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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?

France clears Fécamp and Courseulles

France's Council of State, the country's highest administrative court, has confirmed the final authorisations for the Fécamp and Courseulles-sur-Mer offshore wind projects.

Saipem plans 500MW Saudi floating array

Italy's Saipem and Abu Dhabi-based renewables investment group Plambeck Emirates have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop and construct a 500MW floating offshore wind power project in the waters off Saudi Arabia.

Equinor and Ørsted win in New York

Equinor and a partnership between the market leader Ørsted and US utility Eversource have been selected as the two preferred bidders for almost 1.7GW of offshore wind in a New York solicitation.

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.