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Neoenergia, Prumo sign MoU for green H2, offshore wind in Brazil

Renewables Now 30 Sep 2022
... the generation of green hydrogen and offshore wind power in Rio de Janeiro's north region ... The last one also includes an offshore wind scheme. Join Renewables Now's free daily newsletter now! ....
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Manor Renewable Energy doubles fleet size via acquisition

Renewables Now 28 Sep 2022
MRE offers temporary power and engineering solutions for the offshore renewables industry to support the development, construction and maintenance of wind, wave and tidal projects ... Join Renewables Now's free daily newsletter now! ....
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Scotland’s 1.1-GW Inch Cape offshore wind project to use Vestas turbines

Renewables Now 28 Sep 2022
Denmark's Vestas Wind Systems A/S (CPH.VWS) said today it has been selected as the preferred wind turbine supplier for the 1.1-GW Inch Cape offshore wind farm project in Scotland ... Join Renewables Now's free daily newsletter now! ....
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BW Ideol, Taiya form floating wind tie-up to bid in Taiwanese tenders

Renewables Now 27 Sep 2022
Floating wind technology developer BW Ideol (OSE.BWIDL) said on Monday it has teamed up with Taiwan’s Taiya Renewable Energy to develop demo and commercial-scale floating offshore wind projects to take part in tender rounds in Taiwan ... offshore wind project.
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UK to ease onshore wind permitting with new infrastructure reforms

Renewables Now 26 Sep 2022
The time for awarding Development Consent Orders (DCOs), meanwhile, will be also addressed as it has increased by 65% between 2012 and 2021, with offshore wind farms waiting up to four years to get through the planning process, the government pointed out ... At present, the country has 8 GW of offshore wind capacity under construction.
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Siemens Gamesa Taiwan nacelle factory to become three times larger

Renewables Now 22 Sep 2022
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SA (BME.SGRE) on Wednesday officially started construction works to expand its offshore wind turbine nacelle assembly factory in Taiwan, aiming to serve the growing domestic market and the Asia Pacific region ... Currently, the Taichung plant is the largest base for offshore wind turbine nacelle assembly in Taiwan.
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Nova Scotia to pursue 5 GW of offshore wind leases by 2030

Renewables Now 21 Sep 2022
The eastern Canadian province of Nova Scotia on Tuesday announced a target to offer leases for 5 GW of offshore wind by 2030 to drive green hydrogen production for local use and for export ... Offshore wind projects will be ... Join Renewables Now's free daily newsletter now! ....
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GWEC, IRENA, Denmark set up alliance to push for 380 GW of offshore wind by 2030

Renewables Now 20 Sep 2022
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and the government of Denmark are forming a new Global Offshore Wind Alliance (GOWA) with the ambition to help the world install 380 GW of offshore wind by 2030 ... Denmark built the world’s first offshore wind farm in 1991.
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Qair to embark on waste-to-energy project near London

Renewables Now 19 Sep 2022
The purchase of Britaniacrest Recycling was finalised last week, Qair said without disclosing the value of the investment ... The company, along with partners, was awarded the rights to develop 2 GW of offshore wind projects in the country. Join Renewables Now's free daily newsletter now! ....
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Prysmian wins EUR-800m cable order for two German offshore wind links

Renewables Now 15 Sep 2022
Italian cable manufacturer Prysmian SpA (BIT.PRY) has been awarded contracts for the DolWin4 and BorWin4 offshore wind grid connections in the German North Sea, each of 900 MW, by transmission system operator Amprion GmbH, the parties said today.
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Rhode Island breaks ground on terminal for offshore wind

Renewables Now 14 Sep 2022
Rhode Island governor Dan McKee along with a number of officials on Monday broke ground on Phase 1 of the South Quay Marine Terminal project, which will create a wind turbine staging area to support the offshore wind industry.
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Ireland pledges to increase offshore wind power in ‘peace project’

Belfast Telegraph 12 Sep 2022
Ireland has pledged to increase its offshore wind power following an agreement with other EU energy ministers from coastal states ... The group, which includes Ireland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark, aims to promote offshore wind energy and develop offshore grids. It aims to make offshore wind energy one of the major sources of power within Europe.
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Wildfire preparedness level raised as resource needs grow

Capital Press 12 Sep 2022
Risk is expected to drop closer to normal in most of these areas by October, though above-normal potential likely will persist in Northern California areas with offshore winds that blow from land to the ocean. Sign up for our newsletters. Sign up for our newsletters ... Sign up for our Top Stories newsletter.
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Shell partners with Green Tie Capital on 2 GWp of solar projects in Spain

Renewables Now 07 Sep 2022
In 2018, the company entered the local renewables market ... Earlier this year, the multi-energy giant signed an agreement with Spanish renewables developer Capital Energy to jointly study opportunities in the offshore wind market in Spain and Portugal. Join Renewables Now's free daily newsletter now! ....
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SK joins TotalEnergies-Corio offshore wind partnership in Korea

Renewables Now 06 Sep 2022
SK ecoplant, a construction engineering company part of SK Group, will buy a stake in a 2-GW-plus offshore wind project portfolio in South Korea and thus join its development alongside TotalEnergies SE (EPA.TTE) and Corio Generation ... newsletter now! ....

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