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  • Heavy equipment in high demand

    Built in 2004, Jumbo Javelin is one of the world’s most powerful heavy crane vessels. (Photo: Jumbo)
    When the installation of ­foundations goes like clockwork, investors are ­satisfied. Two Dutch companies ­demonstrate how this can work with monopiles and transition pieces. Read more
  • Vestas to equip Burbo Bank extension

    After Dong Energy and Vestas have been cooperating at the Test Centre in Østerild to develop Vestas’ 8 MW turbine since December 2012, it is not a great surprise that Vestas is supplier of choice for the extension of Dong’s offshore wind farm Burbo Bank. Read more
  • London Array will not be expanded

    The British offshore wind farm London Array will not be expanded for now. The operator consortium of companies Dong Energy, E.ON and Masdar announced that the planned 'Phase Two' of the world's largest wind farm will not be initiated. The project will continue to have an installed capacity of 630 MW for the foreseeable future. Read more
  • “We are not outward-looking enough”

    Norstec is a coalition of companies and organisations working to promote the benefits of developing renewable energy in Europe’s northern seas to a broad, non-specialist audience. Offshore Wind Industry spoke to Norstec’s first Chairman, Areva’s UK Wind Country Director Julian Brown. Read more
  • Alstom to supply turbines to Deepwater Wind

    Alstom has signed its first export contract for the delivery of the Haliade(tm) 150-6 MW with Deepwater Wind in the USA.
    Alstomhas signed a contract to deliver five offshore wind turbines for Deepwater Wind's 30 MW pilot project Block Islandoff the coast of Rhode Island, USA. The project, which will go into operation in 2016, is one of the first offshore wind farms in the USA and also the first offshore project for Alstom's Haliade 150-6 MW. Read more
  • Chinese build-up in offshore wind gains momentum

    The milestone developments and future targets for offshore wind in China.
    As per a new report by Quartz+Coand MEC Intelligence, the recent developments on policy front, local stakeholder ambitions, and project development indicate a shift towards growth in China’s offshore wind Read more
  • Leanwind project to contribute to cost saving

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  • Eemshaven is base port for Borkum Riffgrund 1

    In Eemshaven, the foundations for Borkum Riffgrund 1 are currently being transhipped.
    The Orange Blue Terminal (OBT) at the Dutch port of Eemshaven has taken over transhipment, handling and storage of 77 foundation structures that are intended for the offshore wind farm Borkum Riffgrund 1. Read more
  • Northern HeliCopter stations rescue helicopter on Heligoland

    Northern HeliCopter has stationed a rescue helicopter on Heligoland that needs less than 10 minutes to reach the Heligoland Offshore Cluster.
    On 20 January, Northern HeliCopter GmbHstationed a rescue helicopter on the island of Heligoland. Its primary purpose is to ensure emergency service for the offshore wind farm Amrumbank West. Read more
  • Areva and Gamesa to join forces

    Areva and Gamesa are looking to enrich the offshore industry through a joint venture.
    Areva and Gamesa are planning to establish a joint venture in the area of offshore wind power. The companies announced corresponding negotiations in a joint press statement. The objective is to establish a company in... Read more

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