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Windpower monthly magazine

  1. New York regulators have failed to finalise contracts with developers of 4GW of offshore wind farms after preferred supplier GE Vernova abandoned plans for an expected 18MW turbine.
  2. Persisting high interest rates could make the energy transition even harder and more expensive because renewables are more vulnerable to higher interest rates than more established energy technologies, according to new analysis.
  3. National Grid has formally launched the Viking Link interconnector project that connects the Danish and UK energy grids and shares output from the countries' wind power fleets across the North Sea.
  4. Oil major BP has appointed a new leader for its green energy and gas operations as part of a wider corporate restructuring.
  5. Welcome to the ‘Wind Power’ news review – hosted by Windpower Monthly’s deputy editor, Ian Griggs, and Windpower Monthly reporter Orlando Jenkinson with our regular panellists, Shashi Barla and Will Sheard.
  6. A federal judge has rejected calls to halt construction of a transmission line for a New Mexico wind megaproject that Tribal groups claim will harm Native American tribes’ cultural heritage and the environment.
  7. The estimated cost of Xlinks' plan to export power from a renewables megaproject in Morocco to the UK has spiralled to up to £24 billion (€28.1 billion) amid economic pressures.
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