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Old December 2nd, 2011, 11:22 AM   #41
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Wallsend shipyard's £50m plan for 600 wind turbine jobs
by John Hill, The Journal, December 2nd 2011

THE owner of a former Tyneside shipyard is preparing to invest £50m in converting part of the site into a facility to make wind turbine foundations – creating hundreds of jobs.

OGN Group is already using a section of Hadrian Yard in Wallsend to build an oil production platform for American firm Apache, a deal which is worth £150m and has seen around 700 workers brought into the site. It now wants to build a facility on-site for the construction of jacket foundations for offshore wind turbines. The 36,000-square metre facility could be completed as early as 2013, and chief technical officer Graham Kennedy said it could potentially provide “in excess of 600 jobs”.

“The bottom line is that we’re going to be a mass production facility for these jackets, and it’s for that reason that we’re hoping to be undergoing this redevelopment”, he said.

“We’re not just chasing UK contracts, we’re going after the Dutch, Belgian and German sectors as well. There’s only really one yard that’s been working along these lines and that’s in Scotland, and if there’s about 600 or 700 of these to be made per year, it’s not like any one company is going to get the lot.”

Plans for the project are likely to be submitted to North Tyneside Council in the new year, and the company is hoping to get the plan through the entire planning process before Easter. Mr Kennedy said: “We have a lot of work to do on the yard, including new foundations, building the shed and fitting it out with specialist equipment.
Fingers crossed that this plan comes to fruition as it not only adds jobs but also adds to the North East economy with all of the add on trades and business's that would benefit, Port of Tyne Authority for one as the windmill parts would undoubtedly be transported by sea.

However one word of caution is that about a mile to the west of the Hadrian Yard is a building standing empty which is the ill fated Clipper Windfarm production facility.
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Old December 3rd, 2011, 12:25 PM   #42
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Northumberland National Park chief calls for wind farm rethink
by Paul Tully, The Journal, December 3rd 2011


NORTHUMBERLAND National Park chief John Riddle yesterday called for an urgent rethink on Government wind-farm strategy to protect the region’s most treasured landscapes.

A deluge of applications has hit Northumberland, leading to growing fears that parts of the county could be overrun by turbines. Government policy encourages green energy development, and wind farm developers have targeted Northumberland’s wide open spaces.

Turbines are banned from the National Park, but a number of developments are planned close to its borders, with one just 100 yards away.

Yesterday Coun Riddle said: “I think there is a real need for a rethink on strategy. Wind farms are not a guaranteed success. How many jobs do they create and how much energy do they produce? If the wind doesn’t blow, what guarantee is there?

“We should be looking at things in the round, and not putting all our eggs in one basket. “I’m a great supporter of small-scale wind energy, but I am not happy with the exploitation of the wild Northumbrian landscape and the great attraction that we have here being decimated by money-making developers.

Coun Riddle, who farms in Bellingham, close to the Northumberland National Park boundary, is worried at the impact of wind farms on the National Park. Although the park is protected by law against wind farm development within its boundaries, the fringe zone is not safeguarded.


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Widdrington wind farm plan seeks to kick-start
£200m Blue Sky Forest project

by David Black, The Journal, February 2nd 2012


A NEW wind farm scheme will aim to kick-start a £200m tourism and leisure project which its backers claim could create hundreds of jobs and bring a massive economic boost to Northumberland. Renewables company Peel Energy has submitted a planning application to build 13 turbines – each up to 126 metres high – near the village of Widdrington, north of Morpeth.

The 39 megawatt installation is seen as the catalyst for driving forward the ambitious Blue Sky Forest project, which involves developing 2,500 acres of land at the restored Stobswood, Maidens Hall and Steadsburn opencast mines. If approved, the 13 turbines will be the first infrastructure to be built on the site since the vision was first put forward by the local Widdrington Regeneration Partnership (WRP) almost a decade ago.

