Danish offshore wind developer Ørsted has today revealed updated plans for the Hornsea Project Three Offshore Wind Farm, including a drastic reduction in the number of turbines.
Danish wind firm Ørsted has announced that full power has been achieved at its Race Bank development on the Norfolk coast.
Danish renewables firm Ørsted has announced a slightly higher than expected profit (EBITDA) of £2.64million for 2017.
A boss at Danish energy firm Orsted said today that the oil sector's perceived unpredictable and aggressive nature makes collaboration with renewable power companies difficult.
Offshore wind experts from across Europe will descend on Glasgow tomorrow afternoon to debate the next stages of Scotland’s offshore wind sector.
Construction is underway at the Hornsea Project One development, soon to be the biggest wind farm in the world.
Danish offshore wind firm, Ørsted, have said that they believe Walney Extension Wind Farm will be completed in the second half of 2018.
Danish wind giant Ørsted is reporting a preliminary operating profit (EBITDA) of £2.6billion for 2017.
CEO and executive vice president of Ørsted, Samuel Leupold, has today announced his resignation from the renewable energy developer.
The descendants of Danish scientist Hans Christian Ørsted announced today that they are seeking legal action over the use of their family name by the fourth largest company in Denmark.
The Danish wind developer, Ørsted, will use £1.12billion in green securities to develop new and current wind projects.
Danish company Ørsted, formerly DONG Energy, have signed a deal to divest a 50% share in their 659 megawatt (MW) UK offshore wind farm project at Walney Extension.
Of the decisions to come out of the organisations general meeting today, the name change from DONG Energy to Ørsted was sanctioned by the board of directors.
Denmark’s DONG Energy is changing its name to reflect its new pure play status as a renewables developer.