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24 August 2011 R&D, Training & Education

  U.S. officials recently announced that they are conducting a study on regulating worker safety in the offshore renewable energy industry – an important move that could protect the lives of thousands of offshore employees on the Gulf Coast, Texas maritime attorneys Kurt Arnold and Jason Itkin of Arnold & Itkin LLP said today. The […]

22 July 2011 Technology

AXYS Technologies Inc. (AXYS) has recently surpassed the construction of its 200th TRIAXYS™ Directional Wave Buoy. TRIAXYS™ Directional Wave buoys are currently deployed worldwide gathering wave data for renewable energy potential, research and impact studies, marine operations and general marine safety. TRIAXYS™ was created by AXYS in conjunction with the National Research Council (NRC) of […]

6 June 2011

  The Crown Estate’s investment of £1 million in the Inch Cape offshore wind site, part of the Scottish Territorial Waters leasing round, has secured the future of the project after the dissolution of the consortium initially awarded the lease. The £1 million sum has enabled work on the site to continue to plan, and […]

25 May 2011 R&D, Technology

  The Moog Industrial Group announced today a new electric pitch system which offers higher performance, reliability, additional safety and lower maintenance costs to address key challenges faced by wind turbine manufacturers and operators. The Moog Wind Turbine Pitch System is equipped with Moog’s new cost effective AC synchronous electromagnetic brushless servo motor with an […]

18 May 2011 R&D, Technology

  Aubin, a leading independent supplier of specialist chemicals to the energy industry, has today launched a game-changing new product that could save millions of pounds when installing offshore renewables infrastructure. The Gel Lift System (GLS), which can be seen in action at stand AB31 in the Aberdeen City & Shire Pavilion at All Energy […]

5 May 2011

  SGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, will be making its first attendance at the Offshore Wind China 2011 Conference and Exhibition in Shanghai, and at the Wind Power Asia 2011 in Beijing, both of which are leading renewable energy events in Asia. From June 15-17, 2011, SGS will be taking […]

4 May 2011

Canadian firm Thin Red Line Aerospace has completed the first structure specifically designed and built for undersea compressed air energy storage (CAES). The structure, also referred to as an “Energy Bag”, is to be anchored to the seabed off the coast of Scotland next month as part of a major renewable energy research project conceived […]

15 April 2011 Business & Finance

  Stichting Energy Valley chooses BLIX Consultancy BV to manage implementation of offshore wind project in the Netherlands. The contract was awarded on March 01, 2011. BLIX Consultancy BV is required to manage the implementation of the Offshore Wind Project. Support for the national government for the concentration of offshore wind activities over the Frisian […]

28 March 2011

Thousands of wind turbines being built off the East of England will create massive opportunities for the region’s energy businesses to win major contracts for operational and maintenance work. But nearly 200 delegates at RenewableUK’s first event in the East of England – at OrbisEnergy, Lowestoft – were also warned of the complexities and demands […]

18 March 2011

Sustainable Energy Technologies Ltd. ("Sustainable Energy" or the "Company") announced today that tenKsolar will source its low voltage power electronics requirements for its integrated RAIS(R) Wave system from Sustainable Energy under a long term supply contract with the Company. tenKsolar's demand forecast for the first 12 months of the agreement beginning April 1, 2011 is […]

21 February 2011

Fivium has been awarded a contract to deliver an IT system to support the modernisation and consolidation of UK marine licensing processes. The project will align business processes and IT systems supporting UK marine licences to enable greater transparency for users and the public. Fivium and the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) will work together to […]

15 February 2011 Business & Finance

A team of interdisciplinary researchers from the DeepCwind Consortium attended the Maine Wind Energy Conference in Augusta January 24 and 25. The conference provided a forum to discuss milestones thus far to develop floating wind turbines in the Gulf of Maine. Researchers answered questions from interested stakeholders, briefed policy-makers and local media, and forged new […]

9 February 2011 Authorities

A new Scottish Energy Laboratory (SEL) was launched by the First Minister today to strengthen collaboration across 50 energy research, test and demonstration facilities and underpin Scotland’s leading position in low carbon energy development. The SEL will be a hub for national and international companies to identify and access the most appropriate of Scotland’s test […]

