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Windpower Offshore Weekly
Windpower Offshore Weekly 19th November 2019

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Top Stories
Oil and gas sector's lessons for floating offshore wind  
Oil and gas sector's lessons for floating offshore wind
Learning from the oil and gas industry can help accelerate floating offshore wind development and cut costs, according to attendees at a RenewableUK and Scottish Renewables conference.
 
Denmark unveils offshore support scheme for Thor  
Denmark unveils offshore support scheme for Thor
The operator of the Thor offshore project will receive state support through a similar support mechanism to the UK's contract for difference model, the Danish government has announced.
 
Lars Bondo Krogsgaard leaves MHI Vestas  
Lars Bondo Krogsgaard leaves MHI Vestas
MHI Vestas's co-CEO Lars Bondo Krogsgaard has resigned and has been replaced by Vestas' former vice president of product management, Johnny Thomsen.
 
Asia Pacific to drive 'global market to 2030'  
Asia Pacific to drive 'global market to 2030'
"Significant capacity additions" in Asia Pacific are expected to drive a 29% growth in the value of the global wind power market between 2019 and 2030, reaching $124.6 billion by the end of the forecasting period, according to new analysis.
 
RWE Renewables grows pipeline to 20GW  
RWE Renewables grows pipeline to 20GW
RWE Renewables has grown its clean energy pipeline to around 20GW in the first few weeks after completing its acquisition of Innogy and E.on's portfolios, the developer announced.
 

GLOBAL REGIONS AND COUNTRY PROFILE PAGES
Take a look at our new sortable list of wind power capacities from around the world. Then take a deeper dive into your chosen country with our new market-specific pages with confidence ratings and the latest developments. 


In Depth
Horns Rev 1, 2, 3: three generations of turbine output analysed  
Horns Rev 1, 2, 3: three generations of turbine output analysed
The three projects that make up the Horns Rev offshore-wind hub off Denmark's west coast perfectly illustrate how the sector developed over the last two decades. Windpower Monthly dissects the performance data to see if bigger really is better.
 
WindTech: NGC gears up for the turbine drivetrain future  
WindTech: NGC gears up for the turbine drivetrain future
As the Nanjing High Speed Gear Manufacturing Company celebrated its 50th anniversary, Eize de Vries represented Windpower Monthly at its wind-power supply-chain forum, and exclusively visited its production facilities in Nanjing.
 
How can innovation in submarine cabling reduce costs for offshore wind?  
How can innovation in submarine cabling reduce costs for offshore wind?
Submarine cables are vulnerable and, whether static or dynamic, protecting and stabilising them is critical. Any damage can lead to massive cost and also disrupt the functioning of the entire turbine.
 


TENDER WATCH
The shift to auctions is having a profound effect on the industry across the entire supply chain and servicing. This interactive table monitors where auctions are taking place, the prices seen in those markets and who the winners are. 

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