The Borssele 1 and 2 windfarms will be located 22km off the coast...
Turbo Power Systems to Exhibit at Low Carbon Networks and Innovation Conference
Turbo Power Systems (TPS) will be at the Low Carbon Networks and Innovation Conference (LCNI) 2017, between 6-7 December, at stand A01.
Statoil opens 402MW Dudgeon offshore windfarm in UK
Statoil and its partners Masdar and Statkraft have opened the 402MW Dudgeon offshore windfarm in Great Yarmouth, UK.
SMA to provide 1.2GW inverter power for solar projects in Australia
SMA’s Australian unit has entered a set of deals to supply more than 1.2GW of inverter power to around 20 utility scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in Australia.
Atlantis and Duchy of Lancaster sign new deal for Wyre tidal project
Atlantis Resources has signed an agreement with the Duchy of Lancaster for a long-term lease of the riverbed required to build the Wyre estuary tidal barrage and flood protection project in the UK.
India to receive $98m World Bank loan for solarpower projects
The Indian Government has signed a $98m loan agreement with World Bank to support the country’s Shared Infrastructure for Solar Parks Project.
Nordergrunde Offshore Windfarm
Nordergründe offshore windfarm is a 111MW wind project being developed approximately 15km to the north-east of the Wangerooge Island within the German shores of the North Sea.
Full circle: decommissioning the first ever offshore windfarm
Vindeby was the first offshore wind farm ever built, forming the foundation for today’s wind industry. Now Ørsted has decided to decommission the project, but just how much have we learnt from it? Molly Lempriere talks to Ørsted’s Lars Bie Jensen about Vindeby.
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