Ørsted takes over British battery project

The Danish utility wants to join the club of battery owners in the UK and will now follow in the footsteps of firms such as Centrica, EDF and E.on, as the firm plans to have a 20 MW project near Liverpool.

Belgium paves way for more offshore wind

Belgium will allocate space for at least twice as many wind turbines, announces the government. Up to 4 GW offshore wind will take over for an aging nuclear power plant.

Siemens Gamesa puts figures on German layoffs

The turbine producer's employees in Northern Germany, in particular, are hit by the layoffs. Germany and Denmark will remain crucial for offshore wind, says the CEO, while the new nacelle factory in Cuxhaven has dodged dismissals.

North German wind in crisis

Thousands of jobs from the wind sector have disappeared over the past year. Unclear frameworks are hindering necessary investments.

Vestas: Siemens Gamesa order is no threat

While Siemens Gamesa has won the order for the Wind XI major project, where Vestas has a conditional agreement, the Danish manufacturer expects to remain the major supplier.

"None of us thought it would happen so fast"

After a decade of booming development, the time has come for stable conditions, says Holger Bang, Chief Investment Officer at Nordic Solar Energy. He made his foray into the industry due to coincidence, hard work and particularly his German skills.

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