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Monobuckets set for Deutsche Bucht pilot

GERMANY: Northland Power has given the go-ahead to install two monobucket turbine foundations at the 252MW Deutsche Bucht offshore wind project.

Life science companies secure PPAs for Kriegers Flak

DENMARK: Pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk and biotechnology firm Novozymes will source their power consumption from Denmark's largest offshore wind farm.

EEW secures Hornsea Two monopile contract

UK: Foundation specialist EEW will provide 165 monopiles for the near-1.4GW Hornsea Two project situated 89 kilometres off England's east coast.

Kriegers Flak interconnection cables installed

DENMARK/GERMANY: The two cables comprising the 400MW Kriegers Flak link between Germany and Denmark have been installed.

Bladt to provide Northwester 2 foundations

BELGIUM: Danish company Bladt Industries will build and install 24 foundations for the substation and 23 turbines at the 224MW Northwester 2 wind farm.

Siemens Gamesa signs Hornsea Project Two deal

UK: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) will supply turbines for ├śrsted's 1,386MW Hornsea Project Two, 89km off the east coast of England.

Nemo cable route altered as WW2 bomber found

BELGIUM: The path for the 1GW Nemo cable route had to be altered after the wreckage of a World War Two bomber was found in the Channel.

Ørsted and Northland win further Taiwan capacity

TAIWAN: Danish developer ├śrsted and Canadian firm Northland Power have both secured further Taiwanese offshore wind capacity totalling 1.6GW for an average bid price of TWD 2,456/MWh ($80.94/MWh).

MHI Vestas set 'to break even' after losses

DENMARK: Expanding its V164 platform has squeezed its earnings despite its revenue and profit increasing in the last financial year, the joint venture said.

Anglo-Saxon remains found on Rampion cable route

UK: Human remains dating back to the 11th century were found during excavation works for E.on's 400MW Rampion site off the south coast of England.