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News, contracts & project milestones related to the Sandbank offshore wind farm.

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Germany adds 818MW offshore in 2016

GERMANY: With 156 new turbines totalling 818MW feeding into the network in 2016, Germany's offshore wind fleet grew to 947 turbines with, in all, 4,108MW at the end of the year.

Offshore Project Progress - 5 August

EUROPE: Recent project updates from the Wikinger, Borkum Riffgrund 2 and Sandbank projects in Germany; and the UK's EOWDC, Galloper, East Anglia One and Burbo Bank Extension sites.

Van Oord to take over Bilfinger Offshore

NETHERLANDS: Offshore wind contractor Van Oord has reached a deal to acquire the offshore wind installation activities of German engineering firm Bilfinger, including assets and employees.

Offshore Project Progress - 22 April

EUROPE: Recent updates from three projects in Germany and confirmation Siemens will supply the 309MW Rentel project in Belgium.

Offshore project progress - 8 April

WORLDWIDE: Recent project updates from offshore sites in the Netherlands, the UK, Germany, Belgium and the US.

Offshore project progress -- 19 February

EUROPE: Recent project updates from Vattenfall's Sandbank and Dong Energy's Gode Wind sites in the German North Sea, plus details of an O&M deal at Westermost Rough off the UK's east coast.

Offshore Project Progress - 5 February

EUROPE: Recent project updates, including Iberdrola's Wikinger project in the German Baltic Sea and Statoil's floating project planned for off the Scottish coast.

Offshore Progress Report -- 18 September

WORLDWIDE: Recent project updates from Vattenfall's 288MW Sandbank project in Germany and from two proposed projects in the US.

Gallery: Sandbank construction begins

GERMANY: The first foundations were shipped to Vattenfall's 288MW Sandbank site in June, ahead of the start of the monopiles being installed earlier this month.

Offshore Project Progress - 13 July

EUROPE: Recent updates from projects in the North Sea, including Dong Energy's Race Bank, Veja Mate in Germany, and the 664MW Beatrice site in Scotland.