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Net zero spotlight: Scotland seeks renewables investment solutions

Scotland's ambitious plans to be net zero by 2045 mean finding solutions for stalled pumped storage capacity, attracting offshore wind investment and addressing its oil and gas legacy.

UK announces plans for hundreds of new oil and gas projects

New commitments to future licensing rounds will see hundreds of licenses awarded despite controversy over climate change consequences. 

Iberdrola green bond raises €850m for investment

Demand exceeded €2bn, revealing high investor demand for sustainable finance options as Iberdrola sees first energy from French offshore wind. 

Work begins on new FIDIC contract for offshore wind farm projects

International engineering federation FIDIC to develop a new contract addressing the special features and requirements for the offshore wind farm sector.

Underground engineering completed on Oregon wave energy test facility

Jacobs completes underground infrastructure engineering for first full-scale wave energy test facility in the US.

Crown Estate plans new platform to speed up 50GW of offshore...

The Offshore Wind Evidence & Knowledge Hub (OWEKH), a new digital knowledge hub to transform the information landscape of the offshore wind sector, is set to be launched.

RWE to install recyclable rotor blades at Thor offshore wind farm

More than half of the wind turbines at the Thor offshore wind farm in Denmark will have recyclable rotor blades.

RWE/Northland Power JV sign preferred supplier agreement with Van Oord on...

RWE and Northland Power select Van Oord as preferred supplier to transport and install the foundations for Nordseecluster.

Fugro completes world’s first remote offshore wind inspection

A landmark step for offshore operations is set to improve safety and bring significant benefits to the industry.

How offshore wind is evolving to hit 2050 net zero targets

From Canada, Associated Engineering’s David Nagy asks whether the size of projects is part of the problem when it comes to public-private partnerships.
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