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LM to supply new Envision 4.5MW blades

CHINA: Envision Energy has unveiled a new 4.5MW offshore turbine at China Wind Power 2017 (17-19 October) with GE subsidiary LM Wind Power designing the 71.8-metre blades for it.

Goldwind 6.7MW model to use 75.1-metre LM blade

CHINA: GE-subsidiary LM Wind Power has unveiled a 75.1-metre blade to be used on Goldwind's new 6.7MW offshore wind turbine.

US grant for 100MW site off Vietnam

VIETNAM: The United States' Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has awarded a grant to a Vietnamese power engineering company to support development of a 100MW offshore project.

Hywind floating project starts production

UK: The world's first floating wind farm has started to deliver electricity to the Scottish grid.

Innogy seeks €850m to refinance projects

GERMANY: Innogy has issued a green bond worth €850 million to refinance four offshore projects in the UK and Germany and one onshore site in the Netherlands.

Turning point for Ideol and floating wind

FRANCE: The inauguration today of Floatgen -- a Vestas 2MW turbine on Ideol's ring-shaped concrete platform -- in the port of St-Nazaire marks a "turning point" for floating wind as the sector prepares to enter commercial deployment, according to Ideol CEO Paul de la Guérivière.

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Onshore projects to compete in UK renewables auction for first time

UK: Island wind projects will be able to apply for support in the next contract for difference (CfD) auction to be held in spring 2019.

UK CfD auction announced for spring 2019

UK: The third auction for less established renewable energy sources will be held in spring 2019, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy confirmed today.

Innogy buys Statkraft's Triton Knoll stake

UK: Innogy has become the sole owner of the planned Triton Knoll wind project after buying Statkraft's 50% share in the 860MW site.

China retains top spot in renewable energy market attractiveness ratings

WORLDWIDE: New targets to defer or cancel 106GW of coal-fired capacity, substantial improvement in wind curtailment rates, and a potential ban on internal combustion engine sales, make China the most attractive country for investment in renewable energy, according to new analysis published today.


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