Offshore Wind Energy

Mammoet finishes transport for Clyde Wind Farm extension in Scotland

Mammoet had to deal with challenging inclines of up to 14% over a 22-kilometer long site road. (Photo: Mammoet)

Mammoet delivered the last wind turbine components for the extension of the Clyde Wind Farm situated near Abbington, Scotland. Energy supplier SSE is currently extending the existing 152 turbine wind farm with an additional 54 turbines. Mammoet was responsible for the transportation of all the turbine components during the construction of the extension that will be finished later this year.

21.07.2017

ABB wins order to support integration of offshore wind energy in the UK

The East Anglia ONE project is expected to provide in total, 714 MW. ABB’s STATCOMs are meant to smoothen out the voltage fluctuations that are an inherent feature of intermittent of Projects like this. (Photo: ABB)

ScottishPower Renewables has placed an order with ABB. Using ABBs technologies the company is hoping to integrate the East Anglia ONE project in the best possible way.

20.07.2017

First LiDAR wind buoys in China

The Fraunhofer IWES LiDAR buoy will measure wind conditions in Chinese waters for the first time. (Photo: Fraunhofer IWES)

Chinese system integrator Titan Technologies Corporation has ordered two Fraunhofer IWES LiDAR measuring buoys for the surveying of the Zhangpu and Changle offshore wind farms planned for off the coast of China's Fujian province. This will be the first time a floating LiDAR system will be used for offshore wind measurements in China.

20.07.2017

Enercon to cooperate with local service providers in India

The German wind turbine manufacturer Enercon has concluded non-exclusive cooperation agreements with three independent Indian service providers: Renom Energy Services, Kintech Synergy, and Powercon Ventures India. The partners will support repair, maintenance and service of wind energy converters which have been set up with Enercon technologies in India.

13.07.2017

First private offshore wind farm in the US moving forward

Dominion Energy Virgina is planning the mid-Atlantic’s first offshore wind project. DONG Energy will help the electic utility company as part of an agreement and strategic partnership. Engineering and development will start immediately.

11.07.2017

Wood Group provides control solution for EDF EN Mexico

EDF EN Mexico's La Mata y La Ventosa wind farm (Photo: EDF EN)

Wood Group’s clean energy business, previously known as SgurrEnergy, has announced that the company provides a control solution for EDF EN Mexico's La Mata y La Ventosa wind farm. It is designed to improve the performance of the wind turbines located in Oaxaca, Mexico.

04.07.2017

DONG Energy inaugurates its Gode Wind 1 and 2 offshore wind farms

WIth an installed capacity of 582 MW the two offshore wind parks Gode Wind 1 and 2 are expected to produce enough power do supply 600,000 german households with clean Energy. (Photo: DONG Energy)

DONG Energy has celebrated the inauguration of the Gode Wind 1 and 2 offshore wind farms at the Danish Embassy in Berlin. With 97 wind turbines and a total capacity of 582 MW, the two offshore wind farms generate enough power to supply approx 600,000 households in Germany annually.

28.06.2017

ABB’s microgrid to power Aruba

A popular tourism destination, Aruba has a peak demand of 134 megawatts currently met by a mix of thermal, wind and solar photovoltaic generation. (Photo: ABB)

The island of Aruba plans to cover half its annual energy need using renewable energy sources and the other half using alternative fuels by 2020. To achieve this goal, they trust on an advanced microgrid solution, provided by ABB. The system will will help WEB Aruba, the islands main power utility, integrate solar and wind energy, forecast and plan better and optimize operations in real-time.

28.06.2017

Vestas upgrades 3 MW platform to 4 MW

The new Vestas V150-4.0/4.2 MW is the highest yield low wind onshore turbine  (Photo: Vestas)

With three new product variants Vestas has upgraded the 3 MW platform to a 4 MW platform, offering double-digit growth in annual energy production (AEP) across all wind classes.

22.06.2017

MHI Vestas launched the world's most powerful wind turbine

The launch of the V164-9.5 MW turbine showcases the proven V164 platform with increased energy output from minimal design changes. (Photo: MHI Vestas)

MHI Vestas launched the V164-9.5 MW wind turbine, signaling the company’s drive to lower the cost of energy for offshore wind.

13.06.2017

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