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Standardisation and investment needed to unlock future of floating wind

The Engineer 30 May 2024
The research, developed in partnership with Norwegian Offshore Wind and World Forum Offshore Wind (WFO), surveyed 184 floating offshore wind stakeholders on industry sentiment and attitudes across the value chain ... floating offshore wind.
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Eidgrid's annual revenue up 32% as power demand rises

RTE 30 May 2024
EirGrid Group, which operates the electricity grids on the island of Ireland, ... The first offshore renewable electricity support scheme auction was also run on behalf of the Government during the year.
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Would offshore wind turbines save or ruin the Jersey Shore? Debaters rumble in Berkeley

app 29 May 2024
The state agency held the event to collect public feedback on permit applications for proposed landfall sites for cables that, if approved, will transmit electricity from the Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind South project to the mainland power grid.
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Beatrice offshore windfarm pays £33m after breaching market rules

AOL 28 May 2024
Watchdog Ofgem said on Tuesday that Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (Bowl) had agreed to make the redress payment in response ... “Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited accepts that it breached one of its electricity generation licence conditions.
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Environmental study clears the way for Gulf of Maine offshore wind research lease

Bangor Daily News 28 May 2024
The state of Maine has proposed putting 12 offshore wind turbines producing 144 megawatts of electricity atop University of Maine-developed floating platforms, and the state can move forward after the ...
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UK Wind Farm to Pay $42 Million for Breaching Market Rules

Oil Price 28 May 2024
Electricity generator Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (BOWL) has accepted that it breached one of its ...
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Offshore Wind Turbines Market to Reach $26.49 Billion by 2030: Key Insights, Drivers, and Forecast

GetNews 28 May 2024
The growing global demand for electricity, coupled with the need for energy security and diversification, is driving investments in offshore wind farms ... Europe is expected to be the second-largest market for offshore wind turbines.
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BOEM Releases Final Environmental Statement on First NJ Offshore Wind Farms

The Maritime Executive 28 May 2024
offshore wind projects ... Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind, a joint venture ... If approved, the two projects could generate about 2,800 megawatts of electricity, enough to power almost one million homes.
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Australian offshore energy storage project undertaken by Chinese company starts construction

ECNS 28 May 2024
(ECNS) -- The Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC) project of Templers energy storage offshore in South Australia, contracted by China Energy Engineering Group's Shanxi Electric Power ...
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The solution to the urban doom loop is right beneath our feet

Business Insider 28 May 2024
Drawing electricity from the increasingly decarbonized New England grid, powered by solar and offshore wind, the utility will use the energy to boil water and then deliver steam directly to Boston ...
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Cochin Shipyard Ltd bags another international order from North Star Shipping

Beijing News 27 May 2024
Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) has bagged another international order from its existing UK-based offshore renewable operator, North Star Shipping for the construction of hybrid Service Operation Vessels (SOVs), the company said in a statement.
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Energy options and energy policy

The Irish Times 27 May 2024
It is irresponsible to ignore the possibility or probability that we will miss our commitment to 70 per cent renewable electricity by 2030. Delays in introducing enabling legislation for offshore wind ...
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Offshore wind bill passes in the Delaware Senate. Here's what that means

Delaware Online 24 May 2024
Although utility companies are not required to opt in to procuring offshore wind energy, Amendment 1 placed a requirement that any municipal electric utility company or rural electric cooperative that ...
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Crown Estate launches $63m UK offshore wind supply chain accelerator

Splash24/7 24 May 2024
The UK’s offshore wind pipeline grew by 10GW in 2023 to 93GW, with the sector producing 49TWh of electricity last year while some 125GW could be needed by 2050 to meet net zero.

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