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MHI Vestas Signs Firm Order for Largest MW Project in Company History

MHI Vestas Offshore Wind will supply 90 of its flagship V164-9.5 MW turbines for the 860 MW Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm project; its largest MW project to date. MHI Vestas celebrated the financial close of the deal with innogy, at the site, confirming the project as the largest (MW) in the history of the turbine company. Affirming its strengthening position in the UK offshore wind market, the Danish-Japanese joint venture will supply 90 of the world’s most powerful commercially available turbine, the V164-9.5 MW, and has agreed on a comprehensive 5-year O&M agreement.

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Methanol ‘Green’ Fuel Cell Has Potential To Transform Large Scale Transport

Earlier this week, the MS innogy commenced operations for green tours on the beautiful Lake Baldeneysee. The passenger vessel, is the first in Germany to be powered by methanol fuel cells, is a part of innogy’s “greenfuel” project where they demonstrate the entire value chain of environmentally friendly methanol, from a green production of methanol using CO2 from the surrounding air, green electricity, and water, to the use of methanol as a fuel in the excursion vessel and in cars, ships, and aircraft. The demonstration took place in Essen – this year’s “Green Capital of Europe” and went hand in hand with the ambitious transition the city is undergoing in reinventing itself as a “Green City”.

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Paradigm Shift For Fueling Transportation? Innogy Presents Alternative To Oil

The energy revolution is now also picking up speed in transportation. In the “Green Capital of Europe-Essen 2017”, MS innogy was christened and put into operation as a regular passenger vessel. It’s powered by an environmentally friendly methanol fuel cell. The energy required for the whole operation comes entirely from renewables. Peter Terium, CEO, innogy SE said – “with MS innogy we are enabling people to experience the energy revolution directly; show in a very practical way what a clean energy future without oil could look like. We can do this by producing green fuels such as methanol with renewable energy and using them to drive environmentally friendly ships, aircraft and heavy goods transport”

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Go Ahead For Electrical System, Processing Power From 900MW Offshore Wind Farm

The UK Government, Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has given development consent for the electrical system required to transmit the power that will be produced by the 900-MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm. The Triton Knoll wind farm has been in development since 2004 and permission was given for the project’s offshore wind turbines in summer 2013. The government has now given the go-ahead for the electrical system needed to transfer the power into the grid.

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