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    Accelerating grid expansion and reducing costs

    A recent study carried out by the German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation shows that significant acceleration and cost reduction can be achieved in the area of offshore grid connections. It also... read more
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    Longest blade in the world presented

    Adwen and LM Wind Power have partnered to lower the cost of energy in offshore wind. LM Wind Power has developed and built a 88.4 meter blade specifically for Adwen’s AD 8-180 wind turbine model. read more
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    Adwen begins testing the AD 8-180 in Bremerhaven

    Adwen has begun testing the drive train of the AD 8-180 at the IWES Dynamic Nacelle Testing Laboratory (DYNALAB) in Bremerhaven. The validation process will continue until the end of the year and... read more

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    Wind measurement campaign with M3EA Wind LiDAR Buoy

    Nass&Wind Smart Services installed its Wind LiDAR Buoy, the M3EA platform, off the coast of Dunkirk in France. The system is now collecting wind data to achieve the set objectives, wind resource... read more
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    Adwen obtains type certificate for new offshore wind turbine

    Monsoon, typhoon or high temperatures and humidity – no problem for their offshore wind turbine AD 5-132, Adwen assures. Now the 5 MW turbine has received the type certification by the independent... read more
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    The Challenges Offshore Wind Faces on the way to Renewable and Clean Energy

    Nowadays, the world has taken an active stance on shift to renewable and clean energy sources. The EU 2030 forthcoming strategic framework, Energy Union Package and the EU capacity targets set for... read more
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    ORE Catapult and Tecnalia to collaborate on offshore wind energy research

    With Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult, UK, and Tecnalia from Spain two of Europe’s leading research centres have committed to work together to take forward offshore renewable energy research... read more
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    Sensitive sediment

    Laying cables across tidal flats is always an act of aggression against the sensitive ecosystem. The offshore wind power industry is working on modern installation methods to minimize the negative... read more
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    New EU project to boost HVDC offshore grids

    The project “PROgress on Meshed HVDC Offshore Transmission Networks” (PROMOTioN) aims to investigate benefits a meshed offshore transmission grid could create. Currently it is the biggest energy... read more
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    EEW has produced the world's heaviest Monopile

    The heaviest monopile for the offshore wind branch ever produced has left the production site of EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH in Rostock. It is designed to be the foundation for a 6 MW turbine... read more

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