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Naikun in talks with 'major offshore developer'

Canadian developer Naikun Wind Energy Group has signed an "indicative offer" with an unnamed "major offshore wind development company" to pursue its planned project off the coast of British Columbia.

What the US offshore sector could learn from Europe

Cross-border coordination has helped European countries leverage planned transmission infrastructure, achieve resource flexibility and gain economies of scale, a study commissioned by New York state has found.

Californian communities in line for 1GW floater's power

Local communities are expected to buy electricity from the 1GW Castle Wind offshore project, in development off Morro Bay in central California.

Further US setback as Vineyard delayed -- updated

The 800MW Vineyard Wind has been delayed as a result of a federal review into offshore wind's impact on the US. Will offshore wind ever truly take off in the country?

Wind's role in UK power cuts probed

The UK transmission system operator (TSO) is investigating a large power outage in the UK, following the disconnection of a gas-fired power station and Ørsted's under-construction 1.2GW Hornsea One offshore wind farm.

Macquarie benefits from Unicredit's Bard Offshore 1 write-off

What has Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) bought in its takeover of Ocean Breeze Energy, owner of the 400MW Bard Offshore 1 project in the North Sea?

Macquarie buys Germany's first utility-scale project

A consortium of funds managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) has agreed to acquire Ocean Breeze Energy, the special purpose vehicle behind the 400MW Bard Offshore 1 project.

Economics of renewable-powered EVs 'crush oil'

The same capital investment today for wind and solar would produce up to seven times as much useful energy for electric vehicles (EVs) as it would for petrol-powered vehicles, according to a new analysis.