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Sumitomo to create 300 jobs at Highlands cabling plant

The Times/The Sunday Times 23 Feb 2024
Sumitomo intends to build a facility to manufacture high-voltage cables for the offshore wind sector ... Sumitomo Electric Industries, a Japanese company, intends to build a facility to manufacture high-voltage cables for the offshore wind sector.
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Vineyard Wind: First 5 of 62 offshore turbines in Cape Cod waters send power to mainland

Cape Cod Times 23 Feb 2024
Other offshore projects looking to land cables in Barnstable — Avangrid's Park City Wind and Commonwealth Wind — have met with concerted opposition from local grassroots citizens groups, including Save Greater Dowses Beach and Barnstable Speaks.
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DOF bags offshore wind farm export cable repair gig

Splash24/7 22 Feb 2024
Norwegian offshore vessel owner DOF has been awarded a contract to repair an export cable for an offshore wind farm in the Southern North Sea ... equipment as well as the complete offshore works.
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A place to play: Wixon School athletic fields, playgrounds should be saved

Cape Cod Times 18 Feb 2024
The recent articles about offshore wind seem to be about where the cables from wind turbines will land on Cape Cod. The real question should be, will offshore wind save money on electric rates? I think the answer is no, it will not.
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Prysmian Shares Rise After Company Gets $5.4 Bln In Cable and Grid Connection Contracts

Market Watch 15 Feb 2024
Prysmian shares rose on Thursday after the Italian electrical-cable company said that it signed contracts with Amprion worth around 5 billion euros ($5.36 billion) for offshore grid connection systems and an underground cable project.
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Prysmian firms up $5.4bn cabling deal in Germany

Splash24/7 15 Feb 2024
Italian cabling giant Prysmian has penned three contracts worth in aggregate around €5bn ($5.38bn) with German transmission system operator Amprion for the BalWin1 and BalWin2 offshore grid connection ...
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Aker Solutions, Principle Power score work on Korean 1GW floating wind project

Splash24/7 15 Feb 2024
... foundation structures required for the Haewoori offshore wind project and perform the FEED of the inter-array cable, marshalling port, wind turbine integration, and transport and installation.
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Yokogawa Provides Remote Operation/Monitoring System and Video Monitoring Solution for Japan’s Largest Wind Farm

The Joplin Globe 15 Feb 2024
... optical fiber temperature sensor, a product in the OpreX Field Instruments lineup, is utilized to detect signs of damage to the submarine cables at the Ishikari Bay New Port Offshore Wind Farm.
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Decarbonisation is Labour’s next green policy disaster

The Spectator 15 Feb 2024
But this is likely to be impossible, not least because the National Grid won’t be able to get hold of enough subsea cables to plug in the required number of extra offshore wind turbines.
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Labour’s Next Green Policy Disaster: Decarbonising the Electricity Grid by 2030

The Daily Sceptic 15 Feb 2024
But this is likely to be impossible, not least because the National Grid won’t be able to get hold of enough subsea cables to plug in the required number of extra offshore wind turbines.
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Maritime Power Shapes the World Order - And is Undergoing a Sea Change

The Maritime Executive 12 Feb 2024
Russia also poses a threat to western undersea infrastructure – mainly communication cables and energy connectors, as well as offshore infrastructures such as oil rigs and wind farms – in the Baltic and North Seas ... Power projection ... ....
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Taskforce considers opportunities of offshore wind and supply chain

The Robesonian 10 Feb 2024
Home News Taskforce considers opportunities of offshore wind and supply chain. NewsTop Stories Taskforce considers opportunities of offshore wind and supply chain ... The offshore export cables would be buried below the seabed surface.
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EU's underground gas storage facilities full, says commissioner

RTE 09 Feb 2024
... the fact that there are now four times more offshore wind projects under planning than under construction, and said that this is resulting in a shortage of subsea cables and other essential supplies.
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