Governor Janet Mills has announced that the State of Maine has selected a section of state-owned Sears Island that is reserved for port development as its preferred site for a port facility to support the floating offshore wind industry.
The Australian Government is seeking feedback on a proposed area covering 7,674 square kilometres, located at least 20 km from shore at its nearest point off Cape Naturaliste and Bunbury, and 36 km from Busselton.
Juniper Green Energy and Envision Energy have entered into a strategic partnership for the development of a wind farm with a total capacity of 300MW in Devbhoomi Dwarka District, in the State of Gujarat, India.
StrucTeam has appointed Raphael Sajous as Principal Material Scientist and Executive Director. In his new role, Raphael will be responsible for advancing the company’s expertise by integrating additional manufacturing capabilities for the renewable energy sector.
Hexicon has signed a Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPA) to acquire full ownership of MunmuBaram Co., Ltd. from its joint venture partner, Shell Overseas Investments. Under the agreement, Hexicon will increase its stake in the project from 20% to 100%, thereby expanding the project portfolio by 900 MW.
Sulmara has signed a three-year deal with Atlantic Offshore to charter the 67-metre DPII multi-purpose support vessel Ocean Marlin. Sulmara is undertaking a refit of the vessel, including the installation of class-leading survey equipment, a subsea crane with active heave compensation, and the creation of extra bed space.
#7 Vestas V100 wind tubrines installed in Rio Vista, California, USA (courtesy Shayna Kaufman)
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