Danish utility Dong Energy has set an indicative price range of DKr200-255 ($30.04-38.30) per share for the initial public offering of between 15.1% and 17.4% of its existing shares through a partial sell-down of its current shareholders.
26 May 2016 07:43 GMT
Some 30,000 employees and executives at 200 locations across Germany today staged a protest against government proposals for a reform of the Renewable Energies Act (EEG) that they fear will slow down the development of wind energy and threaten the country's export successes.
25 May 2016 01:31 GMT
The head of Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell has warned it would be “strategically unwise” for the group to adopt a renewables-only policy, as making too rapid a transition away from oil and gas would risk the future of the company.
25 May 2016 12:56 GMT
As Denmark's government faces warnings over its international reputation as a renewables investment destination, developers told Recharge they are dismayed by policy changes that could see an offshore wind tender pulled at the last minute.
23 May 2016 11:02 GMT
The Polish government has approved legislation establishing a minimum distance of ten times the turbine height between new onshore wind parks and settlements, which wind groups fear will kill off the incipient wind energy boom in the country.
23 May 2016 10:11 GMT
A consortium led by UK utility SSE will proceed with the 588MW Beatrice offshore wind project off Scotland at a cost of £2.6bn ($3.76bn), with Siemens supplying 7MW turbines and pioneering offshore transformer module (OTM) grid-access technology.
23 May 2016 07:37 GMT
An administrative court in the city-state of Bremen has upheld the suspension effected by a lawsuit by the German nature protection federation BUND against the construction of an offshore wind terminal (OTB) in the port city enclave of Bremerhaven.
20 May 2016 03:20 GMT
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe sparked anger and confusion in South Africa’s renewables sector by claiming that renewable energy projects have “failed” to provide the state utility with the support it needs during times of peak energy demand.
19 May 2016 01:24 GMT
Danish utility Dong Energy has awarded a "multi-million pound" contract to UK engineering support services company Babcock for the construction of what it says will be the world's first reactive compensation station (RCS) for its giant 1.2GW Hornsea 1 wind array off the UK coast.
18 May 2016 09:54 GMT
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