WindEnergy Hamburg 2020 | Day 2

The opening day of the first virtual WindEnergy Hamburg conference kicked off with high-level ministerials from European Commissioner for energy Kadri Simson, UK energy minister Kwasi Kwarteng, Denmark’s energy and climate minister Dan Jorgensen and others all highlighting the transformative potential European wind power would have in getting the region to its net zero climate targets, with leading industry figures from developers RWE and Vattenfall and OEM MHI Vestas offering their views on what would be needed to turn vision into reality.

Recharge, as exclusive media partner of the WindTV conference organised by WindEurope and exhibition run by Hamburg Messe, is on hand reporting through the week. Get a jump on the main talking points as Day Two begins, via the links below, and watch for our ten-minute Business News Live briefing at 1300CET on WindEurope WindTV’s OpenStream platform.

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IEA: Fall in offshore wind costs may be steeper than seen in solar, but European OEMs could lose out to Chinese

International Energy Agency boss Fatih Birol tells digital event that he expects massive price reductions in offshore wind, but that the pioneering European manufacturers will face growing competition from Asia

Andreas Nauen Photo SGRE

Wind power can make Europe 'world's first climate-neutral continent': WindEurope's Nauen

Siemens Gamesa CEO says 'foundations needed now' if sector is to help meet EU 2050 goal


'Distance rules a big downside to repowering potential': RWE Renewables' Dotzenrath

Industry demands streamlining of rules for replacing old turbines with new models on operating projects

'Seconds not months': permitting studies can be sped up with greater use of technology, says EDPR boss

Rui Teixeira tells conference that the 'major issue' of planning permission bottlenecks could be improved with investment in smarter technologies

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UK and Belgian ministers connect on 'mutual interest' of linked-up offshore wind farms

Ministers discussed opportunities for North Sea interconnection, panel hears, as momentum for 'hybrid' projects grows

'Multiple options': Atlantic Shores to bid range of offshore wind project sizes off US

Shell-EDF development joint venture spreads bets off New Jersey ahead of deadline for up-to-2.4GW solicitation in Atlantic

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