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Category: Offshore Wind

Simon Cairns

Formula E charges forward

  In May 2021, Formula E is set to race for the first time ever, on the full Monaco street circuit. Having raced three times previously in Monaco, this will be the first on the traditional track. This is significant. First up, it represents a growing acceptance that electric vehicles

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Marc Eglon

1.4 TW of Offshore Wind by 2050 – OREAC

On World Oceans Day, OREAC (Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition) outlines a vision for offshore wind to grow from 30GW today to 1,400 GW by 2050, enough to power 10 per cent of global electricity demand whilst reducing CO2 by 3 billion tonnes per year.

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Vicki Moore

Taylor Hopkinson strengthens US presence with key appointment

We are pleased to appoint Rob Wingrove as Senior Consultant, who joins our US team to drive new business in this emerging offshore wind market. Originally from Boston, Rob brings with him 14 years’ experience in recruitment, with the last three dedicated to the renewable energy sector. Rob will focus on our retained and permanent business,

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Marc Eglon

Wind and Solar Overtake Coal in EU

Climate think-tank Sandbag’s sixth annual report, “The European Power Sector in 2019” highlights the rise in EU solar and wind, which overtook coal for the first time in 2019.

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Marc Eglon

Record US renewables investment: $55.5B in 2019

Despite a conservative start to 2019, the US hit a record $55.5bn in renewable energy investments in 2019, eclipsing 2018. The figure is the result of a late-2019 surge in offshore wind financing as the Production Tax Credit winds down in 2020.

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Marc Eglon

Offshore Wind Turbine Training Facility Opens in Blyth

The Port of Blyth in northeast England has opened a £1m wind turbine training facility for offshore wind technicians. The facility features a dedicated training centre with a Vestas V47 wind turbine and a duplicate nacelle that allows safer technical training at ground level.

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Leire Vázquez

Engie y EDPR eligen MHI Vestas como suministrador de turbinas

El consorcio de empresas que está desarrollando el proyecto eólico marino flotante Eoliennes Flottantes du Golfe du Lion (EFGL), han seleccionado a MHI Vestas como proveedor de tres turbinas de 10 MW.   Dentro de este consorcio están presentes  Engie y EDPR. Las tres turbinas eólicas, que sumarán los 30 MW de potencia, se montarán

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