Tuesday, November 08, 2016

Offshore CEO changes, JDR wins Hornsea One order - Windpower Offshore Weekly

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Windpower Offshore Weekly
07th November 2016



Windpower Offshore's weekly roundup of the top news from the offshore industry, companies, policy, wind projects, operations & maintenance and technology.

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Top Stories


GE appoints new                                                offshore CEO


GE appoints new offshore CEO



UNITED STATES: GE Renewable Energy has appointed John Lavelle as its new offshore chief executive officer (CEO), replacing Anders Soe Jensen.




Mizuno replaces Kato                                                as MHI Vestas co-CEO


Mizuno replaces Kato as MHI Vestas co-CEO



DENMARK: Offshore wind turbine manufacturer MHI Vestas has appointed Tetsushi Mizuno as its new co-CEO, replacing Jin Kato, to work alongside Jens Tommerup.




JDR wins Hornsea                                                Project One cabling deal


JDR wins Hornsea Project One cabling deal



UK: The majority of the inter-array cables for the world's largest offshore wind project will be made domestically as Dong Energy contracts Hartlepool-based firm JDR Cables.




GIB independent                                                trustees nominated as sale                                                nears


GIB independent trustees nominated as sale nears



UK: Five independent trustees have been nominated to protect the green status of the Green Investment Bank (GIB) as its sale to an undisclosed private bidder nears completion.







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Technology


'Self-installing' turbine unveiled by Estyco




Hitachi 5MW set for Spanish test site




New Siemens foundations confirmed for Danish pilot




First 8MW turbine installed offshore




Hitachi adds to 5MW platform














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