Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI) has proposed a plan to boost Japan’s inter-regional power grid capacity as part of efforts to expand offshore wind power generation in line with the government goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.
Ireland’s Electricity Supply Board (ESB) has announced plans to close Moneypoint, the country’s largest power station and its only coal-fired plant and turn it into a green energy hub.
Tokyo Gas has announced it will install 19 offshore wind turbines near the eastern Japan coast from 2024.
Bechtel has announced that it is partnering with windfarm developer Hexicon to demonstrate innovative offshore wind technology for large-scale floating power generation projects off the coast of the UK.
GE Renewable Energy has announced that it plans to open a new blade manufacturing facility in Teesside in northeast England.
SeAH Steel of South Korea has announced that it will issue $72 million in corporate bonds through the Financial Supervisory Service’s electronic disclosure system.
Denmark has approved a plan to build the world’s first energy island in the North Sea that will generate around 3 GW of wind energy.
GE Renewable Energy has announced that it has finalised supply and service contracts, subject to final notice to proceed, with Ocean Wind, the Ørsted Project located 15 miles off the coast of southern New Jersey, USA.
UK-based Shearwater Energy has announced it plans to develop a wind-SMR and hydrogen production energy project in north Wales.
Eneco of the Netherlands and the Danish European Energy have announced that they have formed a joint venture to participate in an upcoming tender for Denmark’s Thor offshore wind farm.