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V164 wanted in Germany, first Senvion 6.2M152 order



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Windpower Offshore Weekly
03rd October 2016



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MHI Vestas V164 to                                                power Deutsche Bucht


MHI Vestas V164 to power Deutsche Bucht



DENMARK: MHI Vestas has been named as the preferred supplier for the 252MW Deutsche Bucht offshore project in the German North Sea.




First order for                                                Senvion 6.2M152


First order for Senvion 6.2M152



GERMANY: Senvion has signed a conditional contract with Trianel Winkraftwerk Borkum ll to supply turbines to the 203MW Trianel Borkum II project.




Beothuk and CIP join                                                forces for Newfoundland                                                offshore


Beothuk and CIP join forces for Newfoundland offshore



CANADA: Offshore start-up Beothuk Energy is partnering with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) to develop wind farms off the east coast of Canada, starting with the 180MW St. George's Bay project in Newfoundland.




Burbo Bank completes                                                frequency control tests


Burbo Bank completes frequency control tests



UK: Dong Energy's 90MW Burbo Bank has successfully completed tests that demonstrate its ability to provide frequency response to support the national grid network.







EVENT PROMOTION

Are you an giving your blades the attention they really deserve?           

Eduardo García Pérez, Head of Central Maintenance Europe at EDP Renewables said "to inspect and to repair small deteriorations of blades regularly is one of the most effective strategies to avoid major increments in future OPEX" . Like Eduardo, we recognise the attention your blades deserve. So, in  response to the wind industry's huge appetite for more technical knowledge on the topic, the Windpower Monthly Events team researched and produced the award-winning Blade Inspection, Damage & Repair Forum,  taking place in Amsterdam from 10-13 October. More info







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Technology


New Siemens foundations confirmed for Danish pilot




First 8MW turbine installed offshore




Hitachi adds to 5MW platform




Foundation ageing to be analysed a Thornton Bank




ORE carries out onsite erosion research




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