ENI by means of Vargronn ink take care of Equinor for wind venture offshore Norway


Italian vitality main ENI mentioned on May 6 Equinor and Vargronn, the Norwegian renewable vitality firm established by HitecVision and ENI, have signed a collaboration settlement to collectively put together and submit an software to the Norwegian authorities to develop floating offshore wind at Utsira Nord west off Utsira and Haugalandet within the Norwegian North Sea, one of many world’s most essential areas for wind sources.

The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has opened two areas for offshore renewables (Utsira Nord and Sorlige Nordsjo II), and the authorities are presently engaged on the licensing course of.

“The North Sea has some of the world’s best wind resources,” Equinor Executive Vice President for New Energy Solutions Pal Eitrheim mentioned, including that floating offshore wind farm at Utsira Nord may very well be the subsequent venture at scale to drive industrialisation of floating offshore wind and create new alternatives for Norwegian trade. “Together with Vårgrønn, we are eager to contribute to a new chapter in Norway’s energy legacy and position floating offshore wind as a new industry contributing to the energy transition. As the leading floating offshore wind developer, Equinor has the experience and capabilities necessary to develop the next full-scale floating offshore wind farm in Norway after Hywind Tampen” Eitrheim mentioned.

Vargronn CEO Olav Hetland hailed the partnership with Equinor on floating offshore wind, contributing to the continued improvement of Norway as a number one vitality nation. “This project will be essential for Vargronn development and for our ambition to achieve 1 gigawatt (GW) of installed capacity by 2030. Developing a home market for offshore wind power, particularly floating, will be crucial for developing the Norwegian industry in this sector and for positioning new technologies in a growing global market. Vårgronn and its owners make available their competence and commitment to help further develop a new industry within the renewable energy sector in Norway” Hetland mentioned.


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