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German Utility EnBW Moves Ahead With 960MW He Dreiht Wind Farm

The Maritime Executive 24 Mar 2023
German utility EnBW has sanctioned construction of the 960MW He Dreiht offshore wind farm, moving ahead with development of one of the world's first zero-subsidy wind lease bids ... The project approval is good news for Europe's flagging offshore wind industry, which built only 2.5 GW of total new capacity in 2022.
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EnBW moves ahead with 960 MW German offshore wind farm as it sells nearly half ...

Splash24/7 23 Mar 2023
With a capacity of 960 MW, He Dreiht is one of the largest offshore wind power projects in Europe and the largest in EnBW’s portfolio.
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Germany's EnBW, investors commit to $2.6 billion offshore wind farm

Reuters 23 Mar 2023
FRANKFURT/OSLO, March 23 (Reuters) - German utility EnBW (EBKG.DE) has made a firm commitment to build its 2.4 billion euro ($2.6 billion) He Dreiht offshore wind farm, drawing on a consortium of investors for funding help, including Norway's $1.3 trillion sovereign wealth fund ... It will be one of Europe's largest offshore wind parks.
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2 growth stocks for the next 10 years and beyond

The Motley Fool 21 Mar 2023
Growth is good. Growth stocks offer substantially higher growth rates than the average for the market. If a company is growing fast, then over time its earnings should increase and so should its stock price ... Renewable energy stock. The Renewables Infrastructure Group (LSE. TRIG) invests in onshore and offshore wind and solar farms in the UK and Europe ... .
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Thomas Wilhelmsen interview: New energy and shaping the maritime industries

Seatrade Maritime News 21 Mar 2023
Offshore wind is the new energy sector into which Wilhelmsen has put the most resources to date with a focus on infrastructure and utilising the group’s logistics capabilities ... Edda Wind is listed on Oslo Bors and specialises in service operations vessels for the offshore wind sector ... Europe Asia Offshore Wind Ports Wilhelmsen.
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Insider Q&A: From oil to offshore wind, Ørsted transformed

Federal News Radio 20 Mar 2023
NEW YORK (AP) — One of Europe’s most fossil fuel-intensive energy companies transformed completely in little more than a decade by doubling down on offshore wind ... NEW YORK (AP) — One of Europe’s most fossil fuel-intensive energy companies transformed completely in little more than a decade by doubling down on offshore wind.
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Insider Q&A: From oil to offshore wind, �rsted transformed

Springfield News-Sun 20 Mar 2023
NEW YORK (AP) — One of Europe's most fossil fuel-intensive energy companies transformed completely in little more than a decade by doubling down on offshore wind ... and Germany in 2008 — a time when offshore wind was a curiosity ... Currently Ørsted is building offshore wind farms along the East Coast of the U.S., in Europe and Taiwan.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 10:35 a.m. EDT

The Galveston Daily News 20 Mar 2023
From oil to offshore wind, Ørsted transformed. NEW YORK (AP) — There's scientific agreement that carbon emissions must cease in order to address climate change, but how does a company make that transition and remain profitable? Ørsted, the former Danish Oil and Natural Gas company, ramped up construction of offshore wind farms beginning in 2008.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 10:43 a.m. EDT

Hastings Tribune 20 Mar 2023
From oil to offshore wind, Ørsted transformed. NEW YORK (AP) — There's scientific agreement that carbon emissions must cease in order to address climate change, but how does a company make that transition and remain profitable? Ørsted, the former Danish Oil and Natural Gas company, ramped up construction of offshore wind farms beginning in 2008.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 10:00 a.m. EDT

The Galveston Daily News 20 Mar 2023
From oil to offshore wind, Ørsted transformed. NEW YORK (AP) — There's scientific agreement that carbon emissions must cease in order to address climate change, but how does a company make that transition and remain profitable? Ørsted, the former Danish Oil and Natural Gas company, ramped up construction of offshore wind farms beginning in 2008.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 11:29 a.m. EDT

Hastings Tribune 20 Mar 2023
From oil to offshore wind, Ørsted transformed. NEW YORK (AP) — There's scientific agreement that carbon emissions must cease in order to address climate change, but how does a company make that transition and remain profitable? Ørsted, the former Danish Oil and Natural Gas company, ramped up construction of offshore wind farms beginning in 2008.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 11:49 a.m. EDT

The Galveston Daily News 20 Mar 2023
From oil to offshore wind, Ørsted transformed. NEW YORK (AP) — There's scientific agreement that carbon emissions must cease in order to address climate change, but how does a company make that transition and remain profitable? Ørsted, the former Danish Oil and Natural Gas company, ramped up construction of offshore wind farms beginning in 2008.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 12:04 p.m. EDT

Hastings Tribune 20 Mar 2023
From oil to offshore wind, Ørsted transformed. NEW YORK (AP) — There's scientific agreement that carbon emissions must cease in order to address climate change, but how does a company make that transition and remain profitable? Ørsted, the former Danish Oil and Natural Gas company, ramped up construction of offshore wind farms beginning in 2008.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 10:20 a.m. EDT

Hastings Tribune 20 Mar 2023
From oil to offshore wind, Ørsted transformed. NEW YORK (AP) — There's scientific agreement that carbon emissions must cease in order to address climate change, but how does a company make that transition and remain profitable? Ørsted, the former Danish Oil and Natural Gas company, ramped up construction of offshore wind farms beginning in 2008.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 2:50 p.m. EDT

The Galveston Daily News 20 Mar 2023
From oil to offshore wind, Ørsted transformed. NEW YORK (AP) — There's scientific agreement that carbon emissions must cease in order to address climate change, but how does a company make that transition and remain profitable? Ørsted, the former Danish Oil and Natural Gas company, ramped up construction of offshore wind farms beginning in 2008.

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