Wind Power

Vestas Chosen as Partner for Wind Project in Laos

Vestas has been chosen as preferred technology partner for a 600 MW wind project in southern Laos, the Danish wind turbine maker said on Wednesday.   The project,

Subsea 7 Awarded $1bn Wind Farm Offshore UK Deal

Subsea 7 S.A. informed today the details of the major(1) contract award that was first announced on 20 May 2016 . The contract was awarded by Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (BOWL)(2),

Cyclone Roanu kills 21 in Bangladesh

A cyclone battered coastal Bangladesh on Saturday, killing at least 21 people and injuring many more, but has now weakened into a depression that the weather office

Tuco Marine Bags Wind Farm Service Boat Order

Tuco Marine Group of Denmark informs it has inked a new order for its 11-meter wind farm service boat from the ProZero series of fast rescue boats, daughter crafts and workboats.

Saab Seaeye: Meeting the Challenges of Renewables

The renewable industry presents special challenges for underwater robotic vehicle operations with its shallow waters, high currents, intricate structures and, in some locations, unexploded ordnance.

Denmark, US to Partner on Offshore Wind

Denmark and the United States have signed a memorandum to strengthen cooperation on offshore wind energy projects, the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced.

Danish Government Says Wind Power Became Too Expensive

The Danish government said on Friday it wanted to scrap plans to build five offshore wind farms as their output would become too expensive for consumers.   The

Danish Government Wind Power Became Too Expensive

The Danish government said on Friday it wanted to scrap plans to build five offshore wind farms as their output would become too expensive for consumers.   The

Dutch Offshore Wind Tender Attracts Bids

Some of Europe's biggest energy companies, including Shell, RWE and Vattenfall, are competing in a Dutch offshore wind tender seen as one of the biggest green energy

Financing for Dudgeon Wind Farm

* 402MW project co-developed by Masdar, Statoil and Statkraft expected to start commercial operations by the second half of 2017   * First offshore wind project

Shell Bids for Dutch Offshore Wind Farm

Royal Dutch Shell is participating in a consortium bidding in a Dutch government tender to build two 350 megawatt wind farms off the Netherlands' southern coast.

DONG Energy Set for Europe's Biggest Share Float This Year

Danish wind farm developer DONG Energy, which analysts value as high as $13 billion, said on Thursday it plans to list its shares on the Copenhagen stock exchange this summer.

Voith Linear Jet Offers Fuel Savings

Crew transfer vessel operators using the new Voith Linear Jet (VLJ) marine propulsion system can save over £75,000 in fuel costs in a season, the manufacturer claims.

German Govt Proposes Cutting Support For Onshore Wind Energy Starting 2017

The German government has proposed reducing support for onshore wind energy by 7.5 percent for two years from January 2017, according to a draft proposal for a

3sun Group Launches Hull Base

3sun Group, a specialist provider of products and services to the global energy industry, today opens a new base in Hull which aims to provide up to 50 jobs locally.

New Offshore Wind Project Launched in China

Joint venture between European offshore wind pioneer and Chinese shipping giant; China COSCO Shipping and DEME team up to develop offshore wind energy in China   The Belgian dredging,

Gondan to Build Second SOV for Østensjø Rederi

Gondan Shipyard announced that Østensjø Rederi AS has declared the option to build a second service operation vessel (SOV), a sister vessel to the one under construction

Gamesa Beats Forecasts as First Quarter Sales Jump

Spanish wind turbine maker Gamesa said on Thursday its recurrent operating profit rose more than expected in the first quarter to 119 million euros ($135.68 million),

U.S. Mulls 30-Year "incidental strike" Wind Farm Permit

U.S. wildlife managers on Wednesday again proposed granting 30-year permits to wind farms that would forgive them for thousands of eagle deaths expected during

ABS Group Wins Certification Contract for Hornsea Wind Farm

ABS Group Ltd., headquartered in England and a subsidiary of ABS Group of Companies, Inc., has received a contract to provide project certification services from

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