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Beatrice jacket supplier saved by Canadian firm

UK: New investment has been secured for under-threat steel fabricators Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab), the Scottish government has announced.

EnBW starts Hohe See and Albatros build

GERMANY: EnBW has commenced construction of the Hohe See and Albatros projects in the German North Sea, the developer has stated.

First EOWDC turbine installed

UK: The first 8.8MW turbine has been installed at Vattenfall's European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) off the east coast of Scotland.

Floating project confirmed for Californian coast

UNITED STATES: A consortium of developers, engineers, and environmental and ecological consultants will build a floating wind farm off the coast of northern California.

UPDATE: Offshore giants sign deals for Taiwan sites

TAIWAN: MHI Vestas is in line to supply turbines for 1.5GW of projects in the Taiwan Strait, in a series of developments in the country's offshore sector, as SGRE wins new deal.

Dutch roadmap details 11.5GW offshore by 2030

NETHERLANDS: The Dutch government is targeting an additional 7GW of offshore wind capacity between 2023 and 2030.

Storage provider selected for Ørsted's US site

UNITED STATES: ├śrsted (formerly Dong Energy) and New England utility Eversource have signed a letter of intent with NEC Energy Solutions (NEC ES) to develop a storage component for the Bay State Wind project.

New projects aid Northland 2017 sales

CANADA: Completion of two offshore wind farms boosted Northland Power's revenue for 2017 by 25%, the Canadian developer said.

Siemens Gamesa wins Hornsea Project Two deal

UK: Siemens Gamesa will supply turbines for ├śrsted's 1,386MW Hornsea Project Two, 89km off the east coast of England.

Beatrice engineering yards could close after project completion

UK: Marine engineering yards used to create foundations for the Beatrice project could be closed after the 588MW site is completed.

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