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Fishermen’s group signs up to huge windfarm and green hydrogen plan

Irish Independent 26 Jun 2022
Ireland’s largest fishing industry organisation, the Killybegs Fishermen’s Organisation (KFO), is to become a partner in a major floating windfarm project that could see billions of euro invested off the coast of Donegal.
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Ministers poised to snaffle Scotland’s windfarm cash, say Tories

The Times/The Sunday Times 23 Jun 2022
Ministers are considering “pickpocketing” the public body in charge of managing Scotland’s land for a cash boost expected from offshore windfarms.
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Cadeler firms up Scottish offshore wind turbine installation deal

Splash24/7 23 Jun 2022
The project will be executed by Cadeler’s windfarm installation vessel, Wind Orca ... .
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Permission granted for Arklow Bank wind park operations and maintenance facility

RTE 17 Jun 2022
Planning permission has been granted for an operations and maintenance facility for phase two of the Arklow Bank Wind Park offshore energy project ... in the project ... "This means that another critical piece of the puzzle is now in place as we work to deliver this project by 2028.".
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Contract win: Belfast company bags a major offshore windfarm project in France

Belfast Telegraph 13 Jun 2022
A Belfast-headquartered firm has secured a deal to supply its products to a major French offshore windfarm project ... “This project will highlight Ridgeway Rockbags as a confirmed measure for cable protection for other potential offshore wind farm developments in French waters.
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England is failing to capitalise on its onshore wind potential

The Observer 10 Jun 2022
Footnote 54 to the National Planning Policy Framework updated in 2018 made it possible for any small group of “local community” objectors to kill off an onshore windfarm project even if the majority want it.
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Greencoat Renewables agrees second windfarm portfolio purchase in France

RTE 24 May 2022
The 16MW Arcy-Précy windfarm is in the Burgundy region of France and consists of eight Vestas V110 turbines. The project was commissioned between September 2021 and May 2022 and benefits from a government fixed-price contract until August 2041 ... The project was commissioned last July and benefits from a government fixed-price contract until June 2041.
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2 green stocks that I think are no-brainer buys for the future

The Motley Fool 18 May 2022
The stock won a project grant from the German government in January. It has secured investment from the UK government last November for the first phase of an ongoing project at the Whitelee Windfarm hydrogen facility ... The company invests in wind and other renewable energy projects in Europe, with the aim of distributing returns via dividends.
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Eurazeo green fund backs first project

Seatrade Maritime News 10 May 2022
Related. Port of Rotterdam eyes green corridor with Singapore. The first project backed by the fund is the financing of a jack-up vessel for offshore windfarms. The vessel will be used for construction, repair and maintenance of European offshore windfarms and will be finance under a sale and leaseback deal for Harren & Partner Group ... Related.
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Johnson says Japanese PM's visit to UK will accelerate defence relationship, trade partnership

Beijing News 05 May 2022
UK MP Greg Clark has been chosen to spearhead the next chapter between the UK and Japan, as Japanese companies invest billions of pounds into the UK economy through major infrastructure projects, including windfarms and high speed rail.
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Sunak would do well to retain option of windfall tax on oil and gas profits

The Observer 28 Apr 2022
Nothing is ever off the table” if companies don’t ramp up investment in new projects, he said ... Perhaps the comment was just a prod to Looney to stop boasting about his cash machine and start hyping the BP billions going into UK windfarms, carbon-capture projects, hydrogen developments and electric charging points ... Yes, the companies would grumble ... .
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Green impact of EIB-financed projects must be published, Ombudsman rules

Irish Independent 26 Apr 2022
... bailout a decade ago including backing big projects like the €200m Opera scheme in Limerick city and dairy group Carbery’s construction of a new €78m cheese plant in West Cork as well as dozens of projects to build and refurbish schools, social housing and windfarms.
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Bristol community secures funding to build tallest wind turbine in England

The Observer 17 Apr 2022
Although wind projects were allowed to apply for subsidies again in 2020, only developers with commercial-scale windfarms were able to meet the minimum energy threshold ... The strategy only promises to consult with “a limited number of communities” to develop turbine projects in return for lower energy bills.
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RWE aims to invest €1.5 billion in Ireland by 2030

RTE 13 Apr 2022
German energy company RWE said it plans to invest €1.5 billion in renewable projects in Ireland over the next eight years ... It also as an onshore windfarm at Dromadda Beg, near Listowel in Co Kerry, and 8.5MW battery storage facility at Balbriggan, in Co Dublin, which was the company's first such project in Europe.
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Oil Major Joins Copper Mining Firm to Bid on Offshore Wind Leases

The Maritime Executive 13 Apr 2022
TotalEnergies has extensive experience in offshore oil and gas, and it has a growing portfolio of offshore wind projects under development worldwide. Its first operational windfarm is scheduled to come online off the UK later this year, and it has about six gigawatts of capacity in the pipeline.

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