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Ørsted has added Bladt Industries, Nexans and Cordeel to the list of suppliers and contractors for the 752MW Borssele 1 and 2 wind farm in the Dutch North Sea, according to Henrik Egholm, EPC director Borssele 1 and 2.
Rostock-based EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH (EEW SPC) has won a contract to produce 47 monopiles for Ørsted’s Borssele 1 and 2 offshore wind farm.
DNV GL has acquired GridLab, a Germany-based provider of power grid training, seminar and studies, from 50Hertz’s holding company Eurogrid International.
Singapore-headquartered offshore marine services provider, PACC Offshore Services Holdings Ltd. (POSH), and Taiwan-based logistics firm Kerry TJ Logistics have established a joint venture (JV) company POSH Kerry Renewables to provide integrated supply chain and marine solutions to the offshore wind sector in Taiwan.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has signed a preferred supplier agreement with wpd offshore for the 640MW Yunlin offshore wind project in Taiwan.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy came in first on the world’s top wind turbine manufacturers list in 2017 and overtook the spot Vestas had been holding, according to the latest report from GlobalData. At the end of the last year, Siemens Gamesa had 9.43GW of installed wind turbines, while Vestas held 7.52GW, accounting for 18% and 14.3% market share, respectively.
US-based liftboat specialist Falcon Global LLC and Fred. Olsen Windcarrier AS have reached a cooperation agreement to exclusively contribute vessels and marine/installation crews and operate a full spread of offshore wind installation and feeder vessels for the US offshore wind market.
London-listed investment company The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited (TRIG) has acquired a 14.7% indirect equity interest in the Sheringham Shoal offshore wind farm located off the coast of Norfolk, UK.
On 8 December, Jumbo signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with China Merchants Industry Holdings (CMIH) for the provision of detailed engineering and construction of a new DP2 Heavy Lift Crane Vessel (HLCV). The new vessel – capable of installing wind turbine foundations and floating structures in deeper waters – is expected to be delivered in the first quarter of 2020.
An offshore wind delegation from the Netherlands is currently visiting China to intensify Sino-Dutch offshore wind cooperation and knowledge exchange.