Wind Power

A2SEA Signs for Dudgeon

  Dudgeon Offshore Wind Limited has awarded the Charter for WTG transport and installation to A2SEA A/S. A2SEA shall provide the jack-up vessel Sea Installer

Ballast Nedam Wins Subsea Inspection and Maintenance Contract

Ballast Nedam has been awarded the contract for the subsea inspection and maintenance of Offshore Wind Farm Butendiek by OWP Butendiek GmbH & Co KG, a company managed

Using ASVs to Reduce the Cost of Offshore Wind Energy

ASV in association with Planet Ocean are investigating how Autonomous Surface Vehicles (ASVs) can be used to reduce the cost of tasks related to the construction,

South Africa's Eskom Powers Up Wind Farm

South African power utility Eskom said on Thursday it had plugged its wind farm into the national grid, the first major step in a drive to reduce heavy reliance

Wind Blows Away Fossil Power in the Nordics, the Baltics Next

Rising wind power output pushes Nordic prices down Low power prices cut gas, coal power profitability Denmark, Finland seen shutting abt 2,000 MW

Senegal to Award Two Offshore Oil Blocs by Year-End

Senegal will award two offshore oil blocs before the end of the year, the head of state-run hydrocarbons corporation Petrosen said on Wednesday, days after Cairn

More Demand Boosts Czech, Slovak Day-Ahead Prices

Russian gas flows via Ukraine stable on Tuesday Serbian water levels forecast mainly flat Wind generation forecast steady at 2.2 GW Czech and

Offshore Wind Farms the Future

Statkraft predicts far more offshore wind farms Turbines, dams must be more robust for extreme weather Firm developing world's biggest wind park

Curve Back to Unchanged After Early Dips

German Cal 15 rebounds after early falls, heavy sales Oil, gas, coal all at multi-year lows Spot eases on more supply European forward power

Skanska, Ecotricity Launch UK Onshore Wind Venture

Construction firm Skanska and British green energy company Ecotricity have formed a joint venture aimed at building onshore wind farm projects in Britain worth 500 million pounds ($797.

Czech, Slovak Day-Ahead Prices Up On Wind Power Drop

Polish outages forecast steady for Tuesday at 5.2 GW Hungarian system remains tight Russian gas flows to Europe via Ukraine steady Czech and

Drydocks World's to build BorWin3

Drydocks World signed an agreement today with Petrofac to build the BorWin3 high voltage direct current (HVDC) converter platform in the North Sea, named BorWin gamma.

Low Demand, Weather Pushes Spot Prices Lower

Wind generation forecast to east to 1.5 GW; Hungarian import capacity from Slovakia remains limited. Flows of Russian gas via Ukraine stable on Friday.   Central

Scotland Gives Go-Ahead for Four Offshore Wind Farms

2.3 GW total capacity enough to power 1.4 million homes; Companies can apply for renewable subsidy scheme. The Scottish government has given the green light

Spot Gains, Low Wind Offsets Lower Demand

Hungarian import capacity from Slovakia near zero; high spot price bolsters Hungarian curve. CEE November capacity auction results published. Central European

3sun Group Appoints Commercial Director

3sun Group, a specialist provider of products and services to the global energy industry, has appointed Dene Heywood as commercial director. Operating in the

Czech and Slovak Spot Prices Fall on Ample Wind Power, Hungary Gains

Polish utilities to have 5.2 MW offline on Thursday Hungarian supplies remain tight Wind generation pegged at 6.5 gigawatts Health wind generation

French Premium Narrows on Warmer Weather

Temperatures to rise in France, demand seen down German wind power output seen down by 4.3 GW The French premium over German spot prices narrowed on Tuesday,

NRG Systems, FLiDAR in Offshore Partnership

US-based Renewable NRG Systems and Belgium’s FLiDAR has announced  that they have entered an exclusive partnership for the distribution of FLiDAR’s offshore wind measurement buoys in the Americas.

Verbund to Shed French Power Plants

To sell two plants to KKR at around 150 mln eur book value; deal to close by year's end pending regulatory approval. Austrian utility Verbund said on Monday

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