Developers of the Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Farm (PFOWF) have been granted planning permission in principle from Highland Council for planned onshore infrastructure.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP)
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has acquired 50% of Statkraft’s 2.2GW offshore wind portfolio under development in Ireland.
Developer Ørsted (ORSTED:CPH) and investor Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) have joined forces to develop gigawatts of new offshore wind projects in Danish waters.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has reached final close on the world’s largest clean hydrogen fund.
Developers of the Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Farm (PFOWF) have submitted revised plans for the scheme with Scottish regulators, halving the proposed site area without any loss of capacity.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has unveiled plans to build an artificial island in the Danish North Sea, where it would cluster large-scale green hydrogen facilities powered by offshore wind.
After a decade of languishing in the doldrums, the US offshore wind industry is picking up steam as it races to meet new installation targets set by the Biden administration.
Successful bidders including SSE Renewables and BlueFloat Energy have signed option agreements with Crown Estate Scotland (CES) for floating offshore wind sites secured as part of the ScotWind auction round.
One of the big winners in the ScotWind leasing process already has its sights on securing future offshore wind opportunities.
The results of Scotland's first offshore wind leasing round in more than a decade are expected to be released in a matter of days.
Developers behind plans to build the "world’s largest" floating wind farm off Scotland’s north coast have struck a deal to work with a nearby port.
Plans have been officially unveiled for a new floating wind farm that could supply power to more than half of the homes in the Highlands.
SSE Renewables, Japanese conglomerate Marubeni Corporation (Marubeni) and Danish fund management company Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) have announced that up to £15 billion would be added to the Scottish economy by their proposed offshore wind projects in Scotland via the Crown Estate Scotland’s seabed leasing process.
A ScotWind partnership, led by SSE Renewables, has teamed up with the University of Highlands and Islands (UHI) to help develop the skills of the future.
Plans for a floating offshore wind farm off the north coast of Scotland that appeared to have fallen by the wayside have resurfaced.