Amid an ongoing interest of the offshore wind sector to raise benchmark for performance and continued cost reduction, Danish manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems announced introduction of a 15 MW wind turbine.
Denmark reached a landmark agreement for the construction of an energy hub in the North Sea, reporting the installment of wind turbines with a combined capacity of 3 GW are expected to be installed in the first phase of the project.
In an effort to enhance an environmentally-friendly recovery from the COVID-19 oubreak, South Korea unveiled a 48.5 trillion plan to develop the world’s largest wind power plant by 2030.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Vestas Wind Systems recently announced that their joint venture “MHI Vestas Japan Co., Ltd.” has commenced operations.
A new initiative which goals to enhance the performance and slash costs for wave energy technology recently received €500,000 from EEA Grants.
OYO joined a geotechnical investigation, signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Japan’s Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) and Fugro, to explore the domestic offshore wind power industry.
Blending green hydrogen production with offshore wind development offers promising prospects, but the high costs still remain a show-stopper at the moment, according to Norway-based energy intelligence firm Rystad.
Danish power company Ørsted has taken final investment decision on the Danish demonstration project H2RES, in Copenhagen, which will use offshore wind energy to produce renewable hydrogen.
Through Innovation Norway, the Norwegian government has approved grants for construction and testing of the green hydrogen offshore energy system, Deep Purple, in Norway.
Newfoundland and Labrador government will offer finacial support to the “Hibernia Project”, in an effort to protect offshore industry.
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