Blue Sky Forest – which is backed by opencast operator UK Coal and a number of other potential developers – has the potential to create 800 to 1,000 jobs, according to its supporters. It envisages an international-standard golf course and golf academy, a sports academy to nurture young talent, an Olympic-size swimming pool, an outdoor adventure centre, children’s activity centre and an artificial ski slope.

There would also be a holiday village, equine facilities, a 4x4 driving experience, a 300-bed hotel and conference centre, shops and restaurants and man-made lakes for sport and recreation.


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£300m Blyth offshore wind farm
test facility planned by Narec

by David Black, The Journal, April 5th 2012


WORK could start next year on a pioneering £300m research and development project for the offshore wind industry, which would see 15 giant turbines built in the sea off Northumberland. The super-powerful machines – each up to 195 metres tall – would be fixed to the seabed in three separate arrays between 5.6km and 14km off Blyth and Newbiggin-by-the-Sea.

They will be paid for – in an investment totalling an estimated £300m to £400m – by large energy companies or other would-be developers who want to see the next generation of prototype wind turbines tested and working. The Blyth Offshore Demonstration Project has been developed by the town’s flagship National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec), with an £18.5m grant from the Government.

The 100mw test facility will probably see Narec working with three partners, who will be able to choose the make, type and design of the 5mw/10mw wind turbines which they want to see trialled and certified out at sea. The results of the project will help the developers make long-term investment decisions about large-scale, commercial offshore wind farms which they want to build as part of the massive expansion of the sector in the future.

It is the biggest project undertaken by Narec so far, and further cements its international reputation as a testing, research and development centre for offshore turbines.


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by David Black, The Journal, April 5th 2012


WORK could start next year on a pioneering £300m research and development project for the offshore wind industry, which would see 15 giant turbines built in the sea off Northumberland. The super-powerful machines – each up to 195 metres tall – would be fixed to the seabed in three separate arrays between 5.6km and 14km off Blyth and Newbiggin-by-the-Sea.

They will be paid for – in an investment totalling an estimated £300m to £400m – by large energy companies or other would-be developers who want to see the next generation of prototype wind turbines tested and working. The Blyth Offshore Demonstration Project has been developed by the town’s flagship National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec), with an £18.5m grant from the Government.

The 100mw test facility will probably see Narec working with three partners, who will be able to choose the make, type and design of the 5mw/10mw wind turbines which they want to see trialled and certified out at sea. The results of the project will help the developers make long-term investment decisions about large-scale, commercial offshore wind farms which they want to build as part of the massive expansion of the sector in the future.

It is the biggest project undertaken by Narec so far, and further cements its international reputation as a testing, research and development centre for offshore turbines.


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I am begining to wonder if we will see the kind of large scale investment in wind turbine production on the Tyne that we have be promised, so far we have warm words but not much else.
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Old April 9th, 2012, 12:12 PM   #46
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Worries grow over 'sea' of turbines in the North East
by Tom Rowley, The Journal, April 9th 2012



ALMOST 200 more wind turbines could soon be put up across the North East, The Journal can reveal. Applicants want to put another 194 of the turbines in Northumberland, Gateshead and County Durham, according to local councils. About 109 of these applications come in addition to farms that have already won planning permission, our survey discloses. The figures come days after a motion to slow down the rate of wind farm approvals in Northumberland was rejected by councillors. But they backed an alternative motion to consult more widely about the future of the farms. The applications range from a site of 18 turbines with the capacity to produce 75 megawatts of energy to several single turbines on farms.

In Northumberland, 19 turbines are under construction, 59 have been approved subject to a raft of different conditions and a further 33 have received planning permission. Durham County Council is currently reviewing two applications for five turbines each at Sheraton Hill, east of Durham, and at Hamsterley Forest. Planners in Gateshead are considering a single application for a turbine at Eighton Banks. A further two schemes have asked the council if they will require an environmental impact assessment before planning approval is given.

Newcastle, North Tyneside, South Tyneside and Sunderland councils have received no applications.