8 February 2011

AEG Power Solutions (Amsterdam:3WP)(AEG PS), wholly owned by 3W Power(Euronext Amsterdam 3WP, Frankfurt 3W9, ISIN GG00B39QCR01, WKN A0Q5SX) and Moog, major supplier for the wind Energy industry, sign a frame agreement contract valued up to € 2 million for chargers delivery. Moog is a world-leading manufacturer of innovative control solutions, providing pitch systems, slip ring […]

26 January 2011 Grid Connection

Following the grid connections for the offshore wind farm clusters BorWin2 and HelWin1, Siemens Energy will also install a turnkey grid connection in the North Sea for the SylWin cluster. Purchaser is the Dutch-German transmission grid operator TenneT. In a consortium with the Italian cable manufacturer Prysmian Powerlink, Siemens will connect DanTysk, located west of […]

27 December 2010 Technology

ABB’s robot-based surface finishing concept for wind turbine rotor blades reduces paint shop energy consumption by up to 60 percent and paint consumption by 25 percent compared to alternative methods of applying surface coatings. Most importantly, it provides a perfectly applied layer of protection for one of the most demanding operating environments on earth. Few […]

20 December 2010 Authorities

The scrapping of a massive federal spending bill Thursday will have a varied impact on education, transportation and other projects...   By Rebekah Metzler (kjonline) [mappress] Source: kjonline, December 20, 2010

3 December 2010

Research published today shows huge support for renewable energy among young people with 94 per cent of those questioned saying that offshore wind was the ‘fairest’ energy technology, 81 per cent saying onshore wind, and 94 per cent supporting solar energy. This is compared to 2.2 per cent for coal energy. These figures are part […]

2 December 2010 Technology

Leading international renewable energy consultancy Natural Power are pleased to announce a new free web based service providing an estimation of wind flow complexity on potential wind farm sites. As potential development sites with simple, flat terrain become fewer and fewer, more and more projects are built in, or near, forests and complex terrain. It […]

17 November 2010

ABB Power Systems UK has become the first engineering company to use cutting-edge Augmented Reality (AR) technology to showcase an example of critical energy infrastructure. Among the first people to try out the new animation were Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Chris Huhne. Produced by leading […]

26 October 2010 Business & Finance

SeaZone, the market leader for marine geographic information, software and services, will be presenting their latest developments for the renewable energy sector at RenewableUK 2010 in Glasgow on 2 to 4 November 2010. SeaZone will be sharing Stand 325 with its new parent company HR Wallingford. Both companies have longstanding involvement with offshore renewable energy […]

25 August 2010 R&D, Technology

Statoil’s innovative offshore floating Hywind wind turbine demonstrates how Trelleborg’s syntactic foam buoyancy technology is contributing to the future of offshore power. “It is subsea technology that has already been extensively proven,” commented Gary Howland, Renewables Sales Manager for Trelleborg Offshore. “Trelleborg Distributed Buoyancy Modules (DBMs) developed for deepwater support of umbilicals and risers in […]

19 August 2010 Business & Finance

All-time high order intake. Results in line with expectations. Full-year guidance revised downwards. The second-quarter wind energy order intake was 3,031 MW, which was the highest level ever recorded and on a level with the order intake for the whole of 2009. Vestas generated second-quarter revenue of EUR 1,007m, a drop of 17 per cent […]

11 June 2010 Grid Connection, Wind Farm Update

Order worth more than EUR500 million for the consortium A consortium of Siemens Energy and Prysmian Powerlink has received an order worth more than EUR500 million from the German transmission grid company transpower. The BorWin2 offshore consortium will connect two North Sea offshore wind farms to the grid on behalf of transpower, a subsidiary of […]

8 June 2010 R&D

Soren Ditlev, head of MarketScape Renewable Energy, applauds this: "Our analysts have followed the developments around Gwynt y Mor closely, and we are exited about this major breakthrough." MarketScape supports the offshore wind energy community with the Offshore Wind NewsCatalyst - a global business information service, offering daily intelligence for business professionals with a focus […]

26 May 2010 Business & Finance, Wind Farm Update

The Crown Estate and SeaEnergy PLC are pleased to confirm developments concerning SeaEnergy Renewables Limited’s (SERL) interest in the Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm (Inch Cape). In February 2009, The Crown Estate awarded the Inch Cape site to a consortium comprised of SERL, SeaEnergy’s 80% owned subsidiary, and RWE npower renewables as a part of […]