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    Osiris Projects rebrands as Bibby HydroMap

    Osiris Projects is rebranding as Bibby HydroMap as of the 26th March 2015. A specialist seabed survey company, the UK based Osiris Projects, was acquired by Bibby Line Group in 2012 but has continued... read more
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    Thomas Becker steps down

    European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) CEO Thomas Becker is stepping down as the head of the association for personal reasons after two years of service. read more
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    Joining forces

    In March, the offshore wind industry’s big get-together was hosted in Copenhagen. Once again, the focus was on reducing costs. Of course, tightening the cost-cutting screw is getting more and more... read more

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    Hofor and wpd establish Danish offshore consortium

    Hofor and wpd have signed a strategic partnership agreement to develop offshore wind energy in Denmark. Together, the companies will participate at the tender that comprises six near shore wind farms... read more
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    Bladt celebrates anniversary

    On 1st March, the Danish steel construction company Bladt Industries celebrated its 50th anniversary and its development from a small steel constructor to an international player in several fields. read more
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    Vattenfall wins concession for Horns Rev 3

    Vattenfall has won the concession to build and operate the offshore wind farm Horns Rev 3 outside the Danish west coast. The offered price of 77 ore/kWh (10,3 €-ct/kWh) was the most competitive bid. read more
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    First U.S. offshore wind farm achieves financial close

    As first U.S. offshore wind farm, Block Island, has successfully reached financial close. Deepwater Wind will finance the US$ 290 million project through Mandated Lead Arrangers Société Générale of... read more
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    Dong Energy chooses Vestas’ turbine for Walney Extension

    Just one month after Dong Energy had decided to install offshore wind farm Burbo Bank Extension with Vestas turbines the next contract is already waiting. For Walney Extension Dong is banking on MHI... read more
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    Larger turbines make offshore wind cheaper

    The cost of energy from offshore wind has come down from 136 £/MWh in 2011 to 121 £/MWh for projects delivered or moving to construction between 2012 and 2014. The biggest single contribution to cost... read more
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    East Anglia ONE Offshore Windfarm secures 714 MW contract

    ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) has hailed a major breakthrough in efforts to reduce the costs of offshore wind after the East Anglia ONE project successfully secured a Contract for Difference (CfD) in... read more

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