Lithuania’s first offshore wind tender

A 700MW wind farm in the Baltic Sea is the country’s first to be auctioned

Vestas secures deal for 257MW offshore wind in the German Baltic Sea

The company plans to use a new floating installation method that does not require a jack-up vessel

Iberdrola and 50Hertz partner to build offshore substation

The substation is for the Baltic Eagle Wind Farm, which is predicted to produce enough electricity to sustainably power 460,000 homes per year

Vattenfall signs MoU to explore offshore wind options in Poland and the Baltic Sea

The energy giant will collaborate with the chemical manufacturer Synthos

Lithuania forges ahead with 700MW offshore wind power plans in the Baltic Sea

The proposed offshore project is expected to generate up to three million MWh of electricity annually, enough to cover 25% of the nation’s current power demand

German 385MW offshore wind farm officially opened

The Arkona project is expected to generate enough electricity to power 400,000 households

German 385MW offshore wind project delivers first power

Once completed, it is expected to provide electricity to around 400,000 households

Environmental lawyers file complaint to block Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline

ClientEarth is concerned the project will have an impact on marine wildlife in the Baltic Sea

E.ON and Statoil to develop €1.2bn wind project

Statoil and E.ON are investing €1.2 billion (£0.9bn) in a wind project in the German waters. Located 35 kilometres northeast of Rugen Island, the 385MW Arkona wind farm will consist of 60 turbines. The project is expected to provide green energy for up to 400,000 households and create up to 400 jobs during the two-year […]

288MW Baltic wind farm produces first power

A 288MW wind farm in the Baltic Sea has generated its first power which has been fed to the grid. German developer and operator EnBW’s Baltic 2 offshore wind farm is currently being built 32 kilometres north of the island of Rugen. So far, 60 out of the 80 turbines have been installed, with eight […]