Wind Power

Fugro Performs Offshore Wind Farm Review

Fugro has been contracted by Cefas, the scientific advisor to the Marine Management Organization, to undertake a review of post-consent monitoring at 19 U.K. offshore

POSH raises $311m in Singapore IPO

POSH prices IPO at S$1.15 per share, near bottom of indicative range. POSH focuses on service to production, maintenance and is keen on growing offshore accommodation business.

EDF Opens Gas Plant and Wind Farm in Britain

EDF said it had opened its West Burton combined cycle gas turbine power station and its Teesside offshore wind farm in Britain on Wednesday. The West Burton

Rising Renewable Generation Pressures Day Ahead Prices

Central European day ahead power prices eased on Wednesday, though outages in the region helped keep Slovak and Hungarian prices above those in the Czech Republic, traders said.

Three NOAA scientists honored by White House

The White House yesterday awarded three NOAA scientists with Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers. The award is the highest honor given

Pioneering Tech for Offshore Wind Farm Maintenance

James Fisher Renewables pioneers trial of innovative Ship-to-Turbine Oil Change System James Fisher Renewables conducted an innovative trial of Ship-to-Turbine (STT),

Day Ahead Rises Further on Wind, Less Cross-Border Capacity

Central European day-ahead power rose on Monday with import capacity cuts in the region limiting supplies flowing south, boosting Hungarian and Slovak spot prices above those of the Czech Republic,

Maersk Training Launches New GWO Courses

Maersk Training has announced it has launched five new Global Wind Organization (GWO) Basic Safety Training Refresher (BSTR) courses. The new courses cover manual handling,

Act Fast To Curb Global Warming, Or Extract CO2 From Air - UN

 Faster action is needed to keep global warming to agreed limits and delays until 2030 could force reliance on technologies to    extract greenhouse gases from the air, a U.

Europe Power: Spot Down on High Wind Outlook

European spot electricity prices dropped on Friday, primarily due to forecasts for a jump in wind power output in Germany. German baseload for Monday delivery was down sharply at 24.

Prysmian to Boost Submarine Project Capabilities

Cable enterprise vessel to be fully geared for offshore wind farms interconnections Prysmian Group, a company in the energy and telecom cable systems industry,

Acciona Wins Order for 2 Mexican Wind Farms

Spanish renewable energy firm Acciona has won a 20-year contract to build and operate two wind farms in Mexico with a total investment of close to $650 million, the company said on Thursday.

Spot Down on Higher German Solar, Lower Demand

Power demand to drop on end-of-week effect German solar output up, wind down Forecasts for a drop in power demand and a rise in German solar power

Damen Fits New SPS Feet to Wind Turbine Vessel

Damen ARNO Dunkerque, part of the Damen Shiprepair & Conversion Group, has given a new set of feet to what they are caling the world’s first purpose-built offshore

Mexico's Cemex Completes $650 mln Financing for Two Wind Farms

Mexico's Cemex  has completed a $650 million financing deal for two large wind power plants in the northern state of Nuevo Leon, the company said on Thursday, as

CWind Wins 2 Year Siemens Contract

CWind has announced that it has won a renewal of its contact to provide turbine technician services to Siemens. Over the next two years CWind will be providing

Day-Ahead Rises on Steep Drop in Wind Power Supply

Expectations for a steep decline in wind-generated power pushed Czech and Slovak day-ahead prices up on Wednesday, while a plant outage kept spot prices in Hungary relatively high, traders said.

Global Wind Energy Growth Slows

Growth in the wind energy market slowed in 2013 for the first time in more than 20 years led by a fall in U.S. projects while investments fell $600 million to $80.

AXYS to Consult Virginia Offshore Wind Project

AXYS Technologies Inc. said it has been chosen by the Timmons Group as a member of their team recently awarded a research project funded by the Virginia Department of Mines,

Hungary Climbs Higher on Less Supply

Central European day-ahead power prices were mixed on Tuesday with strong renewable supply pulling Czech and Slovak lower and outages lifting Hungary higher, traders said.

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