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28th October 2021

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BlueFloat Energy and Sener plan 300MW floating wind
JV partners’ Mediterranean Sea project would feed into grid at the site of a soon-to-be closed thermal plant
  BlueFloat Energy and Sener plan 300MW floating wind
 
European Energy to sell three Lithuanian wind farms
Danish developer plans to continue investing in Lithuanian wind, following the sale of a 186MW pipeline
  European Energy to sell three Lithuanian wind farms
 
Renewables profits boost Iberdrola's results
Renewables Ebitda up 70.9% between January and September, compared to wider company’s more modest growth of 10.7%
  Renewables profits boost Iberdrola's results
 
Wind beaten by solar in Colombian renewables tender
Several firms bid for wind farms in South American country’s latest auction round, but solar developers beat them all
  Wind beaten by solar in Colombian renewables tender
 
No takers for Denmark’s technology-neutral tender
Danish wind industry group says tender flop confirms growing appeal of subsidy-free projects
  No takers for Denmark’s technology-neutral tender
 
Siemens Gamesa and Ørsted probe Borssele I & II fire
SG 8.0-167 DD turbine malfunctions and catches fire at offshore wind farm off the Dutch coast
  Siemens Gamesa and Ørsted probe Borssele I & II fire
 
Scientists endorse Ørsted’s long-term green targets
Ørsted becomes first energy firm to have long-term goal validated as in line with limiting global warming to 1.5C
  Scientists endorse Ørsted’s long-term green targets
 
China aims for 1.2TW of wind and solar by 2030
World’s top emitter confirms plans to dramatically increase its renewables capacity ahead of crucial climate talks
  China aims for 1.2TW of wind and solar by 2030
 

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The latest project updates

USA: Enel has begun construction of its 250MW 25 Mile Creek project in Ellis County, Oklahoma. The 60 turbines should be operational by the end of 2022.

BRAZIL: CGT Eletrosul has given its go-ahead for the construction of the 302MW Coxilha Negra wind farm in Rio Grande do Sul. Work is due to begin by mid-2022 with commercial operations beginning by the end of 2024.

ITALY: Falck Renewables and BlueFloat Energy have announced the details of their second planned Italian floating offshore wind farm. The up to 1.3GW Odra Energia would be sited off the Province of Lecce, Apulia. A preliminary consultation process will be carried out and a request for the maritime concession filed. The developers recently unveiled their plans for the 1.2GW Kailia Energia. It would be sited off Brindisi, Apulia.

SPAIN: A BlueFloat Energy-SENER joint venture is planning to develop a 300MW floating offshore wind farm in the Mediterranean Sea. Mar de Ágata would comprise 20 x 15MW turbines, installed off Levante Almeriense, Almería.

LITHUANIA: European Energy has divested three under construction wind assets in Lithuania. Of 185.5MW total capacity, they are located in Anykšciai, Jonava and Rokiškis. They have been acquired by a European renewables fund manager, with closure of the agreement expected to take place at the end of November 2021.


 

 


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