German winner of Thor tender in talks about energy islands

The Nordics are "of particular interest to us", states RWE's CEO of Onshore Wind, which has its sights set on all countries in the region after securing the first GW.

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Over the course of the past three months, quite a few offshore wind events have taken place around the globe – not least in new and developing markets. A somewhat constant shared feature of them all has been RWE's involvement in some capacity.

The German utility had projects set for Japan's first offshore tender as well as Europe's first large-scale floating wind auction, Scotwind. The company signed a Memorandum of Understanding in South Korea to be involved from the get go and has confirmed its intentions to make bids in Taiwain. On top of this, the company is on the list of interested parties for Italy's first tender and will take part in next month's seabed lease auction in New York.

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