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DNV GL has acquired GridLab, a Germany-based provider of power grid training, seminar and studies, from 50Hertz’s holding company Eurogrid International.
Innogy SE has appointed David Few as Project Director for the largest project in its current development portfolio, the 1.2 GW Sofia offshore wind farm, sited on Dogger Bank in the North Sea.
Ørsted has initiated a structured process to assess the market interest in acquiring its Danish power distribution and residential customer businesses, as well as the City Light business.
The Port of Rønne in Denmark has been selected as the departure point for the 72 Siemens Gamesa 8MW turbines destined for the Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm and will undergo upgrades to service the project.
Rovco has secured a GBP 1.2 million funding for the launch of its new live 3D subsea survey system, which is said to cut down the cost of underwater inspections and maintenance.
The deep-water heavy lift vessel Aegir has started lifting suction bucket jacket foundations, built for Vattenfall's European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC), at the Port of Tyne’s Northumbrian Quay in North Shields.
Massachusetts electric distribution companies Eversource Energy, National Grid and Unitil have extended the date for selection of offshore wind projects under the Section 83C of the Green Communities Act from 23 April to 23 May due to multiple reasons, including the fact that there are some 20 proposals and some of them require more time due to their complexity.
The UK government should establish a new 60 percent UK content target for British offshore wind projects, according to former UK Energy Minister Michael Fallon.
James Fisher and Sons has reported a revenue that climbed 9% in 2017 compared to the previous year, exceeding GBP 500 million for the first time. With an underlying operating profit of GBP 55.8 million, the company marked a 10% increase from GBP 50.8 million posted for 2016. Three out of four James Fisher's business divisions saw a boost in their profits, with the Marine Support division – which serves the offshore renewables sector – leading with an increase of 17%.
Turkish government will hold the country's first offshore wind tender this year, with the tender details set to be disclosed in the spring, Turkey's Energy Minister Berat Albayrak announced on 22 February, according to Anadolu Agency (AA) and Daily Sabah. Turkey's first offshore wind farm will be installed in the Aegean Sea, Daily Sabah writes.
Dutch heavy transportation and lifting company ALE has lifted the second section of a telescopic tower of the first self-installing telescopic offshore wind turbine at the Arinaga port, Gran Canaria. The works are being carried out under the Horizon 2020 Elisa/Elican project, which will result in installing the structure with a 5MW wind turbine off Gran Canaria next year.
Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Ltd. is setting up two funds to support the local communities living close to the onshore infrastructure of the 860MW wind farm located some 32km offshore Lincolnshire, UK.
After inviting requests to participate in the tender for the supply and installation of the Northwester 2 offshore high voltage substation (OHVS) in late November, Parkwind recently updated the selection guide with more specifics on the selection process and information to be provided by interested parties.
Allen Archaeology is undertaking a series of geoarchaeological investigations during this and next week as part of onshore survey works on the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm.
Atkins is designing foundations for Triton Knoll's 90 MHI Vestas V164-9.5MW turbines and two offshore substations, which have the potential to be lighter than any currently installed in comparable site conditions, the UK-based designer said.
German utility innogy has maintained the yearly outlook for the Renewables division's business performance despite a 20% drop in division's Adjusted EBIT in the first three quarters of 2017.
The Triton Knoll team, which won the UK's Contract for Difference (CfD) for its 855MW offshore wind farm in September, plans to continue using Shoreline's installation and O&M simulation tools as the project moves forward and into construction.
DONG Energy will start trading under the ticker symbol Orsted as of 31 October, after the shareholders approved the plan to change the company's name to Ørsted.
Lincolnshire-based company Allen Archaeology is currently carrying out a series of rapid walkover surveys at selected locations along the route of the Triton Knoll onshore cable corridor.
K2 Management has won a contract to deliver an independent technical and commercial advisory mandate for the 860MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm in the UK.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has extended the charter agreement for Eidesvik Offshore's vessel Acergy Viking for a period of two years.
On 12 October, innogy issued its first Green Bond worth EUR 850 million and will use the proceeds to refinance four offshore wind farms in the UK and Germany and one onshore wind farm in the Netherlands.
Sometimes, one can be reading a map only to end up in space, which is not a bad thing at all if that is where they want to go. However, we ought to make sure where we are and which road we need to take to reach our “outer space” goals. Luckily, the second day of the Offshore Wind Conference (OWC) in Amsterdam gathered speakers who can guide us through the offshore wind journey.
The second day of the Offshore WIND Conference, chaired by Mike Blanch – Associate Director at BVG Associates – started with this morning's session called "Future forecast: reading the map", which addressed the path and challenges on the offshore wind road towards 2023, as well as up to 2050 and beyond.
With just a few days to go before the annual Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference kicks off with a bang – or rather with a gala dinner – we are now presenting you Saitec Offshore, one of 11 companies to present at the event’s brand new start-up zone.
The offshore wind giant DONG Energy has changed its name to Ørsted, following the sale of its upstream oil and gas business to INEOS on 29 September and the decision to shift to green energy. While the acronym DONG, which stands for Dansk Olie og Naturgas (Danish Oil and Natural Gas), went in line with the company's business in the past, the name no longer fits the renewable energy player.