WindEnergy Hamburg | Day 4

WindEurope’s Wind TV conference platform at WindEnergy Hamburg had a strong offshore theme on Day Three, with big-hitters RWE and MHI Vestas giving viewers an insight into their plans for the sector. Offshore’s exciting prospects in Asia were in the spotlight, ahead of a massive future build-out that’s tipped to see large-scale floating wind deployment, while the day also included a lively debate over the contribution of sea-based turbines to the green hydrogen revolution.

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 Four 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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RWE eyes ‘sizeable positions‘ in East Asian and US offshore wind markets

German utility trying to increase its pipeline with projects in the US, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea, global offshore wind COO Sven Utermöhlen tells Recharge

Photo FRANCOIS LO PRESTI AFP via Getty Images NTB scanpix

Upper limit on wind turbine size 'social acceptance not technology' say industry chiefs

Community buy-in likely to be decisive and permitting system in dire need of overhaul, high-level conference panel hears


'We are all pushing a large wave of projects to 2030 – this will not make it easy for anyone'

Taking over as head of Vattenfall's offshore wind business – including Europe's first zero-subsidy project – during Covid has taught Catrin Jung 'quite a bit', she tells Darius Snieckus

UK should go 'straight to gigawatt-scale' with floating wind to make up lost time: Ocean Winds chief

Grzegorz Gorski says British government needs to scale-up rapidly after being slow to back burgeoning sector when first full-scale array was switched-on in 2017

SHIFTx launch platform ZF

'This is the future': Wind turbine to fuel taxis with green hydrogen in 'world first' Siemens Gamesa trial

Turbine OEM expects first production next month from pilot system that will ship renewable H2 for Danish cab fleet

US Congress will back tax breaks for clean-energy but not Biden's bigger climate plan: AWEA boss

Credits for offshore wind power and standalone energy storage will join wind and solar under the President-elect's energy transition strategy, expects Tom Kiernan

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