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EnBW starts Hohe See and Albatros build

GERMANY: EnBW has commenced construction of the Hohe See and Albatros projects in the German North Sea, the developer has stated.

EEW enters US supply chain - updated

UNITED STATES: Danish offshore wind developer Ørsted and joint venture partner Eversource have announced an agreement with Germany's EEW to open a facility in Massachusetts to make offshore wind components.

UPDATE: Offshore giants sign deals for Taiwan sites

TAIWAN: MHI Vestas is in line to supply turbines for 1.5GW of projects in the Taiwan Strait, in a series of developments in the country's offshore sector, as SGRE wins new deal.

Innogy forms JV with Irish developer for 600MW Dublin Array

IRELAND: Innogy has acquired a 50% stake in the proposed up-to 600MW Dublin Array offshore wind project in the Irish Sea.

Explosives surveys planned for US and Taiwan

UNITED STATES: Danish offshore wind developer Ørsted has contracted an unexploded ordnance management (UXO) expert to carry out surveys for offshore wind farms in two budding markets.

Acquisitions boost NKT's profits

DENMARK: Acquisitions of rival firms helped increase cable supplier NKT's operating profit (Ebitda) 90.7% year-on-year, the Danish company said.

New projects aid Northland 2017 sales

CANADA: Completion of two offshore wind farms boosted Northland Power's revenue for 2017 by 25%, the Canadian developer said.

DTU and Vattenfall partner on shadow-effect project

DENMARK: The Danish Technical University (DTU) and developer Vattenfall have announced a joint project to investigate the shadow effect offshore wind projects have on other nearby sites.

Marine Renewables Canada adds wind to remit

CANADA: Wave, tidal, and river current energy association Marine Renewables Canada has decided to include offshore wind power in its mandate.

Siemens Gamesa wins Hornsea Project Two deal

UK: Siemens Gamesa will supply turbines for Ørsted's 1,386MW Hornsea Project Two, 89km off the east coast of England.