Offshore Wind Supply Chain Organizations Work Together To Build an Offshore Wind Supply Chain and U.S. Network
The Business Network for Offshore Wind (The Network) and the Maine Ocean & Wind Industry Initiative (MOWII) are pleased to work cooperatively to build an offshore wind supply chain and a larger U.S. Network through working together on the 2016 International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF). The 2016 IPF will take place in Newport, Rhode Island from October 2-5. Details may be found at: www.2016IPF.com
With More Than 3.7 GW of New Capacity Added, 2015 Was Record Year for the Offshore Wind Energy Market, According to Navigant Research
Over 65 percent of offshore wind capacity was installed in Germany in 2015, report finds
GE to Provide 1GW Wind Converters and Become Key Technology Partner to Sewind, One Of China's Largest Offshore Turbine Suppliers
• GE 's LV3 wind converters to become one of the key components of Sewind's offshore wind turbines, with a total installed capacity of 1GW • The LV3 converters will be manufactured in China for China, deepening GE's commitment to the region • GE's strong local presence and technological know-how in the renewables space makes it the ideal partner of choice for Chinese industry
By Camille von Kaenel and ClimateWire: The Department of Energy has awarded around a half-million dollars to New York, Maine, Rhode Island and Massachusetts state organizations to cooperate on scaling up the offshore wind industry in the region. Under the leadership of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), the group will lay out a collaborative road map by the end of the year on how to build up the new industry. The project largely aims to reduce the cost of offshore wind projects, which has been a barrier to development, and establish a regional supply chain. Industry and state representatives learned about the federal grant at the first-ever offshore wind summit hosted by the White House yesterday. Offshore wind has struggled to take off in the United States. Europe, meanwhile, has more than 80 offshore wind farms with more than 10,000 megawatts of capacity. The White House summit marks a renewed effort to get the industry going in the United States, said various attendees. Cont'd...
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Atlantic Wind Transfers, Blount Boats and Deepwater Wind welcome key US offshore wind supply chain players to official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
by ARATA YAMAMOTO for NBC News: Engineers in Japan have installed the world's largest floating wind turbine, a towering 344-foot structure that is billed as being able to withstand 65-foot waves and even tsunamis. The 7 megawatt turbine was fastened to the seabed last week by four 20-ton anchors about 12 miles off the Fukushima coast. Its installation was delayed four times because of consecutive typhoons in the region. But one of its chief engineers, Katsunobu Shimizu, told NBC News that the turbine — which is about the same height as London's St. Paul's Cathedral — would be able to withstand even the most extreme conditions. "These turbines and anchors are designed to withstand 65-foot waves," Shimizu said during a sea tour of the turbine given from a boat off the coast. "Also, here we can get 32-foot-tall tsunamis. That's why the chains are deliberately slackened." If a large wave were to push the turbine up, down or to the side, the loose chains connecting the structure to the seabed would give it the freedom to move without being damaged, he said. Cont'd...
By Madeleine Cuff for Business Green: The offshore wind industry is set for a bumper 12 months, as the latest figures from the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) reveal installations in the first half of this year hit record levels. As several projects reached completion and larger, more powerful turbines were deployed, new installations hit 2,342.9MW, triple the grid-connected capacity added in the same period last year. The surge in new projects makes the first six months of 2015 more successful than any other full year on record, in terms of installed capacity. Some 584 new offshore wind turbines have been connected to the European grid so far this year, while the average turbine size has risen from 3.5MW to 4.2MW as manufacturers continue to develop more powerful turbines capable of capturing greater amounts of wind energy, the report said. Total offshore wind capacity across Europe has now reached 10,393.6MW, it added. Cont'd...
More comprehensive package tenders set to drive industry collaboration
By Richard Valdmanis for Reuters: Rhode Island's Deepwater Wind began installing the foundations for North America's first offshore wind farm on Monday, a milestone the company says could pave the way for an industry long established in Europe but still struggling with opposition in the United States. The 30-megawatt wind farm, which will include five turbines located three miles (4.8 km) off the coast of the bucolic summer tourist destination of Block Island, will take more than a year to build and is scheduled to produce electricity for the tiny island community and the mainland by the end of next year. "Our belief is once Block Island is up and running, it will bring offshore wind from theory to reality in the United States and open up opportunities to build larger projects," said Jeffrey Grybowski, Deepwater Wind's CEO. Cont'd...
• First commercial offshore project of the Siemens D6 platform • 6 MW direct drive turbines in a large scale project for the first time • Siemens to service Westermost Rough for 5 years • Eco-friendly power for 150,000 British households
The Gemini Offshore Wind Farm has agreed a contract to become the first commercial users of Windnova, brand new project management software, designed specifically for the offshore wind sector.
State-of-the-art solutions for turn-key offshore wind grid connections on display ---- Ready to support ongoing and upcoming Offshore Wind Projects with investments, long term commitment and enhanced turn-key capabilities
"NORCOWE is pleased to welcome AXYS as a new partner in the centre"
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