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Deep Wind Offshore and EDF Renewables extend offshore wind collaboration in Norway

Renewables energy major EDF Renewables has been working closely with offshore wind developer Deep Wind Offshore in Norway since 2021. The work includes delivering a competitive bid for the Utsira Nord tender. Now, the consortium has signed an agreement also targeting the auction round in 2025. EDF Renewables brings well over a decade of experience … Continue reading Deep Wind Offshore and EDF Renewables extend offshore wind collaboration in Norway

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North Seas Energy Ministers endorse Wind Power Package

In the presence of His Majesty King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands the 10 Energy Ministers of the North Seas Energy Cooperation (NSEC)** met in The Hague yesterday. They agreed a new NSEC Action Agenda for the build-out of offshore wind. This Agenda aims among other things to help strengthen Europe’s wind energy supply chain. In … Continue reading North Seas Energy Ministers endorse Wind Power Package

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Innovative floating wind turbine to begin testing off Norwegian coast

A new floating wind turbine design could soon be floating off the coast of Norway. Oslo-based startup World Wide Wind (WWW) has just been given the green light to test its novel wind turbine design at a site in Vats, southwest Norway.“We are very proud to test our first prototype in cooperation with AF Gruppen … Continue reading Innovative floating wind turbine to begin testing off Norwegian coast

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Octopus Energy backs offshore wind power

Octopus Energy’s generation arm announces its investment in Deep Wind Offshore, an international offshore wind developer with a pipeline of projects in Norway, Sweden, and South Korea.All three countries have vast wind resources and strong governmental support for offshore wind. The company is aiming to build 10 GW of new offshore wind by 2032, with … Continue reading Octopus Energy backs offshore wind power

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Potential of Offshore Wind Energy in Norway

Norway, a country known for its abundant natural resources and breathtaking landscapes, has long been a leader in the renewable energy sector. With a strong commitment to sustainability and a rich history of hydropower production, it comes as no surprise that the Scandinavian nation is now turning its attention to offshore wind energy. As the … Continue reading Potential of Offshore Wind Energy in Norway

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Norway’s massive floating wind turbine wall will be funded by the government this year

Wind Catching Systems, a Norwegian company, is nearing the completion of a massive floating wall of wind turbines that measures over half the length of the Eiffel Tower. Instead of one large turbine with blades of maximum length, the WCS project appears to be a solid wall of 150 wind turbines with rotors up to … Continue reading Norway’s massive floating wind turbine wall will be funded by the government this year

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Nel and Statkraft pave the way for a green hydrogen value chain in Norway

Hydrogen technology company Nel and Europe’s largest supplier of renewable energy, Statkraft, newly signed a contract for delivery of 40 MW electrolysers and will thus collaborate to create a strong value chain for production of green hydrogen in Norway. “We are determined that we will contribute towards making Norway a leading producer of renewable hydrogen, … Continue reading Nel and Statkraft pave the way for a green hydrogen value chain in Norway

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Mainstream Renewable Power, Ocean Winds and Statkraft sign collaboration MoU with Aker Solutions for floating wind at Utsira Nord in Norway

Mainstream, Ocean Winds and Statkraft are in a consortium to pursue an application to develop floating wind power at the Utsira Nord license area in 2023. The consortium and Aker Solutions will together develop sustainable and cost-efficient technologies which include design, construction, fabrication and installation initiatives and other innovative solutions and new technology to lower … Continue reading Mainstream Renewable Power, Ocean Winds and Statkraft sign collaboration MoU with Aker Solutions for floating wind at Utsira Nord in Norway

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Equinor and partners consider 1 GW offshore wind farm off the coast of Western Norway

Equinor and its partners Petoro, TotalEnergies, Shell and ConocoPhillips in the Troll and Oseberg fields, have initiated a study and are looking into possible options for building a floating offshore wind farm in the Troll area some 65 kilometres west of Bergen, Norway. With an installed capacity of about ~1 GW and an annual production … Continue reading Equinor and partners consider 1 GW offshore wind farm off the coast of Western Norway

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Norway could have 14% share of floating offshore wind market by 2050

Menon Economics, an Oslo consultancy, has forecast that floating offshore wind could create more than 50,000 new jobs and win a 5-14% share of the global floating market by the middle of the century.However, to achieve these aims, the sector urgently needs ‘clarification’ on a range of legal and financial issues. Arvind Nesse, Head of … Continue reading Norway could have 14% share of floating offshore wind market by 2050

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Vattenfall and Seagust join forces in Norwegian offshore wind bid

