The UK Government has issued an outline of its new Energy Security Strategy, including increased targets for offshore wind, hydrogen, and nuclear generation.
Danish renewable investment firm Copenhagen Infrastructure (CIP) has formed a partnership with the New Zealand Superannuation Fund (NZ Super Fund) to develop 1 GW of offshore wind capacity on New Zealand’s west coast.
Shell has announced a plan to develop new offshore wind projects off the coast of Brazil.
Vestas has signed an agreement with Ulsan City, Ulsan Port Authority, and Sejin Heavy Industries to jointly push for a floating offshore wind power generation hub.
Onshore and offshore wind turbines in Germany produced 21 TWh in February, a new monthly record, as a result of recent stormy weather.
RWE of Germany and India’s Tata Power have signed an MoU to jointly develop offshore wind projects in India.
Vattenfall has announced that it has received planning approval from the UK government for its proposed 1.8 GW Norfolk Vanguard Offshore Wind Farm.
EDF Renewables UK has formed a joint venture with Irish renewable project developer DP Energy to develop a 1 GW wind power project in the Celtic Sea.
The Biden Administration has announced that it will hold its first offshore wind auction in February, offering nearly 500 000 acres off the coast of New York and New Jersey for wind energy projects.
The State Government of New York has announced it will invest $500 million in the offshore wind industry as part of its 2022 State of the State plan.