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GreenGo Energy to develop Megaton green energy park in Denmark

GreenGo Energy, a Danish company, has teamed with the municipality of Ringkbing-Skjern to develop a 4 GW green energy park. The Megaton project, located in the municipality of Ringkbing-Skjern, will be constructed at the upcoming Stovstrup substation east of Tarm. Its construction will require an investment of $8.7 billion in total. In addition to a 2 GW offshore wind project that GreenGo intends to develop, the 4,000 ha Megaton energy park will also include onshore solar and wind projects.

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RWE selects Siemens Gamesa for its Thor offshore wind project in Denmark 

Siemens Gamesa has been chosen by German energy giant RWE as the preferred wind turbine provider for its Thor offshore wind project in Denmark. For the 1 GW offshore project, Siemens Gamesa will deliver and maintain 72 of its SG 14-236 DD offshore wind turbines. A contract for the project was signed by representatives from Siemens Gamesa and RWE at the Danish National Test Centre for Large Wind Turbines in Østerild.

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Ørsted and Skovgaard Energy join forces for Power-to-X

Ørsted and Skovgaard Energy, a Danish renewable energy developer, have signed a letter of intent to cooperate on the development of a Power-to-X facility in one of Denmark’s most attractive sites. The facility will be constructed in stages and can, thus, play a crucial part in both the construction of a large-scale renewable hydrogen export industry for the green transformation of Europe as well as in the launch of the Danish Power-to-X industry.

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Hydro Rein, Commerz Real to develop 362 MW solar projects in Denmark

Hydro Rein, a provider of renewable energy solutions, and Commerz Real have decided to establish a joint venture with equal ownership in order to acquire and develop two early-phase solar projects in Jylland, Denmark, with a combined capacity of 362 MW. For an undisclosed sum, the projects will be purchased from Danish developer GreenGo Energy.

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RWE selects preferred suppliers for Denmark’s offshore wind farm

Siemens Energy and HSM Offshore Energy have been chosen by the German energy company RWE as the preferred suppliers for the electrical transmission system for the 1 GW Thor offshore wind project in Denmark. The onshore high-voltage substation’s design, construction, and installation have been awarded to Siemens Energy as the preferred vendor.

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Denmark and Germany partner to build Bornholm Energy Island

The governments of Germany and Denmark have agreed to enhance the capacity of Bornholm Energy Island, an offshore wind hub in the Danish part of the Baltic Sea. As per the agreement, a 470 km underwater cable will be used to transmit renewable energy from the energy island via an increase in capacity from 2 GW to 3 GW.

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Eurowind Energy to set up five energy centers

In Denmark, Eurowind Energy intends to build five big land based energy facilities. The overall capacity of all the centres will be around 2.5 GW. According to the business, all five projects will include wind turbines, solar PV, batteries, and PtX hydrogen synthesis. In addition, the business intends to focus on integrating biogas and hydrogen refining into the centres.

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Four European countries have set a 150 GW offshore wind target

Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Denmark inked an agreement in Esbjerg to produce 65 GW of offshore wind energy and 150 GW of green hydrogen by 2030 and 2050, respectively. Declaring their intention to become Europe’s Green Power Plant, the joint accord intends to tenfold the region’s offshore wind power capacity, with total private sector investments expected to reach €135 billion.

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Denmark to build energy islands for supply of renewable energy

Denmark is planning to set up two energy islands that can supply renewable energy produced by offshore sources to the domestic market of Denmark and other European countries. Denmark will build the first island in the North Sea to serve offshore wind turbines with a 3 GW initial serving facility. The second Denmark energy island will be built in the Baltic Sea’s Bornholm islands, with a serving capacity of 2 GW.

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ENCAVIS acquires two solar parks in Denmark from European Energy

Encavis AG, an SDAX-listed wind and solar park operator, has agreed to purchase two solar parks in Denmark with a combined generation capacity of 105 MWp. Svinningegården, a subsidy-free solar park in Zealand’s northwestern region, has a generation capacity of 34 MWp and is already linked to the grid. In Q1/2022, the 71 MWp Rødby Fjord solar park in Lolland in Zealand’s furthest south-western corner will be connected to the grid.

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India and Denmark to partner in offshore wind energy space

The Government of India and the Government of Denmark have signed an MoU for new and renewable energy cooperation between Danish and Indian companies with the purpose of developing new and renewable energy technologies. Under this MoU, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and the Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate of the Kingdom of Denmark signed a strategic sector cooperation agreement in the field of renewable energy, with a focus on offshore wind energy.

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Eneco and European Energy form a joint venture for Denmark offshore wind tender

Dutch energy company Eneco and Danish European Energy have formed a new joint venture called Swan Wind. The two companies had joined forces so as to submit a proposal for the Thor offshore wind farm tender and Danish Energy Agency has recently qualified this joint venture for the said tender. Thor offshore wind farm is one of the two large offshore wind farms to be built in Denmark before 2030.

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Danish fund eyes Asia in €4 billion green energy push

The project will see CIP adopting investments across a range of climate-conscious technologies, such as: contracted offshore wind, onshore wind, solar PV, transmission, storage, and waste-to-energy in low-risk Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries in the Northern Hemisphere, as well as developed countries in Asia and Australia.

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CIP eyes Euro 10-15 billion of renewable energy investments

According to sources, a third of the funds will be invested in offshore wind farms, one third in onshore wind and solar and the final third in technologies like biomass, waste-to-energy, transmission and storage solutions. Geographically, the investments will be split roughly between North America, Western Europe, and developed Asia-Pacific markets.

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