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Wind giants Vestas and Orsted in staff travel bans as coronavirus spreads

Recharge - 30 January 2020

Sector heavyweights act on Chinese outbreak as regional body says wider contagion could hit offshore plans

Asia-Pacific: The Next Frontier for the Global Offshore Wind Industry

Navingo - 24 Dec 2019

With pressure on governments in Asia-Pacific to commit to their climate change targets, countries such as Taiwan and Japan have set ambitious goals for renewable energy development.

Taiwan 2019: 7th Asia Offshore Wind Day

Wind Taiwan - 14 Dec 2019

Exclusive Interview with Edgare Kerkwijk, Managing Director of the AWEA

The Future of Renewable Energy

Watson Farley & Williams - 10 October 2019

New investment in renewable energy is, however, fast approaching a key milestone: reliance on subsidy free power generation. As this milestone is reached, industry incumbents will have no option but to adapt to what a subsidy free market means for the industry and their business models. This new era will present challenges and opportunities in equal measure.

Harnessing the Wind

Taiwan Business Topics - 12 Sept 2019

Amid progress on major projects, the sale of shares by pioneering local offshore wind-power developer Swancor underscores the challenges facing Taiwanese companies.

Capacity issues loom for East Coast wind developers

WorkBoat - 17 July 2019

Off the New Jersey coast, the bright red hull of the Fugro Enterprise has become a familiar sight to commercial fishermen who pull shellfish dredges and tend gillnets.
Plodding along at around 4 knots, the 170’x40’x11′ survey vessel is making detailed geotechnical surveys for the Ocean Wind energy project, planned by Ørsted to accommodate towering wind turbines that would supply New Jersey with its first 1,100 megawatts of renewable energy generated by offshore wind.

Securing your future in offshore wind

With the dawn of the new 12MW offshore wind turbines, installation capacities of the current, third generation wind turbine installation vessels will be pushed to the limits and beyond. A new generation of jack-up vessels is necessary to serve the future offshore wind industry.

Taiwan to Mandate Local Vessel Use in Some Offshore Wind Activities

The Maritime Executive - 6 April 2019

Two government agencies in Taiwan are considering making the use of Taiwan-flagged vessels mandatory for certain offshore wind farm construction activities, after complaints from local shipowners.
The Bureau of Energy is expected to convene a meeting of developers, contractors […]

Taiwan Making Local Vessels Mandatory for Some Offshore Wind Farm Construction

Asiawind & Eiger - 4 April 2019

Two Taiwan government agencies are considering making the use of Republic of China ("ROC") flag vessels mandatory for certain offshore wind farm construction activities. The Bureau of Energy ("BOE") in Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs is expected to convene […]

Case Study: ECAs to lead the way for Taiwanese offshore

Inframation News - 29 March 2019

Over the past year, Taiwan has allocated 5.5GW to new offshore wind farms, all scheduled for completion by 2025. But so far only one major scheme, Formosa 1 Phase 2, has reached financial close and tariffs have been cut […]

China can’t quite match appeal of European firms as Asia’s windpower infrastructure boom begins

South China Morning Post - 18 March 2019

Building a new generation of wind power infrastructure across key economies in Asia could add up to a bonanza for European firms, in a rare instance where state-owned Chinese companies find themselves on the back foot.
Offshore wind farm […]

Typhoons, Quakes to Shape Asia’s Offshore Wind Projects: BNEF

Bloomberg - 11 February 2018

Asia’s susceptibility to earthquakes and typhoons will dictate the design and timing of offshore wind projects in the region, according to Andreas Nauen, chief executive officer of the offshore business at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy SA. [...]

Northland picks advisors for 1GW Taiwan offshore wind – Inframation News

Inframation News - 9 February 2018

Green Giraffe and Taiwan’s Cathay United Bank (CUB) have been co-mandated as financial advisors for two Taiwan offshore wind projects with a combined capacity of IGW.
The 532MW Hailong II and 513MW Hailong III offshore wind projects […]

Taiwan seen sweetening wind power plan that soured investors

Business Times - 25 January 2018

Taiwan’s offshore wind drama looks set to come to a breezy end next week. Officials from the government and companies developing wind power projects are signalling that the island will likely amend a policy proposal made […]