Hitachi ABB Power Grids has secured an order to connect the third transmission link from the world’s largest offshore wind farm over 130 km to the UK mainland.
For the first time in the wind industry, turbine owners around the world will securely and openly exchange operational performance data.
Emissions & Environment
bp, Eni, Equinor, Galp, Occidental, Repsol, Royal Dutch Shell and Total have agreed to apply six Energy Transition Principles to drive their participation in the energy transition.
Equinor and SINTEF will exchange and develop ideas and solutions in four key areas; offshore wind, marine systems, energy systems and modelling studies related to these areas.
RWE and Equinor have joined the NortH2 consortium of companies, launched to produce green hydrogen using renewable electricity from offshore wind off the coast of Netherlands.
The top six European firms have over 28GW of renewables capacity in the pipeline, with BP, Total and Equinor making up over 70% of this.
Equinor is already working on Empire Wind Phase 1, an 816-MW offshore wind project currently under development.
The announcement marks bp’s first venture into offshore wind and comes a month after they announced a low-carbon investment strategy.
JERA, J-Power, and Equinor ASA have formed a consortium to jointly develop offshore wind power projects in Japan.
Danske Commodities has signed a 15-year offtake power purchase agreement for 480MW with the world’s largest offshore wind farm, Dogger Bank.
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