Issues with offshore wind cable protection systems (CPS) that were expected to cost Orsted millions of pounds are not as bad as first thought.
The chief executive of Orsted has underlined the need for a coordinated approach to minimise the impact of Russian sanctions on society.
BP has made a number of senior appointments as it works to deliver its target of 20 gigawatts (GW) of developed renewables by 2025.
Shell is reshuffling its renewables unit after the department’s head said she will step down.
Aberdeen-headquartered OEG Offshore has acquired temporary power, engineering and vessel specialist Manor Renewable Energy.
Manufacturers and developers including Ørsted and Lamprell have signed a series of MoUs and supplier agreements, as both seek to guarantee capacity ahead of a wave of new offshore wind projects.
A “pioneering new company” has been launched in order to deliver offshore electric charging solutions to vessels.
A Mitsubishi-led consortium has dominated Japan’s first-ever fixed-bottom offshore wind auction with record-low prices. The results surprised the industry, but European know-how will still be needed to make the nascent sector a success in Japan.
Ørsted has signed memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with two South Korean utilities which would see the companies collaborate on a proposed 1.6GW offshore wind project.
Orsted has announced that Matthias Bausenwein will return to Europe for family reasons and take on a new role outside of Orsted. He will therefore step down from his position as president of Asia-Pacific and chairman of Orsted Taiwan on 20 January.
Oil and gas giant BP (LSE: BP) has handed out a contract for work on a key North Sea carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.
Wind turbine manufacturing giant Vestas (CPH: VWS) has been named as the most sustainable company in the world for 2022.
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.
For the first time ever, the giant fleet of UK wind farms are earning the government money.
Orsted has taken a final investment decision (FID) on a Northern Irish wind farm that will supply power to Amazon.
It is claimed that low wind speeds may just be one of a “myriad” of factors that have led to truncated green energy production in Europe in recent months.
It’s been 20 years since Ørsted (at that time called Dong Energy, and very much a major oil & gas company) commissioned Vindeby in Denmark, which was the world’s first offshore wind farm. It took another 10 years from this modest start (5MW, powering just 2,200 homes) for the offshore wind industry to really start to take off.
As we close out a year of climate crisis summits, talks and debates, two words stick in my mind: innovation and collaboration.
Dutch marine contractor Van Oord has drafted in the Seajacks Scylla vessel to aid its offshore wind operations in Europe.
The chief financial officer of renewable energy developer Ørsted, Marianne Wiinholt, is to step down in 2022, prompting a hunt for her successor.
The fourth episode of Gigawaters looks to the future, examining how Scotland can make the most of the opportunities presented by floating wind technology.
The world’s biggest offshore wind farm has generated green energy for the first time.
The third instalment of Energy Voice’s Gigawaters podcast explores the futuristic technology that will support Scotland’s offshore wind sector, as guests talk artificial intelligence and robotics, and the innovative companies and individuals hoping to bring them to the market.
A consortium comprised of Ørsted, Falck Renewables and BlueFloat Energy have announced a tie-up with Energy Skills Partnership Scotland (ESP) to help provide the workforce required to construct floating wind farms in Scotland.
Scottish firm Pict Offshore has signed a deal with offshore wind developer Ørsted to deploy an innovative lifting system at New York’s first offshore wind farms.