Operations & Maintenance

  • IPO planned for NextEra Energy Partners

    NextEra Energy has announced that its limited partnership, NextEra Energy Partners (NEP), has publicly filed a registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

  • Pulse delivers fatigue monitoring system for offshore wind farm

    Pulse Structural Monitoring (Pulse), an Acteon company, has completed a subsea integrity monitoring project on behalf of DONG Energy at the Gunfleet Sands wind farm in the UK sector of the Southern North Sea.

  • Karim Fahssis, CEO, MeteoPole

    Fahssis tells Wind Energy Update why their technology is a breakthrough for the industry and which project developers are using it.

  • New guide studies how birds interact with wind farms

    The Scottish Windfarm Bird Steering Group has worked on a guide, featuring information about how birds interact with wind farms.

  • Juhl Energy expands wind portfolio

    Juhl Energy recently reached a definitive agreement to acquire two operating wind farms in Iowa.

  • Investors look to combine PV and wind assets

    Institutional investors are increasingly looking for diversified renewable energy portfolios that combine wind and solar. We review the trends and the potential impact on the wind power sector’s growth prospects.

  • EDP Renewables signs two PPAs

    Wind energy producer EDP Renewables has signed two power purchase agreements to sell the renewable energy produced from a 150 MW wind farm project located in the state of Texas.

  • UK secures £45bn for electricity infrastructure

    The United Kingdom has secured more than £45bn of investment in electricity infrastructure since 2010, according to the Department of Energy & Climate Change’ Energy Investment Report April 2014.

  • TradeWind Energy buys 150MW Osage project

    Renewables investment group NTR has shared that its US wind company, Wind Capital Group, has completed a transaction with TradeWind Energy for the sale of its 150MW Osage wind farm in Oklahoma in the United States.

  • Ruling goes against MT Højgaard, hits financials

    MT Højgaard has been found responsible in an old offshore case, and the entity will now seek permission to appeal the ruling to The Court of Appeal.

  • Twelve states provide 80% of US wind-generated electricity

    Texas was again the top wind power state with nearly 36 million MWh of electricity.

  • Fugro studies bring monitoring improvement advice

    Fugro worked with Cefas, the scientific advisor to the Marine Management Organisation, to undertake a review of post-consent monitoring at 19 UK offshore wind farms and selected foreign sites.

  • Renewable Energy Leaders Determine Future Strategies to Increase Power Production

    Over 110 wind farm owners including Iberdrola, NextEra, EDPR, E.ON, Google, Infigen, NRG Energy and EDF Renewable Energy will gather at next week’s Wind O&M Summit in Dallas (14th – 16th April).

  • ABB bags $40m order

    ABB has bagged an order worth around $40m from Energinet.dk, the Danish transmission system operator.

  • Deal major step for Dong partnership model

    Danish utility Dong Energy has taken a major step to support its partnership model by signing an agreement to sell 50% of the 210MW UK offshore wind construction project, Westermost Rough, to Marubeni and UK Green Investment Bank.


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