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Vertical axis firm Nenuphar enters liquidation

FRANCE: The firm behind the Vertiwind vertical axis wind turbine, Nenuphar, entered liquidation this month, after failing to find the required investment.

EDF RE in talks to buy stalled Fishermen's Energy project

UNITED STATES: EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE) has entered into a preliminary agreement with Fishermen's Energy to acquire its 24MW Atlantic City project.

Update: French projects avoid tariff cut

FRANCE: A draft amendment tabled in parliament on 9 March which could have allowed the government to renegotiate tariffs for 3GW of offshore wind projects awarded in 2012 and 2014, or even cancel them all together, has been rejected.

EDF's renewable earnings fall despite increase in output

FRANCE: Utility EDF's renewables division benefitted from an increase in power output in 2017, but its operating profit (Ebitda) dropped 12.8% year-on-year.

Autonomous seabed survey vessel revealed

UK: A subsea specialist is developing an underwater survey and inspection system it claims could remain at offshore wind farms without a support vessel.

Turbines installed at Blyth demonstration

UK: The five wind turbines at EDF Energy Renewables' Blyth demonstration project have now been installed.

First V164 installed at Blyth test site

UK: The first 8.3MW turbine has been installed at the Blyth Offshore Demonstrator site 6.5 kilometres off the coast of northeast England.

Blyth foundations begin float-out

UK: EDF Energy Renewables has started floating the five gravity-base foundations out to its 41.5MW Blyth demonstration project site off north-east England.