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Estonian government blocks permitting for 600MW site

The Estonian government has refused to start the permitting process for a 600MW wind farm in the Baltic Sea due to national security concerns.

GE fined for misleading EC

The European Commission has fined GE €52 million for providing incorrect information during the Commission's investigation of the manufacturer's planned acquisition of LM Wind Power.

Developers to explore site for Australia's first offshore wind farm

The Australian government has granted an exploration licence for what could be the country's first offshore wind farm.

RWE targets 2-3GW of new renewables per year

RWE plans to add between 2GW and 3GW of new clean energy capacity a year as it launches its new renewables division.

Haliade-X uncovered: GE aims for 14MW

The first prototype of GE's Haliade-X offshore turbine, due to be installed at an onshore test site in the Netherlands this summer, will have "rated power of 12-14MW", and a 218.2-metre rotor diameter.

Denmark chooses North Sea site

Denmark's next offshore wind farm will be in the North Sea, the country's energy agency has announced.

Ørsted signs UK corporate power deal

Offshore wind developer Ørsted and water utility Northumbrian Water have signed a corporate power purchase agreement at the Danish firm's 573MW Race Bank project in the North Sea.

Northland and Yushan progress in Taiwan

Northland Power and Yushan Energy have signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Taiwanese utility Taipower for the 300MW Hai Long 2A wind farm, the first project from a 1GW-plus cluster owned by the joint venture.

'Ideological hatred' delaying first Australian offshore site

The Australian government is delaying granting an exploration license for what could be the country's first offshore wind farm due to an "ideological hatred of renewable energy", a union has claimed.

15 injured following crew transfer vessel crash

Fifteen people were reportedly injured, some seriously, after a crew transfer vessel (CTV) destined for the 350MW Wikinger project, collided with a cargo ship in the Baltic Sea this morning (19 February).