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Deepwater Wind addresses fishing concerns at N.Y. meeting

Deepwater Wind addresses fishing concerns at N.Y. meeting | WRISE exec: Gender diversity is important for renewables | Ullico to acquire stake in US wind, solar portfolio
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Deepwater Wind addresses fishing concerns at N.Y. meeting
Deepwater Wind executives shared information about an offshore wind farm proposed off the coast of New York during a Bureau of Ocean Energy Management meeting on Monday. Senior Vice President of Development Aileen Kenney says Deepwater Wind and Orsted are committed to working with the local fishing industry and other parties to reach a compromise on various concerns.
The Southampton Press (N.Y.) (11/6) 
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WRISE exec: Gender diversity is important for renewables
Women hold 30% of wind and solar jobs, and the industry must do more to create opportunities for them, says Kristen Graf, executive director of Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy. This entails overcoming challenges such as sexism, unconscious bias and other misconceptions about the industry.
Sierra online (11/6) 
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Ullico to acquire stake in US wind, solar portfolio
Insurance and investment entity Ullico will buy a minority stake in a 1.3-gigawatt portfolio of wind and solar projects in the US, pending regulatory approval. The portfolio features more than 70 projects and is owned by Alberta Investment Management and The AES Corp.
North American Windpower online (11/6) 
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Project Focus
Firm prepares to launch 40-MW wind farm in Vietnam
Renewable energy company The Blue Circle has finished building the 40-megawatt Dam Nai project in Vietnam and plans to begin operations this month. The project features 12 turbines.
Renewables Now (Bulgaria) (tiered subscription model) (11/7) 
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Turkey launches tender to add 4 wind farms
The Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources in Turkey has kicked off a tender to build four wind farms with a combined capacity of 1,000 megawatts. Bids will be accepted until March 7.
Reuters (11/7) 
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Economy, Energy & Trends
Singapore utility tests blockchain-based REC trading system
Singapore-based utility SP Group has introduced a new platform that uses a blockchain-powered system to trade renewable energy certificates for wind and solar between corporate buyers. The system may result in reduced costs and higher transparency for energy trading.
CNBC (11/7) 
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EDP Renovaveis on track to surpass 2020 goal for wind
EDP Renovaveis says it is on track to surpass its goal of increasing its installed wind capacity by more than 10% by 2020. The company said it also has a 1-gigawatt pipeline of new projects slated to come online after 2020.
Reuters (11/7) 
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Policy Watch
UMass plans 4 workshops on fishing, offshore wind in Mass.
The School for Marine Science and Technology at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth is scheduled to hold four workshops in November and December to gather input from the fishing industry regarding offshore wind development.
Barnstable Patriot (Hyannis, Mass.) (11/6) 
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Pro-renewables candidate wins N.M. gubernatorial race
Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham, D-N.M., was elected New Mexico's new governor on Tuesday. Lujan Grisham has pledged to encourage wind and solar development.
The Macon Telegraph (Ga.)/The Associated Press (11/7) 
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