Coun Glen Sanderson, who brought the Northumberland motion calling for a halt to applications, said he was surprised by the number of potential turbines uncovered by our survey. He said the new figures were “even more disturbing” for opponents of wind farms. “The people that I represent are firmly of the view that Northumberland has already had its fair share of applications,” he said.

A spokesman for Renewable UK, a group which represents firms behind wind farms, said: “Our planning system already factors in the impact of existing wind farms when assessing planning applications and so putting arbitrary limits on wind farms is wrong. “We should continue to assess each wind farm on a case by case basis. Wind farms represent an investment of millions of pounds, of which about a third is retained in the region in the form of jobs, contracts and supplies.”


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Worries grow over 'sea' of turbines in the North East
by Tom Rowley, The Journal, April 9th 2012



ALMOST 200 more wind turbines could soon be put up across the North East, The Journal can reveal. Applicants want to put another 194 of the turbines in Northumberland, Gateshead and County Durham, according to local councils. About 109 of these applications come in addition to farms that have already won planning permission, our survey discloses. The figures come days after a motion to slow down the rate of wind farm approvals in Northumberland was rejected by councillors. But they backed an alternative motion to consult more widely about the future of the farms. The applications range from a site of 18 turbines with the capacity to produce 75 megawatts of energy to several single turbines on farms.

In Northumberland, 19 turbines are under construction, 59 have been approved subject to a raft of different conditions and a further 33 have received planning permission. Durham County Council is currently reviewing two applications for five turbines each at Sheraton Hill, east of Durham, and at Hamsterley Forest. Planners in Gateshead are considering a single application for a turbine at Eighton Banks. A further two schemes have asked the council if they will require an environmental impact assessment before planning approval is given.

Newcastle, North Tyneside, South Tyneside and Sunderland councils have received no applications.

Coun Glen Sanderson, who brought the Northumberland motion calling for a halt to applications, said he was surprised by the number of potential turbines uncovered by our survey. He said the new figures were “even more disturbing” for opponents of wind farms. “The people that I represent are firmly of the view that Northumberland has already had its fair share of applications,” he said.

A spokesman for Renewable UK, a group which represents firms behind wind farms, said: “Our planning system already factors in the impact of existing wind farms when assessing planning applications and so putting arbitrary limits on wind farms is wrong. “We should continue to assess each wind farm on a case by case basis. Wind farms represent an investment of millions of pounds, of which about a third is retained in the region in the form of jobs, contracts and supplies.”


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It might seem perverse, but I find wind turbines to be quite beautiful things. I'd happily move to a nice rural house in sight of them.

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It might seem perverse, but I find wind turbines to be quite beautiful things. I'd happily move to a nice rural house in sight of them.
I do and don't agree with you. Sometimes they can enhance a view, other times they can obstruct or ruin a view.
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Technip Offshore Wind Tyneside move will create 60 jobs
by Iain Laing, The Journal, April 13th 2012


A SCOTTISH offshore wind power company is opening a new base on Tyneside which will give a further boost to the North East’s growth as a centre for the renewables industry. More than 60 jobs are expected to be created at the projects and engineering centre to be launched next month by Technip Offshore Wind.

The Aberdeen-based offshoot of French giant Technip believes the expansion into Tyneside is key to its growth in the growing industry. It is looking to build its business project managing the installation of turbines and connecting them to the national grid with the growth of schemes including the installation of a massive windfarm on Dogger Bank – 100 miles off the North East coast.

“This is a very strong area for our business to grow because of the health of the offshore energy sector here, and there are the engineering skills available here that we need to recruit,” said David Hodkinson, Technip’s vice president, UK.


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1,000 Wallsend jobs created after wind farm grant
By Richard Fletcher, Evening Chronicle, April 13th 2012


Wallsend engineering firm Offshore Group Newcastle is creating up to 1,000 jobs to build foundations for offshore wind farms.

Offshore Group Newcastle (OGN) received a Government grant of £640,000, which bosses said was a ‘vote of confidence’ for its move into offshore wind technology.

The firm said it will build a prototype steel-jacketed foundation at its site in Wallsend, starting later this year.


