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Global offshore wind market grows 16% in 12 months

The growth of the global market for offshore wind is accelerating, with the combined capacity of projects in various stages of development increasing 16% in the last 12 months, according to new figures. This 16% annual growth rate is faster than the 10% rise in the previous 12-month period.

Ørsted secures rights to 1.1GW in New Jersey

Ørsted is in line to develop New Jersey's first offshore wind farm, having been named preferred bidder for a 20-year contract for its 1.1GW Ocean Wind project.

France awards Dunkirk site to EDF consortium

France's state-owned utility, EDF, and its consortium partners Enbridge and Innogy, have been named the winners of the tender to develop a 600MW offshore wind project off Dunkirk.

EDF's Nautilus canned

The much-delayed project - which had received funding from the US Department of Energy - was planned for a site off New Jersey in north-eastern US.

'Final and definitive decision' backs France's first offshore site

France's supreme administrative court has approved an operating permit for EDF Renewables and Enbridge's 480MW Saint-Nazaire project, set to become the country's first large-scale offshore wind farm.

GE exits floating sites after 12MW shift

GE Renewable Energy's decision to phase out production of its Haliade 6MW turbine will also impact two of the French pilot floating farms.

Interested parties named in California floating RfP

A number of major offshore wind developers are among the 14 companies to have expressed interest in developing floating wind projects off California.

GE cuts losses to focus on Haliade-X

GE Renewable Energy will focus on the industrial strategy for its Haliade-X 12-14MW offshore wind turbine, after dropping the two French offshore projects earmarked for the firm's increasingly outdated 6MW model.