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Offshore wind financing ready to take off

JAPAN: Construction company Toda has announced the issue of a JPY 10 billion, five-year green bond, with 100 % of the funds raised used to finance development of a floating offshore windfarm near the Goto Islands off southern Japan.

Tennet signs Borssele grid connection agreement

NETHERLANDS: Tennet will connect the 700MW Borssele III and IV sites in the North Sea to the Dutch mainland.

Borssele test site tender scheduled for January

NETHERLANDS: The Dutch government plans to launch a tender for Borssele Wind Farm Site V in January, according to the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (NEA).

Borssele consortium seeks more investors

NETHERLANDS: The consortium behind the Borssele III / IV offshore wind project, comprising Eneco, Shell, Mitsubishi-subsidiary Diamond Generating Europe, and Van Oord, is seeking further investment for the 700MW offshore project.

MHI Vestas preferred for Borssele III & IV

NETHERLANDS: MHI Vestas has confirmed it is the preferred supplier for the 700MW Borssele III & IV offshore wind projects in the Dutch North Sea.

WindFloat gets the green light

PORTUGAL: The economy ministry has given the go-ahead to the Windplus consortium to begin construction of a floating offshore wind project.

Mitsubishi takes Norther stake - updated

BELGIUM: Japanese conglomerate Mitsubishi Corporation has formed a joint venture with developer Eneco, acquiring a 25% stake in the 370MW Norther offshore wind project.

Shell consortium wins Borssele III/IV at €54.50/MWh

NETHERLANDS: A consortium comprising oil and gas giant Shell, offshore construction specialist Van Oord, and developers Eneco and Mitsubishi/DGE will build the 700MW Borssele III and IV projects at €54.50/MWh.