Ørsted, TSMC sign world’s largest renewables CPPA
Ørsted has signed a corporate power purchase agreement with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) for the production from the Danish company’s 920-MW Greater Changhua 2b & 4 offshore wind farms in Taiwan.
Hitachi Completes Acquisition of ABB Power Grids
Hitachi, Ltd.has completed the procedures for its 80.1% investment in ABB's power grids business.
Germany raises offshore capacity wind target to 40 GW by 2040
The German government approved an amendment to the Wind Energy at Sea Act in May that raises its offshore wind target to 40 GW by 2040.
Denmark announces plans to build 'world's first energy island'
Denmark has recently unveiled a massive 37-billion-euro project to build two islands with wind energy.
U.S. retains position as most attractive country for renewables investment
The U.S. has snatched the top spot away from China as the world’s most attractive country for renewables investment
Siemens Gamesa launches 14 MW offshore turbine
Siemens Gamesa has recently unveiled the world's largest single-rotor turbine –SG 14-222 DD. Featuring 108-meter long blades and 14 MW of capacity, the direct drive turbine can boost the annual energy output by 25%.
SGRE and Hai Long Offshore Wind Teams Up to Build Nacelle Production Cluster in Taiwan
Siemens Gamesa plans to expand its nacelle assembly facility in Taichung to form a regional offshore wind nacelle industrial hub together with Taiwan-based suppliers.
COVID-19 Legal toolkit for UK’s wind industry
COVID-19 has put the U.K. into a national lockdown. While power utilities workers have been deemed essential, wind power operations were still disrupted.