Top News of the Week, 2 – 8 January 2017

Public Consultation for Borssele V Tender Opens

Public consultation for the tender regulations related to the fifth site at the Borssele Zone in the Netherlands opened today and will close on 1 February.

Sif’s Maasvlakte 2 Operational, Innovation Picks Up Galloper Monopiles

On 2 January, the first four monopiles were loaded from Sif’s Maasvlakte 2 site onto GeoSea’s installation vessel Innovation, which has now put the first section of the new deepwater quay in Port of Rotterdam into operation as it is ready to install the second batch of foundations at the Galloper offshore wind farm site in the UK.

Siemens Chooses Eltek’s UPS System for Hywind Scotland

Siemens has contracted Eltek for the provision of power solutions for the Hywind Scotland Pilot Park project. Under the agreement, signed in mid-December 2016, Eltek will deliver its Rectiverter uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system for the five-turbine floating wind farm.

COBRAcable Converter Station Starts Taking Shape in Eemshaven

TenneT and Energinet.dk have driven the first pile into the ground to kick off the construction of the Dutch converter station of the COBRAcable, a subsea electricity connection that will link the Dutch and Danish grids.

Scottish Govt Shaping Up Crown Estate Scotland

The Scottish Government today launched a 12-week consultation on the long term framework for the devolved management of the Crown Estate in Scotland.

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Substructures for UK Offshore Wind

The event will focus on identifying the future situation of the UK to optimise design, improve reliability, and cost-efficiency in existing…

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Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference, Exhibition & Dinner 2017

The Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference, Exhibition & Dinner, in association with Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, will explore key issues facing Scotland’s offshore wind planning, as well as discussing innovations and technology development. The conference will also cover cost reduction and infrastructure, concluding with a debate from industry leaders regarding the future of offshore wind in Scotland and the rest of the UK.

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Floating offshore wind 2017

The event will be important for Norwegian policymakers, organisations supporting the offshore wind industry and the industry and supply…

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Subsea Expo 2017

Subsea Expo Conference runs three parallel sessions over two days and attracts a broad range of experts, who will discuss the challenges…

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