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Turbine trio to collaborate on standardisation

DENMARK: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE), Vestas and its offshore joint venture MHI Vestas have joined a research project to examine the potential to standardise components and areas of the manufacturing process.

SGRE in line for 900MW Taiwan order

TAIWAN: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has been named as preferred supplier for the first 900MW of Ørsted's Greater Changhua projects off the country's west coast.

Eight UK sites up for extension

UK: The UK's Crown Estate has accepted eight offshore wind projects for investigation to potentially double their capacity.

Innogy's Galloper officially inaugurated

UK: The Galloper offshore wind project has been officially inaugurated.

SSE takes full ownership of Seagreen

UK: SSE has bought out partner Fluor's stake in the planned 1.5GW Seagreen project being developed in the Outer Firth of Forth, Scotland.

European ports 'inadequate' for floating wind

EUROPE: Most port infrastructure is currently inadequate to support quayside operations in the floating offshore wind industry, according to new research.

Innovative solution for offshore mooring

WORLDWIDE: Offshore windpower is one of the fastest-growing renewable energy sectors, attracting substantial interest and investment in Europe, the US and China. Developers are exploiting the strong and consistent wind resources at sea to drive down the costs of wind-generated electricity.

Vineyard Wind secures levelised cost of $65/MWh

UNITED STATES: The 800MW Vineyard Wind project off the coast of Massachusetts will generate electricity for $65/MWh over the 20-year lifetime of the project, according to a letter recommending its approval.

Elia grows grid investments to integrate wind

BELGIUM/GERMANY: Transmission systems operator (TSO) Elia increased its investments in grid infrastructure designed to better integrate renewable energy in the first half of the year.

Ørsted and Northland win further Taiwan capacity

TAIWAN: Danish developer Ørsted 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).

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