The world’s most powerful wind turbine blades have entered Belfast Harbour as part of a project to develop an offshore wind farm in the Irish Sea.
CDC Scotland Ltd are attempting to make the offshore wind industry a lot safer and cost effective by introducing two new vessels, now coming to market – the Heron and the Chameleon.
Certification body DNV GL has launched a new joint industry project with thirteen global partners to mutually develop a Recommended Practice for the analysis of floating offshore wind turbines.
The UK Carbon Trust has announced details of a new European phase of its world-leading collaborative research, development and demonstration (RD&D) programme, Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA).
Only one year after the initial investment decision, Siemens has begun construction of its new wind turbine factory at Cuxhaven in Lower Saxony.
Siemens has won an order for the supply, installation and commissioning of 60 6 MW direct-drive offshore wind turbines at the Arkona wind farm site in the German Baltic Sea
Norwegian energy company Statoil has launched a new battery storage solution for offshore wind projects.