Vattenfall and Norwegian company Seagust have formed a joint venture to bid for offshore wind areas in Norway’s upcoming licensing rounds. The joint venture represents Vattenfall’s entry into the Norwegian wind market.   The joint venture intends to bid on licenses in both the Utsira Nord and Sørlige Nordsjø II areas in the North Sea. … Continue reading Vattenfall and Seagust join forces in Norwegian offshore wind bid

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Aker Offshore Wind, Ocean Winds and Statkraft unite to develop floating offshore wind energy in the Norwegian North Sea

The equal partnership will submit an application to the Norwegian authorities for the development of a commercial scale floating offshore wind farm in the Utsira Nord license area in the Norwegian North Sea. Combining five decades of North Sea expertise in offshore development, execution, and marine operations from the Aker group of companies, the experience … Continue reading Aker Offshore Wind, Ocean Winds and Statkraft unite to develop floating offshore wind energy in the Norwegian North Sea

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Norway: Iberdrola, TotalEnergies and Norsk Havvind join forces for offshore wind energy

Iberdrola, TotalEnergies, and Norsk Havvind have joined forces to respond to the Norwegian authorities’ call for tenders for the development of floating and bottom-fixed wind projects for a cumulated capacity of 4.5 GW at two offshore sites in southern Norway. The consortium will leverage in its offer the proven technical expertise of its members in … Continue reading Norway: Iberdrola, TotalEnergies and Norsk Havvind join forces for offshore wind energy

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Shell plans to bid in Norway’s offshore wind energy tender

Shell teamed up with Norwegian utilities BKK and Lyse to bid in the Nordic country’s first offshore wind power tender expected next year, the companies said on Thursday. Shell has been active in oil and gas extraction on the Norwegian continental shelf for several decades, and like many of its peers sees offshore wind as … Continue reading Shell plans to bid in Norway’s offshore wind energy tender

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bp today agreed to join Statkraft and Aker Offshore Wind to develop offshore wind energy in Norway

The partnership – in which bp, Statkraft and Aker Offshore Wind will each hold a 33.3% share – will pursue a bid to develop offshore wind power in the Sørlige Nordsjø II (SN2) licence area. SN2’s favourable location provides power export access to local and adjacent markets. The consortium also intends to explore opportunities to … Continue reading bp today agreed to join Statkraft and Aker Offshore Wind to develop offshore wind energy in Norway

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Ørsted joins Norwegian offshore wind consortium with Fred. Olsen Renewables and Hafslund Eco

Ørsted joins consortium with Fred. Olsen Renewables and Hafslund Eco establishing a long-term partnership to develop offshore wind pòwer in Norway and to compete in Norway’s upcoming application round for offshore wind areas. The Norwegian part of the North Sea holds great potential for the development of large-scale offshore wind farms that can supply green … Continue reading Ørsted joins Norwegian offshore wind consortium with Fred. Olsen Renewables and Hafslund Eco

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Equinor, RWE and Hydro team up for offshore wind energy in the Norwegian North Sea

Together, the partners have strong expertise in all parts of the offshore wind value chain from development, production, and route to market. Equinor, RWE Renewables and Hydro REIN have signed a collaboration agreement for offshore wind in Norway. The partners will jointly prepare and submit an application to the Norwegian authorities to develop a large-scale … Continue reading Equinor, RWE and Hydro team up for offshore wind energy in the Norwegian North Sea

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Fosen, the largest onshore wind power plant in Europe

The 1.06 GW Fosen complex in central Norway, Europe’s largest onshore wind power project, has seen its latest turbine installed. The last of the 277 wind turbines supplied by Vestas was installed on the Geitfjellet subproject, Recharge reported, citing the majority owner of the project, Norwegian state power company Statkraft. Statkraft CEO Christian Rynning-Tønnesen recently … Continue reading Fosen, the largest onshore wind power plant in Europe

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Nordex wind turbines for wind energy in Sweden, Norway and Finland

At the Nordex Group, the Nordic region includes three primary markets: Sweden, Norway and Finland. Sweden led the way for the Group’s business footprint in this area, opening its doors in 2006. The branch’s headquarters, which also serve the Norwegian branch, can be found in Uppsala, a city in the south east of the country, … Continue reading Nordex wind turbines for wind energy in Sweden, Norway and Finland

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Equinor powers ahead with floating wind power plant

Norway approved on Wednesday Equinor’s 4.8 billion Norwegian crowns ($466 million) plan to build floating offshore wind turbines that will provide electricity to North Sea oil and gas platforms. The long-planned wind energy project is going ahead despite Equinor’s decision to cut investment following a plunge in oil prices that has reduced the company’s cash … Continue reading Equinor powers ahead with floating wind power plant

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