If approved, Eneco will begin construction on the 800MW green hydrogen plant in 2026.
offshore wind energy
Recent Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) turbine failures – which could end up costing the company more than one billion euros - have caused an understandable stir within the renewable sector.
The remaining turbine of the 67 installed within the Dudgeon field was put in place this week.
The Scottish wind energy sector has received a sizable boost to help maximise production and reduce costs.
In light of recent comments regarding the US President’s focus on America’s oil and gas production and the desire to stoke the flames of the coal industry, Westwood Global Energy Group’s (WGEG’s) World Offshore Wind Market Forecast 2017-2026 decided to explore whether a Trump presidency is good or bad for the USA’s offshore wind industry.
DONG Energy of Denmark has made North Sea renewables history by signing a frame agreement for large turbines that could be worth billions of pounds to Siemens of Germany.
PLANS have been tabled for a £3billion offshore windfarm that could see 277 giant turbines installed nine miles off the Caithness coast.
Donald Trump last night launched an astonishing attack on Alex Salmond - accusing him of being "hell bent" on destroying Scotland.
The Crown Estate has today announced the appointment of Huub den Rooijen as its first head of offshore wind energy.
A GROUP of 19 university researchers have given their thoughts on the possible solutions to the challenge of carbon capture and storage (CCS).
ENERGY Minister Charles Hendry appointed a director at Scottish Power Renewables (SPR) yesterday to lead a taskforce focused on reducing the cost of offshore windpower to £100 per megawatt-hour (MWh) by 2020.
Robert Gordon University's School of Engineering is developing a Masters degree in offshore renewables for delivery (part-time, distance learning), starting in January 2012.
Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) said yesterday that, as UK Government proposals to subsidise wind energy projects currently stood, the company might miss out on support for its £1.3billion Greater Gabbard offshore windfarm.
Environmental experts have given the green light to a massive expansion of offshore windfarms and continued development of North Sea oil and gas reserves.
The Carbon Trust has signed a groundbreaking agreement in offshore wind with five international energy companies: DONG Energy (Denmark), Airtricity Developments (UK), RWE Innogy (Germany), ScottishPower Renewables (UK) and StatoilHydro (Norway).
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