The Maritime Cluster of the Canary Islands present in the Galician Offshore International Hub 12 de December de 2021 – Posted in: Sin categoría

The Galician Offshore Energy Group (GOE) of the Association of Metal Industries (Asime), the companies Windar Renovables and Navantia, and the Xunta de Galicia has organized this week the fifth edition of what happens to be the international reference congress on offshore wind in the Iberian Peninsula: Galician Offshore International Hub (GOinterHUB), an event in which the Maritime Cluster of the Canary Islands has participated. More than 20 speakers from leading companies, institutions, international associations,…

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 The Maritime Cluster of the Canary Islands intensifies its contacts with the international wind sector at wind Europe 2021 in Copenhagen 30 de November de 2021 – Posted in: Sin categoría

The Maritime Cluster of the Canary Islands, together with the Canarian Society of Economic Development, S.A. (PROEXCA), organized the visit last week to the international fair Wind Europe Electricity City 2021 held in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Canarian expedition had the opportunity to intensify contacts with global entities operating in the wind energy sector through meetings that have served to take the pulse of the international market and to prepare the Canarian participation in the next…

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The Norwegian Equinor presents its wind project to the companies of the Canary Islands Maritime Cluster 15 de November de 2021 – Posted in: news

Representatives of the Norwegian company Equinor have met these days with companies grouped in the Canary Islands Maritime Cluster to explain their project to install an offshore wind farm in the waters of Gran Canaria. Equinor puts on the table the project called FOWCA (Floating Offshore Wind Canarias), an initiative that would represent an investment in the islands of 860 million dollars. Equinor’s visit to the Canary Islands takes place two weeks after the signing…

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Capital Energy presents its offshore wind projects to the companies of the Maritime Cluster of the Canary Islands – Posted in: Sin categoría

Executives of the entity Capital Energy, a Spanish energy company born in 2002, have met with the companies associated with the Maritime Cluster of the Canary Islands (CMC) to explain in detail their investment plans in offshore wind energy installations in island waters. Capital Energy and the CMC begin a new path of cooperation in projects in this sector, for which they have signed a confidentiality agreement that guarantees the exchange of information between both…

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