WindEnergy Hamburg 2020 | Day 3

WindEurope’s Wind TV conference platform at WindEnergy Hamburg delivered a second day of top level speakers and informed and thought-provoking debate, with the future evolution of onshore turbine technology and the massive potential expansion of the offshore sector high on the agenda, with industry heavy-hitters MHI Vestas and Siemens Gamesa among those offering insights into their future plans. Thursday’s agenda includes the launch of a major report from ocean energy action group OREAC but you can get an exclusive preview of its landmark findings in today’s newsletter.

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 Three begins, via the links below, and watch for our ten-minute Business News Live briefing at 1300CET on WindTV’s OpenStream platform.

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Offshore wind 'could meet 10% of Paris target' if governments back scale-up: Orsted/Equinor-led group

Report by Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition sets out five 'building blocks' for new markets that could underpin construction of over 1.4TW globally by 2050

Photo Siemens Gamesa

'Technically, there is no upper limit to turbine size': Siemens Gamesa onshore technology chief

Wind OEM working on 'split' blade design for larger models and ways to dismantle machines for transport, says Jorge Magalhães


Nordex 5MW onshore wind turbine gets seal of approval for international markets

TÜV SÜD's type certificate anointment follows assessments of the first two N149/5.Xs in Germany for 'overall concept as well as principal components'

GE wins second major US order for Haliade-Xs as Vineyard drops MHI Vestas machines

Developer opts for larger offshore model turbines from American OEM for delayed $3bn project off Massachusetts

SHIFT - The newborn - ZF

'Silly': top UK trade official slams Brexit lockout from key offshore wind group

Richard Burn says cooperation vital over shared objectives but Britain currently excluded from North Seas Energy Cooperation

Siemens Gamesa to expand German plant to meet booming European offshore wind turbine demand

OEM secures additional land next to Cuxhaven offshore factory that will be sufficient for demand until 2026-27, OEM’s offshore wind CEO Bauer says

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