Ørsted’s Board of Directors has appointed Trond Westlie as Ørsted’s next Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and member of the Executive Board and the Group Executive Team effective as of 1 April 2024. On the same date, Patrick Harnett will join Ørsted’s Group Executive Team as Chief Operational Officer (COO).
James Fisher and Sons (James Fisher, UK) and Tokyo Gas Engineering Solutions (TGES, Japan), owned by Tokyo Gas Group, have announced the signing of a Joint Collaboration Agreement (JCA) to provide construction and operations and maintenance (O&M) services.
The Nordex Group is investing in a new power hardware-in-the-loop (PHIL) test bench for grid compliance testing of power electric drivetrains. The test bench includes a grid emulator, allowing Nordex to simulate a wide range of grid conditions, including voltage and frequency variations, power fluctuations, weak grid conditions, and grid faults, without the need for field testing.
Indeximate, a start-up founded in the UK in 2022, has won RWE’s second global Innovation Competition. The competition was launched with the aim to find innovative solutions in the domains of system integration, circularity and environmental protection in offshore wind that can support RWE´s growth ambitions and sustainability targets.
The multi-stage drone system developed by the Deutsche Windtechnik Inspection Body for inspecting rotor blades and lightning protection systems has successfully passed validation during a conformity assessment conducted by Tüv Nord.
OEG Energy Group (OEG) has announced that it has completed the acquisition of ONRG Limited (ONRG), a provider of high voltage (HV) project engineering services to the offshore and onshore energy industry based in East Anglia, UK.
GE Vernova’s Haliade-X offshore wind platform included offerings available from 12 MW to 18 MW with estimated capacity factors ranging from 60% to 64%. Going forward, the company expects to focus its offshore wind business around the Haliade-X 15.5 MW-250.
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