK right now, but it would have grown even faster if so many developments has not been turned-down for planning permission. Simon Tribe looks at planning issues for onshore wind.

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  • Siemens Gamesa is to supply 25 wind turbines for the Hoa Thang 1.2 wind farm, one of the largest in Vietnam. With a total capacity of 113 MW, the project will generate enough electricity to meet the demands of over 240,000 Vietnamese citizens following its commissioning next year. Vietnam ...

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