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Renewable energy consultant and service provider SeaRoc Group has signed a collaboration agreement with German-based HSEQ Experts for construction and operation of offshore wind farms in Germany and in the rest of Europe. The agreement formalises the existing working arrangement that the two companies have had since March 2014. The…
Willen Biogas has hired Xergi to develop and operate its new waste-to-energy plant in Enfield, London, the UK. This 27,000tpa plant will generate renewable power for the grid. It will recycle organic waste matter and make it into agricultural fertilizer. Large amounts of food are wasted every day by households,…
Alstom Renewable Power and DCNS teamed up to develop and commercialize an integrated system for a semi-submersible 6-MW floating wind turbine that could eventually open for export.   The companies plan to be in a position to produce the turbine by 2017, featuring a semi-submersible floating system developed by DCNS…
  The Dii has been dissolved in its current form, and will now only continue to exist as a consultancy firm. Robert Pitz-Paal, Director of the German Aerospace Center's (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR)Institute of Solar Research, explains his view of how the idea of power generation using…
  Siemens Energy has been awarded a contract by Vattenfall for wind turbines and servicing for the Sandbank offshore wind farm in Germany. Under the contract, Siemens will supply 72 Model SWT-4.0-130 wind turbines and will also perform maintenance services on the Sandbank installations for an initial period of five…
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