Wind Power

Ulstein Delivers for BS Offshore

The first of two service operation vessels (SOV) ordered in 2015 by Bernhard Schulte Offshore (BS Offshore) and its client Siemens from Ulstein Verft in is now completed,

Plan to Develop Wind Energy Offshore Hawaii Announced

As part of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan to create American jobs, develop clean energy sources and cut carbon pollution, U.S. Secretary of the Interior

Maritime Projects Continue Shaping Rhode Island’s Future

When I visit Rhode Island, one of the first things I notice its extensive water resources available for tourism, sports and commerce not to mention the ability

Severe Weather Forecast for Port Kembla, Australia

The Harbour Master at Port Kembla has issued a notification of potential severe weather forecast for the next 72 hours (18-21 June). The port remains open and conditions will be monitored closely.

Siemens/Gamesa Interested in Buying Adwen

The new wind joint venture created by the merger of Spanish wind group Gamesa and the wind operations of Siemens is interested in buying French nuclear company

Aerial Drones Inspect UK Windfarms

Cyberhawk Innovations, a company in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) inspection and survey as well as the conversion of drone-captured data into powerful asset information,

GE Mulls Offshore Wind JV Adwen

General Electric is in talks with the French state and several companies about acquiring Areva-Gamesa's offshore wind joint venture Adwen, GE chief Jeff Immelt told French daily Le Figaro.

Canada's Clean Energy Spending Collapses

Spending on clean energy projects in Canada fell 16 percent in 2015 compared with the record investments of the prior year and a renewed push to cut emissions may not lead to a rebound until 2018,

CWind Wins O&M Contract at Humber Gateway OWF

CWind, a  provider of services to the offshore wind industry, has announced that it has won a contract from E.ON to undertake the annual inspection and repair services

Carousel Acquisition Marks ESS, Bibby Collaboration

Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has agreed the sale of an 800-ton carousel to Bibby Offshore Limited. Carousels are used in the storage and transportation of subsea cables,

China Three Gorges to buy German Wind Park

China Three Gorges, which operates the world's largest hydropower plant on China's Yangtze river, will buy German offshore wind park Meerwind from U.S. buyout firm Blackstone,

Volvo Penta Powers Njord Offshore Crewboats

Njord Offshore’s two latest 26m offshore crew vessels (24 pax), equipped with Volvo Penta’s IPS900 Quad drives, are now ready for heavy-duty use in the North Sea.

Offshore Wind to Compete with Fossil Fuels -DONG CEO

DONG Energy's Chief Executive Henrik Poulsen said renewable energy like wind will be produced at a lower cost in the future.   "I have no doubt that costs of

Tekmar Trial Proves Successful at The Underwater Center

Tekmar Energy, which supplies cable protection systems (CPS) to the offshore windfarm industry, has carried out a full-scale demonstration of its products at The Underwater Center,

DONG Energy Shares Jump after European IPO

Shares in DONG Energy jumped more than 10 percent on Thursday after the Danish utility and wind farm developer pulled off Europe's biggest stock market flotation this year.

DONG Energy Narrows IPO Pricing Range

Danish utility and offshore wind farm developer DONG Energy has narrowed the price target for the company's share sale in Copenhagen, cutting off the top end of range,

Offshore Wind can Compete with Coal, Gas by 2025

Firms see price at 80 euros per megawatt hour. Eleven energy and technology firms said on Monday offshore wind can be as cheap as gas and coal within a decade,

Bonnie Again Becomes Tropical Storm

Bonnie returned to tropical storm status after weakening earlier this week, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Friday. The first tropical storm to reach the United States this year,

Jee Evaluates Array Cable Risk in UK

Jee Ltd, a subsea cable specialist engineering company, has completed a project for a wind farm operator to assess the risks to the array cables within a UK offshore wind farm.

MacGregor Winches for Wave Energy Capture

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has won an order to supply highly-specialised winches for a pilot project using an innovative system that generates electricity from waves.

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