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Windpower Offshore Weekly
Windpower Offshore Weekly 23rd February 2017

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Top Stories
EnBW completes financing for 497MW Hohe See  
EnBW completes financing for 497MW Hohe See
GERMANY: Developer EnBW has given its final investment decision on the 497MW Hohe See offshore wind project in the North Sea, as Canadian energy firm Enbridge acquires a 49.9% stake.
 
JDR Cables named preferred supplier in Maryland  
JDR Cables named preferred supplier in Maryland
UNITED STATES: UK firm JDR Cables has been appointed preferred supplier by developer US Wind for its 750MW Maryland offshore wind project, if the site is permitted.
 
Offshore provides 21% of UK infrastructure value  
Offshore provides 21% of UK infrastructure value
UK: More than 20% of the entire UK's infrastructure construction contract value in 2016 came from the offshore wind industry, new research from market analyst Barbour API has found.
 
Phased-project cap set for second UK auction  
Phased-project cap set for second UK auction
UK: Framework rules for the UK's second contracts for difference (CfD) auction, set to open in April, states projects to be completed in phased developments must not exceed 1.5GW.
 
Technology
Siemens powers up 8MW prototype
 
 
MHI Vestas upgrades V164 to 9MW
 
 
Wobben patent appeal rejected
 
 
Absorbing consenting costs a 'gamechanger' in UK offshore
 
 
Siemens 8MW awarded initial certification
 
 
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