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TotalEnergies hails 1st power from 640-MW Yunlin offshore wind farm

Renewables Now 30 Nov 2021
Despite the challenges caused by the pandemic on construction activities, the combined efforts of all stakeholders, leveraging wpd and TotalEnergies’ expertise in offshore activities, made the start of electricity production from this offshore wind farm possible” said Julien Pouget, senior vice president renewables at TotalEnergies.
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Shell JV gets licence for 420 MW of Korean floating wind

Renewables Now 30 Nov 2021
A joint venture between Royal Dutch Shell (AMS.RDSA) and CoensHexicon Co Ltd has secured an electricity business licence for 420 MW of floating wind generation offshore South Korea, a third of its planned 1.3-GW project off the coast of Ulsan ... South Korea aims to deploy 12 GW of offshore wind by 2030.
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UK hands out record fine over energy cable delays

Urdu Point 30 Nov 2021
The redress package "holds both National Grid Electricity PLC and Scottish Power Transmission PLC responsible for the late delivery", it added. The Western Link project, worth about 1.2 billion, is designed to transport electricity -- often from renewable sources like offshore wind farms -- between Scotland and Wales.
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National Grid and Scottish Power to pay £158 million for subsea project delays

Belfast Telegraph 30 Nov 2021
Ofgem said an investigation found that National Grid Electricity Transmission and the Scottish Power business were ultimately responsible for lengthy delays to the Western Link project, which was finally completed in June 2019 ... Electrical links such as this are seen as being key to helping the UK reach its net-zero emissions targets.
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National Grid, Scottish Power fined $211 mln for subsea cable delay

Reuters 30 Nov 2021
Nov 30 (Reuters) - National Grid and Scottish Power have been fined 158 million pounds ($211 million) by Britain's energy regulator for a two-year delay to the Western Link transporting electricity from Scotland to Wales and England ... It was designed to transport electricity, often from green sources like offshore wind, from Scotland to Wales.
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EDF to buy power from RWE offshore wind farm on UK coast

FX Empire 30 Nov 2021
PARIS (Reuters) – French utility EDF on Tuesday said it had signed a 15-year power purchase agreement with Germany’s RWE to purchase renewable electricity from a major offshore windpark in on the British coast ... (Reporting by Tassilo Hummel; Editing by GV De Clercq). Advertisement ... Sign Up. Latest Articles ... Loading ... ....
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Key Capture Energy’s 40MWh New York BESS will provide ‘insights and learnings’ for much bigger projects

Energy Storage News 30 Nov 2021
The Long Island projects we have in development are likely to be closer to eight hours in duration – as that is what is most needed in Long Island to balance the increasing amounts of offshore wind that are about to start entering the electric grid.”.
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Denmark to Hold Lottery to Decide Largest Offshore Wind Farm Contract

The Maritime Executive 29 Nov 2021
Denmark is working to select a developer for the Thor Offshore Wind Farm that will be located approximately 14 miles offshore ... The total investment for the development of this offshore wind farm is projected at more than $2.3 billion with the project slated to supply electricity to around 800,000 Danish households.
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OX2, Alandsbanken tie up in 250-turbine offshore wind project in Finland

Renewables Now 29 Nov 2021
“As the demand for electricity grows and the capacity situation in both Finland and Sweden becomes more acute, Aland’s offshore wind power projects will be very attractive from the electricity market’s point of view,” said Juha Kankanen, investment director of Aland Fondbolag.
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Why conventional floating solar will fail in the ocean, says SINN Power

Solar Builder 29 Nov 2021
“Potential use cases for project developers include the complementation of offshore wind parks to increase baseload capacity, providing RE to aquacultures, the hydrogen production, or simply producing electricity for coastal areas, remote islands, and many more.”.
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The First U.S. Offshore Wind Farm Could Be a Lifeline for Struggling New England Cities

Time 29 Nov 2021
In a matter of months, workers will begin erecting 837-ft.-tall wind turbines for Vineyard Wind, the country’s first commercial-scale offshore wind farm. When fully operational, the plant will generate 800 megawatts of electricity, enough to power 400,000 homes.
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BP to build 'green hydrogen' facility in the North East to help decarbonise industry and ...

The Daily Mail 29 Nov 2021
Oil supermajor BP has announced plans to develop another hydrogen production facility on Teesside ... Big goals ... RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next ... Share ... In addition, BP has officially entered a partnership with the Norwegian energy firm Equinor to develop 4.4 GW of electricity through two offshore wind projects off the East Coast of the United States ... .
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The Energy Bulletin Weekly 29 November 2021

Resilience 29 Nov 2021
The incoming coalition of pro-business Free Democrats, center-left Social Democrats, and environmental Greens plans to have at least 15 million fully electric vehicles on Germany’s roads by the end of the decade ... This high complexity of electrical and electronic systems and their architecture will further increase but must remain manageable.
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Electric cars put our tip Taseko in the fast lane as ...

The Daily Mail 27 Nov 2021
Copper is one of the most widely used metals on earth, found in products from circuit boards to surgical scalpels ... Offshore wind farms use 30 tons of copper per turbine and electric vehicles contain around 180lb of copper, some four times the amount in a conventional car ... In the driving seat ... .
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MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Electric cars put Taseko in fast lane

This is Money 27 Nov 2021
Copper is one of the most widely used metals on earth, found in products from circuit boards to surgical scalpels.� ... Offshore wind farms use 30 tons of copper per turbine and electric vehicles contain around 180lb of copper, some four times the amount in a conventional car.
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