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Tennet and Innogy to study project interconnection

EUROPE: Transmission system operator Tennet and offshore wind developer Innogy are joining forces to look at the possibility of using offshore wind projects in cross-border interconnectors, in the latest move to create a North Sea hub.

Dutch roadmap details 11.5GW offshore by 2030

NETHERLANDS: The Dutch government is targeting an additional 7GW of offshore wind capacity between 2023 and 2030.

Tennet announces new CEO

NETHERLANDS: Business consultancy Accenture's managing director for the Netherlands, Manon van Beek, will take over as Tennet's CEO in September, the transmission system operator (TSO) announced.

Germany's North Sea generation grows by 47%

GERMANY: The country's offshore wind capacity in the North Sea generated almost 16TWh of electricity in 2017, an increase of 47% year on year, transmission operator Tennet said.

WindEurope 2017: Tennet proposes fix for North Sea capacity increase

NETHERLANDS: The North Sea Power Hub announced a new member, and transmission system operator (TSO) Tennet presented solutions for increasing the scale of wind farms off the coast of the Netherlands at WindEurope's conference in Amsterdam.

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).

Gasunie joins North Sea Wind Power Hub group

EUROPE: Gas infrastructure company Gasunie has joined a partnership investigating the possible development of a wind power hub in the North Sea.