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Project Development & Execution

11 Dec | Hornsea One, the biggest offshore wind farm in the world, celebrates major construction milestone

  • Longest ever AC offshore wind export cable system now installed
  • Total offshore cable length of 467 km, around the same distance from London to Newcastle
  • Manufacture and installation completed months ahead of schedule

11 Dec | Repowering: EDF Renewables commissions a fully renewed wind farm in Germany

EDF Renewables in Germany is announcing the repowering of the Eckolstädt wind farm, the first in a series to come. “Repowering” or renewing means the refurbishment of a facility that has reached the end of its life cycle.

11 Dec | Completion of 228MW Stronelairg Onshore Wind Farm

SSE has completed the construction and commissioning of the 66 turbine/228MW (megawatt) Stronelairg wind farm, near Fort Augustus.  With a total investment of around £350m, Stronelairg is expected to be SSE’s final wind farm to be accredited under the Renewables Obligation.

10 Dec | Financial Close drives next phase at Lincoln Gap wind farm

Nexif Energy announced Financial Close and Notice to Proceed with expansion of Lincoln Gap Wind Farm in South Australia

Project Development & Execution

06 Dec | NextEra, DOD Extend Deadline amid Continued Negotiations

Attorney General Mike Hunter today announced the Department of Defense (DOD) and NextEra Energy have again extended the deadline to reach a mitigation plan on a wind farm along a route of airspace the military uses for training.

Project Development & Execution

06 Dec | TEPCO’s First Commercial Offshore Wind Power Facility to Launch on January 1, 2019

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc. (TEPCO) announced today that the company’s first commercial offshore wind power facility will launch on January 1, 2019.

Project Development & Execution

06 Dec | Four wind farms commissioned in France

Boralex Inc. ("Boralex" or the "Corporation") (TSX: BLX) is pleased to announce commercial commissioning of the Noyers Bucamps (10 MW), Hauts de Comble (20 MW) and Côteaux du Blaiseron (26 MW) wind farms, all in Northeastern France.

Project Development & Execution

06 Dec | Parc Eolien Taiba N’Diaye celebrates groundbreaking on West Africa’s first utility scale wind farm

  • Construction of West Africa’s first utility-scale wind power project moves into full swing
  • 158.7 MW Parc Eolien Taiba N’Diaye positions Senegal as a pioneer of clean, reliable, competitively priced power that can be delivered quickly to the national grid.
  • Project is combining delivery of power for 2 million Senegalese with extensive local socio-economic impact over the project life