The Blog - What’s happening in wind

Posted

08/06/2017

Author

Ilaria Valtimora

Dong Energy launches a new battery system

Much of the talk at the Offshore Wind Energy 2017 conference in London this week has been about Danish utility’s Dong Energy ‘zero-subsidy’ offshore projects, and how the market should adapt to those.

But the company also got people talking yesterday as it launched a battery system, which it is set to integrate into its 90MW Burbo Bank project in Liverpool Bay. It presented this at its ‘Offshor ...

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Posted

17/11/2016

Author

Ilaria Valtimora

Strategic shift paved way for Vattenfall’s record-breaking deal



In September, Swedish state-owned utility Vattenfall won contracts to build two offshore wind farms totalling 350MW in Danish waters, at a levelised cost of energy of €64/MWh.

It was a record low price until last week, when it was beaten by a familiar company: itself.

Vattenfall has now won the tender to build the 600MW Kriegers Flak project in the waters off Denmark at €49.90/MWh, which ...

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Posted

08/11/2016

Author

Ilaria Valtimora

Who are the 100 most influential people in wind? Find out now!



Today is the day! Yes, the US people finally get to vote in the presidential election.

And, more importantly, we are publishing our Top 100 Power People. Now in its fifth year, this is our definitive look at the wind industry’s most influential power-brokers.

The two events are not completely unrelated. One of our biggest findings from this year’s Top 100 is that one-third of the top peo ...

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