MHI Vestas is a frontrunner for the biggest turbine The race to come out with the biggest turbine continues unabated. The first turbine with a two-digit MW capacity will be presented this year. MHI Vestas' V164'er fra dengang, den på papiret endnu var en sød lille 7MW-mølle. | Photo: MHI Vestas Offshore Wind BY MAZ PLECHINGER Published: 07.06.17 at 11:18 LONDON "It's working now, " says Torben Hvid Larsen. Read the whole article Get 14 days free access. No credit card required. Create trial Get full access for you and your coworkers. Start a free company trial today Already a member? Log in. More from EnergyWatch Prysmian secures near-billon dollar US contract from CIP, Siemens Energy The Italian company is hired to supply cables for connecting two big regional US energy markets. UK fraud squad probes Tory doner-led Petrofac for alleged bribery in nine countries The British Special Fraud Office is investigating suspicious payments made by Petrofac for period of more than 15 years. Cadeler readies fleet to lift larger wind turbines The Danish offshore operator has decided to exercise its option to replace a crane aboard vessel Wind Osprey. Ikea, Rockefeller Foundations to fund clean energy in developing countries with combined USD 1bn The two moneyed foundations agree to endow a half billion US dollars each to green power projects in developing countries. Baltic Pipe faces three-month delay Danish TSO gets permission to resume pipe-laying efforts for most of the gas project, but other sections are postponed to next year. A "large portion" of the gas is expected to flow next year. Print Print Increase text size Increase text size Decrease text size Decrease text size Further reading Danish parliament allocates funds to European H2 projects Equinor continues to trim foreign portfolio Germany supports hydrogen project with EUR 8bn Hexicon applies for floating wind permit in Skagerrak Denmark allocates additional PtX funds Related articles MHI Vestas presents its 9.5 MW version of its V164 turbines MHI Vestas: US order is a good foothold into the market New cable could kick-start offshore wind sales MHI Vestas expands production following "extraordinary demand"