Posts Tagged ‘Brexit’

After Brexit Blow, Wind Parks at Sea Undermine Carbon Prices

In shallow waters off the Dutch coast, you'll soon see why the world's biggest carbon market is struggling with slumping prices. Dong Energy A/S plans to build two offshore wind parks there supplying as many as one million homes. View full post on Wind Power News

Vattenfall commits to £300m UK offshore windfarm despite Brexit

Aberdeen Bay windfarm near Donald Trump golf course will be key testing ground for reducing cost of offshore turbines The Swedish energy company Vattenfall is pushing ahead with a £300m windfarm off the coast of Aberdeen despite last month’s EU referendum vote. The offshore windfarm has been dogged by years of legal battles between Donald […]

British offshore wind projects at risk after Brexit vote

LONDON, July 1 The British offshore wind industry, already bruised by subsidy changes, faces uncertainty after Britain voted to leave the European Union, with investors worried about future government incentives, exchange rates and export duties. Portugal's Energias de Portugal-EDP said it could delay its Moray Firth offshore wind energy project in Scotland and German engineering […]

Siemens freezes new UK wind power investment following Brexit vote

German energy firm will not make fresh plans until the UK’s European relationship becomes clearer, but existing manufacturing will not be affected Siemens is putting new wind power investment plans in the UK on hold due to uncertainty caused by last week’s Brexit vote, the Germany energy company has told the Guardian. A £310m manufacturing […]