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The Nordex Group is thrilled and proud: Nordex wins the gold medal for the N163/5.X as “Turbine of the Year” in the category of onshore turbines with 4.7 MW+ rating published by Windpower Monthly.
Vestas, a global leader in sustainable energy solutions, has been named the most sustainable company in the 18th annual ranking of the world’s most sustainable corporations, published by Corporate Knights.
Finding gender balance: how Taylor Hopkinson delivered a diverse cross-sector candidate to a key leadership role
A key cross-sector hire for our client ORE Catapult highlighted the importance of gender balance and diversity in renewable energy.
The Pentland Floating Offshore Wind Demonstrator has been awarded GBP 9.6 million of UK government funding to develop and demonstrate a suite of UK-manufactured innovative floating wind technologies for the first time.
If 2021 was a defining year for clean hydrogen, hold on to your hats for 2022. Electrolyzer sales are projected to quadruple this year — driven by the Chinese, U.S. and European markets — and clean hydrogen demand from industry is set to exceed use in cars several times over.
Dogger Bank Wind Farm has announced a series of supply chain events throughout 2022, aimed at showcasing opportunities during the operations and maintenance phase of the 3600MW project.
Renewable Parts has secured UK Government support to develop end-of-use options for decommissioned wind turbines.
Maersk and Orsted will demonstrate a floating buoy-based charging station for vessels at an offshore wind farm location. The demonstration of the technology is slated for the third quarter of 2022.
Vestas has announced plans to install a prototype of its 15 megawatt offshore wind turbine at a facility in Denmark. In a statement, the company said the prototype, known as V236-15 MW, would be installed in the second half of 2022 at a test center in Western Jutland, Denmark.