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PGS enters offshore wind market

PGS has been awarded its first ultra-high resolution offshore wind farm site characterisation project. The survey will cover two European windfarm sites, both of which are in a development phase. PGS will mobilize a 3D vessel for the project in early April 2023 and expects to complete acquisition towards the end of June. The data will be acquired with the ultra-high-resolution 3D (UHR3D) P-Cable system. PGS is a Norwegian marine geophysical company that provides a broad range of seismic and reservoir services, including data acquisition, imaging, interpretation, and field evaluation. Norway

Equinor and bp Bid for third New York offshore wind solicitation

Equinor and bp jointly bid into New York’s third offshore wind solicitation (NY3). Equinor and bp’s bid, submitted to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) in response to the state’s most recent offshore wind energy solicitation, would provide New York with renewable energy from the 1360MW Beacon Wind 2 lease area located approximately 60 miles off the eastern tip of Long Island. Equinor and bp’s proposal includes new manufacturing plants. The proposal includes a facility to produce cable components for offshore wind projects both locally and around the world.? Additionally, working with offshore wind turbine manufacturers, Equinor and bp propose to support the establishment of facilities to manufacture wind turbine components, such as blades and nacelles, in New York State. United States

Four US offshore wind projects bid in third NY solicitation

The wind farms cover over 4500MW of combined capacity US offshore wind farm projects South Fork, Sunrise Wind, Leading Light, and Beacon Wind 2 have submitted bids in New York’s third solicitation round. The four projects are seeking offshore wind power contracts from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Orsted and Eversource are developing the 130MW South Fork and the 924MW Sunrise Wind. The 2100MW Leading Light Wind project is being developed by Invenergy and New York-based energyRe. The 1360MW Beacon Wind project is being developed by Equinor and bp. The third New York solicitation marks additional progress toward achieving the state’s Climate Act mandate to secure 70% of its electricity from renewable energy by 2030 and at least 9000MWof offshore wind by 2035. “As the only American-led offshore wind project in the New York Bight, Leading Light Wind has an unmatched commitment to advancing a domestic offshore wind industry that secures American competitiveness in the global market, delivers a just energy transition, and builds new opportunities for New Yorkers,” said Michael Polsky, Founder and CEO at Invenergy. David Hardy, Group EVP and CEO Americas at Orsted, said: “We’re confident this new proposal offers statewide, comprehensive offshore wind solutions and integrated clean energy innovation for New York, a state where we already have two advanced projects and have invested in supply chain development, workforce training and O&M capabilities. Molly Morris, President of Equinor Wind US, noted: “Equinor and bp are eager to build on the significant experience gained through our work in New York over the past five years to bring more offshore wind energy to the state. “The commitments and opportunities that we have outlined in this bid are informed by our team’s ongoing efforts to develop offshore wind for the state. Our deep understanding of the workers, communities and economic opportunities related to this new industry allows us to invest in New York where it matters most.” United States

Iberdrola wins four French agrovoltaic projects

The solar farms cover a combined 12MW of capacity Iberdrola has been awarded four agrovoltaic projects with a total capacity of 12MW in the renewable energy innovation tender launched by the French Ministry for the Energy Transition. The four photovoltaic projects submitted by Iberdrola won their bid and obtained the maximum capacity of 3MW. One of the projects, named Kirch, is aimed at improving animal welfare and the pastures used to feed the cattle where the panels are located. The project’s solar structures are placed at a minimum height of 1.5 metres, allowing cows to find shelter under the photovoltaic panels. The other three projects, dubbed Maubec, Lapenche and Solomiac, aim to improve agricultural land. The tender conditions include contracts for difference, with the price per MWh being set for 20 years above the market value in order to compensate for the prioritisation of caring for agriculture and livestock farming, rather than maximising the plants production. France

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