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.
The Australian Clean Energy Council (CEC) has called for a national summit on energy market reform to set the record straight about clean energy in South Australia.
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.
Swedish energy company Vattenfall has decided to invest more than SEK 3 billion ($349 million) in a combined wind farm and technology development centre off the Scottish coast in the North Sea.
Global wind turbine manufacturer Senvion has installed its first 3 MW turbine in North America, the Senvion 3.2M114.
Global technology company Gamesa has has given its European business strategy a boost having entered a new market, the Netherlands, where it will supply 11 MW.