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16 Dec | Sif to manufacture 58 monopiles for SeaMade Offshore Wind Farm

Sif Holding N.V. announces that Dredging International has awarded to Sif the production of 58 monopiles and the primary steel of the transition pieces for SeaMade offshore wind farm.

14 Dec | Triton Knoll Wind Farm Earthworks

Since the official turf cutting back in September 2018, significant progress is being made on the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm project managed by lead shareholder, Innogy.

12 Dec | SeaTwirls is awarded grant of €433 952 and joins alliance

SeaTwirl has joined the Ocean Energy Scale-Up Alliance (OESA) that has been granted funding from the Interreg North Sea Region.

12 Dec | Attractive refinancing of the Dudgeon wind farm

The owners of the Dudgeon wind farm, Equinor, Masdar and China Resources Group, have signed a hybrid refinancing of GBP 1.4 billion. The refinancing includes commercial bank debt and senior secured notes privately placed with institutional investors.

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11 Dec | Eneco to purchase all green power generated by new Belgian offshore windfarms

Eneco will purchase all the power generated by the Belgian offshore windfarms Seastar and Mermaid (together indicated as ‘SeaMade’) that will be constructed off the coast at Zeebrugge starting 2019. As of 2020 SeaMade's 58 turbines, currently the largest in the world, will supply power for 500,000 households.

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10 Dec | Tractebel acquires Deutsche Offshore Consult

Tractebel acquires Deutsche Offshore Consult GmbH to become leading offshore wind player

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07 Dec | Innovate UK Award Rovco With Second Phase Funding

Rovco have secured second phase funding and partner with ORE Catapult and ScottishPower Renewables. The partnership will support Rovco’s delivery of cutting-edge live 3D vision.

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06 Dec | PGE invites partners to build wind farms in Baltic Sea

  • PGE is launching a search for a strategic partner to prepare, build and operate wind farms in the Baltic Sea with total capacity of up to 2545 MW as the first stage of PGE Group’s offshore programme.
  • PGE intends to eventually sell up to a 50% stake in two special purpose vehicles that are preparing the offshore projects, continuing to operate them with the partner on a joint venture basis.
  • The first electricity from these offshore assets will be delivered in 2025 and the first investment will enter the commercial operation phase the following year. The first stage of PGE’s offshore programme will supply electricity to as many as four million households.