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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.

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.

Triton Knoll selects VBMS for cable supply

UK: A subsidiary of marine contractors Royal Boskalis Westminster has been selected to supply and install inter-array cables at the 860MW Triton Knoll wind farm.

Triton Knoll selects MHI Vestas 9.5MW

UK: German developer Innogy has chosen to use MHI Vestas' V164-9.5MW turbine for its CfD-support-winning Triton Knoll offshore project.

REACTION: UK offshore CfD 'breakthrough moment' for industry

UK: Industry leaders have declared the price of new offshore wind in the UK being halved since 2015 "astounding" and a "breakthrough moment".

UK offshore falls to £57.50 in latest CfD round

UK: Dong Energy and EDPR with Engie have secured contract for difference (CfD) deals at £57.50/MWh (€64.10/MWh) in the second auction round, as Innogy's Triton Knoll site also wins support.

Statkraft divests Dogger Bank stake

UK: Norwegian developer Statkraft has exited the Forewind consortium developing the four 1.2GW projects in the Dogger Bank zone.

Statkraft looks to full offshore divestment

NORWAY: Nine months after announcing it would stop investing in offshore wind, Statkraft has agreed with partner Statoil to divest its interest in three UK offshore projects.

Triton Knoll ready for next UK auction

UK: The UK has approved planning for the electrical system of Innogy's 900MW Triton Knoll offshore project, meaning the site is now fully consented ahead of the government's next subsidy auction.

UK industry welcomes £730m for renewables

UK: In the 2016 UK budget, Chancellor George Osborne allocated £730 million (€935 million) for auctions "to back renewables" offering some clarity for the offshore industry.


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