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International recruitment company Atlas Professionals has won a tender to produce an in-depth report for the Topsector Energy about employment opportunities in the Dutch offshore wind industry.
Offshore wind showed strong signs of progress with 23% generation growth in 2017, but it needs to accelerate even faster to be in line with SDS target, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
An owner of a U.S. Jones Act compliant wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) needs a pipeline of at least 3,500MW of confirmed offshore wind projects on the U.S. East Coast to achieve a reasonable rate of return, a report by GustoMSC has shown.
WindEurope signed the Baltic Sea Declaration on offshore wind in Tallinn, Estonia, on 28 September.
Being a more nascent technology compared to fixed offshore wind, floating wind needs different kind of backing. In the long term, it will be able to compete with fixed offshore wind and other energy technologies, however, until that time the technology needs some additional support.
Business, council and public sector leaders have set out reasons why Great Yarmouth deserves a third bridge.
Damen Shiprepair & Conversion (DSC) has been working on Vole au vent, Jan De Nul’s 140m jack-up vessel purpose built for the installation of new generation offshore wind turbines, as the vessel has been deployed on two installation phases at the Belgian Nobelwind offshore wind farm.
During the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) SNS2017 conference, RenewableUK chief executive Hugh McNeal said the UK energy industry needed to represent itself as one sector containing different technologies, instead of pushing for one technology over others, to maximise job and business opportunities.
Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) has issued a tender for framework contracts with external experts who can support RVO.nl in managing site studies and assist with the tendering procedures during the development of offshore wind farm zones.
US Wind held an informational meeting on 2 February in Baltimore, where the company proposing to build a large-scale offshore wind farm off Maryland met with offshore wind developers, supply chain industry leaders, economic development experts and federal and state agency officials.