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INDONESIA: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has won a turbine order from independent power producer Equis Energy, including engineering, procurement and construction.
UK: A court in Scotland has refused the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds' request to challenge a decision backing 2.3GW of offshore wind capacity.
GERMANY: A group of wind organisations have called for the cap on offshore installations to be increased as the total fleet grew by 626MW in H1 2017.
WORLDWIDE: Three major turbine manufacturers have been awarded small deals across three markets, totalling 85.5MW.
CROATIA: Senvion has won a turbine order from local firm Vjetroelektrana Orjak to supply a 10MW project in southern Croatia.
SAUDI ARABIA: The government has launched a pre-qualification round for 400MW of wind energy at Dumat al Jandal, in the northern Al Jouf region.
TURKEY: Siemens-Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has been awarded the contract to supply 36 3.3MW turbines for two projects in Konya province in the Central Anatolia region.
NETHERLANDS: Vestas has been awarded a 22MW turbine order from local developer Eneco for the second phase of a repowering project on the Dutch coast.
GREECE: Global Wind Day on 15 June celebrated the 500GW installed capacity milestone. Much of that is installed on wide open plains. However, sometimes the industry goes to extraordinary lengths to get to the best winds
WORLDWIDE: In recent months, subsidy-free bids have dominated headlines as wind continues to demonstrate its burgeoning competitiveness with fossil-based generation.
WORLDWIDE: Are the negative effects of offshore wind farm construction on the marine environment balanced by the positive effects of boosting marine biodiversity once the foundations are in place? It is all a question of scale.
UK: Bigger turbines and the creation of a local supply chain are raising expectations for the future of offshore wind in the UK. The next step could be looking at export potential.
UK: Dong Energy's Burbo Bank Extension is the first project to be commissioned after winning support in the UK's initial contracts for difference tender in 2014. David Milborrow looks at the balance sheet for this new round of offshore wind farms.
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Last updated 02 June 2017
|Project||Country||Capacity||Developer||Turbine||Online year||Date reported|
|Jaeun Island||South Korea||21MW||Serveone||Vestas V126-3.45MW||2017||31/05/2017|
|Santa Rita||US||300MW||Invenergy||GE Renewable Energy GE2.5-116||2018||31/05/2017|
|Senjitu III||China||148.5MW||HECIC||GE Renewable Energy GE2.75-120||2018||11/05/2017|
|Qiansongba||China||50MW||HECIC||GE Renewable Energy GE1.85-82.5||2018||11/05/2017|
|Molenbaix||Belgium||10MW||Eneco, Clef||Senvion MM100 2MW||2017||10/05/2017|
|Moulins Saint Roch||Belgium||8MW||Ipalle||Senvion MM100 2MW||2018||10/05/2017|
|Meerhout||Belgium||10.2MW||Engie Electrabel||Senvion 3.4M114||2017||10/05/2017|
|Limbwas||India||100.8MW||ReNew Power||Suzlon S111 2.1MW||2018||20/04/2017|
|Vaclavice||Czech Republic||26MW||EEH||Senvion MM100 2MW, MM92 2MW||2017||11/04/2017|