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Northland acquires Deutsche Bucht

GERMANY: Canadian firm Northland Power has continued its expansion into the European offshore wind sector, acquiring the 252MW Deutsche Bucht site from Highland Group Holdings.

Vattenfall acquires Atlantis 1 from PNE

GERMANY: Swedish developer Vattenfall has acquired the proposed 594MW Atlantis 1 offshore wind project, ahead of an auction in March.

CIP acquires US offshore project

UNITED STATES: Infrastructure fund management firm Copenhagen Infrastrcutre Partners (CIP) has acquired 100% of OffshoreMW from US private equity firm Blackstone.

Vattenfall acquires Global Tech II

GERMANY: Vattenfall has acquired the Global Tech II project, having bought Northern Energy Global Tech II.

CTG acquires majority stake of WindMW

GERMANY: Chinese developer China Three Gorges (CTG) has acquired a majority interest in German company WindMW -- the development company behind the 288MW Meerwind Sud/Ost project.

Offshore Project Progress - 22 April

EUROPE: Recent updates from three projects in Germany and confirmation Siemens will supply the 309MW Rentel project in Belgium.

Offshore Project Progress - 24 March

WORLDWIDE: Recent project updates from offshore projects around the world, including sites in the UK, Germany, Finland and the US.

Ballast Nedam sells servicing deals to Deutsche Windtechnik

NETHERLANDS: Offshore wind services firm Ballast Nedam has quit the offshore wind sector entirely, following the sale of four servicing contracts to Deutsche Windtechnik.

Offshore Project Progress -- 18 December

EUROPE: Recent project updates from Dong's Hornsea Zone, ScottishPower Renewable's East Anglia Zone, and defeat for Donald Trump in Scotland.

RWE renewables profit triples, issues UK warning

GERMANY: RWE reported a 187.7% increase in operating profit in the first half of 2015, following the completion of the Gwynt y Mor and Nordsee Ost offshore projects, but said policies in the UK could cause developments to be cancelled.

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