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EEW secures Hornsea Two monopile contract

UK: Foundation specialist EEW will provide 165 monopiles for the near-1.4GW Hornsea Two project situated 89 kilometres off England's east coast.

Siemens Gamesa signs Hornsea Project Two deal

UK: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) will supply turbines for Ørsted's 1,386MW Hornsea Project Two, 89km off the east coast of England.

Formosa 1 extension gets green light

TAIWAN: A consortium of Macquarie Capital, Swancor Renewable and Ørsted have arranged TWD 18.7 billion ($628 million) in financing for the 120MW Formosa 1 phase two project.

Ørsted revenue up 20% in Q1

DENMARK: Offshore wind developer Ørsted recorded a "strong" start to the 2018, posting a 20% increase in revenue for the first quarter.

Element Power to revive North Irish Sea Array

IRELAND: Element Power has entered the offshore wind market by acquiring the up-to 750MW North Irish Sea Array (NISA) from previous developer Gaelectric.

ESB enters offshore wind with Galloper buy-in

UK: Irish utility ESB has made its entry into the offshore wind sector by acquiring a 12.5% stake in the 353MW Galloper wind project.

Marubeni divests Westermost Rough stake

UK: The Green Investment Group (GIG) has acquired a 25% stake in the 210MW Westermost Rough project off the Yorkshire coast in north-east England.

Explosives surveys planned for US and Taiwan

UNITED STATES: Danish offshore wind developer Ørsted has contracted an unexploded ordnance management (UXO) expert to carry out surveys for offshore wind farms in two budding markets.

Ørsted commits $13bn to Taiwanese projects

TAIWAN: Offshore wind developer Ørsted (formerly Dong Energy) is prepared to invest $13 billion in four Taiwanese projects, totalling 2.4GW.

Statkraft divestment enables future expansion

NORWAY: Divestment of offshore wind farms enables state energy company Statkraft to pursue future investment in new renewable energy markets.

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