Japan’s hydrogen breakthrough: ClassNK approves floating offshore hydrogen production plant
Japan Offshore Design & Engineering Platform Technology & Engineering Research Association (J-DeEP) and Scottish Development International co-develop a floating hydrogen production plant that combines desalination systems and electrolysis equipment and us
wpd may reclaim spot in Taiwan offshore wind farm project
On February 16, 2022, Lealea Group announced that Haixia wind farm, which it co-develops with wpd, will compete in the Phase 2 Transition Round for approval and permit and Phase 3 Zonal Development Round.
Japan selects winner of its first fixed foundation offshore wind auction
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism announced the result of Japan’s first tender for fixed foundation offshore wind farms on December 24, 2021.
Tianjin becomes major wind turbine manufacturing base of Siemens Gamesa
Paulo Soares, Siemens Gamesa’s APAC chief, said recently in an interview that its Tianjin-based facility is the company’s major wind turbine manufacturing base.
Floating wind offers Taiwan opportunity to lead Asia Pacific offshore wind power
Despite the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic, 6.07 GW of wind energy capacity was installed globally in 2020, a substantial volume. Europe is by far the leader in offshore wind power, with 50-60% of the world’s capacity. However, Asia is expected to catch up wi
lberdrola and GIG to co-develop Japan's 3.3 GW offshore wind farm
Spanish utility company Iberdrola and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) have formed a joint venture to co-develop a 3.3 GW offshore wind portfolio in Japan.
JERA, J-Power and Equinor partner to develop offshore wind farm in Japan
Japanese power supplier giant JERA, Electric Power Development Company, and Norwegian energy company Equinor announced on Sept. 9 that they have formed a consortium to jointly submit bids for the offshore wind projects in Akita Prefecture.
China rushes to install offshore wind ahead of subsidy phase-out
China’s new offshore wind capacity additions reached 1.06 GW in the first half of 2020, up 165% comparing to the same period of 2019, according to China’s National Energy Administration (NEA).