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Maersk Training wins Global Wind Organisation awards

Maersk Training has won two Global Wind Organisation Safety and Training awards at this year’s WindEurope Electric City conference in Copenhagen.

TSOs sign cooperation agreements for Belgian-Danish electricity cable

Energinet has signed new cooperation agreements with Elia and 50 Hertz to develop the electricity connections to and from the Danish energy islands in the North and Baltic Seas.

BASF announces new renewable energy subsidiary

BASF has announced that it will be bundling its activities in renewable energies under the umbrella of BASF Renewable Energy GmbH as of 1 January 2022.

EU and US losing 11,300GWh of energy across wind farms – study

Up to 11,300 GWh/ year of critical energy is being lost across wind farms in Europe and the US – enough to power major cities for months.

EWEA becomes WindEurope

The European Wind Energy Association has rebranded itself in order to take into account the development of the sector since its original incarnation.

WindEurope concerned about investment despite positives

WindEurope has noted the impressive gains in wind energy installations in particular European member states, but has an overriding concern about the variations in investment across the EU.

Elering to prepare Estonian grid for more renewables with €30m aid

In Estonia, Elering has secured funding from the European Commission to speed up the integration of renewable energy onto the grid.

Eni acquires 20% stake in Dogger Bank wind farm

Eni has expanded its presence within the UK renewables market by acquiring a 20% stake in the Dogger Bank project.

Hardwiring Europe’s wind power

It was Saturday 4 November that millions across Europe lost power as the grid operators implemented a massive load-shedding operation to avoid a total collapse of the grid.

Siemens Energy to connect utility-scale offshore wind project to New York grid

Ørsted and Eversource has selected Siemens Energy and Aker Solutions to connect New York’s first utility-scale offshore wind energy project onto the grid.