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Offshore Group Newcastle 'to create 1,000 jobs'

A Tyne and Wear company which builds foundations for wind farms has said it is to create up to 1,000 new jobs.
Engineering firm Offshore Group Newcastle (OGN) made the announcement after receiving a £640,000 government grant.
It said the funding would help it to build foundations for offshore wind farms at its site in Wallsend. The company already employs 1,200 workers.



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By Richard Fletcher, Evening Chronicle, April 13th 2012


Wallsend engineering firm Offshore Group Newcastle is creating up to 1,000 jobs to build foundations for offshore wind farms.

Offshore Group Newcastle (OGN) received a Government grant of £640,000, which bosses said was a ‘vote of confidence’ for its move into offshore wind technology.

The firm said it will build a prototype steel-jacketed foundation at its site in Wallsend, starting later this year.


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I posted this on the Tyne shipping and Port of Tyne thread as well.
I hope we see this happen soon.
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I could accept their appearance if wind turbines were actually useful. Unfortunately, the high carbon footprint from manufacturing, maintenance, repair and replacement and the fact that traditional power plants must be retained on permanent standby due to low wind levels and unreliability renders windfarms pretty worthless (and very, very costly) in addressing sustainable energy needs. I suspect the only reason turbines have gained so much traction is that influential landowners and energy groups are set to profit substantially.

Sadly, I believe many tens of billions will be thrown into this wholly inadequate technology (with energy inevitably bills soaring) before panic sets in and the whole concept is abandoned.
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I could accept their appearance if wind turbines were actually useful. Unfortunately, the high carbon footprint from manufacturing, maintenance, repair and replacement and the fact that traditional power plants must be retained on permanent standby due to low wind levels and unreliability renders windfarms pretty worthless (and very, very costly) in addressing sustainable energy needs. I suspect the only reason turbines have gained so much traction is that influential landowners and energy groups are set to profit substantially.

Sadly, I believe many tens of billions will be thrown into this wholly inadequate technology (with energy inevitably bills soaring) before panic sets in and the whole concept is abandoned.
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The newest models are vastly more efficient and will continue to improve. Every technology takes time to get up to speed and wind will follow (IMHO).

Plus the issue of their intermittance will be largely negated once we have the European supergrid.
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The newest models are vastly more efficient and will continue to improve. Every technology takes time to get up to speed and wind will follow (IMHO).

Plus the issue of their intermittance will be largely negated once we have the European supergrid.
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Offshore Group Newcastle's plans will bring jobs to Tyne
by Ruth Lognonne, The Journal, May 9th 2012


AN OIL INDUSTRY giant has submitted the planning application for a £50m wind turbine factory which will host thousands of workers on the Tyne. Offshore Group Newcastle (OGN) is seeking planning consent for a 36,000 square metre facility to replace its existing factory at Hadrian Yard, Wallsend.

The submission of the application follows an announcement last week OGN has secured a £640,250 government grant to carry out further research on foundations for wind turbines to be sited at sea. The firm’s Hadrian Yard site in Wallsend was chosen by the Department of Energy and Climate Change to build a prototype steel-jacketed foundation for turbines. The investment in creating the Triton jacket is part of an offshore wind component technologies development and demonstration initiative being encouraged by the government.

If plans are approved, the move would create 1,000 new jobs, and it is anticipated 5,000 jobs could follow. OGN chief technical officer Graham Kennedy said “The new factory will require up to £50million of investment and could create up to 1,000 jobs for the area. We hope to start construction in 2013 and have the facility up-and-running in 2014 ready to achieve full capacity in time for the deep water offshore wind farm developments.”

The new facility, measuring 300m by 120m, will comprise three 40 metre wide parallel production lines each leading to a dedicated painting bay. The office block and car parking at the yard will be retained and refurbished.


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Partners sought for £300m Northumberland wind project
by Ruth Lognonne, The Journal, May 30th 2012


The site will provide the catalyst for taking next-generation technologies through to full production

LARGE energy firms are being called upon to collaborate on a pioneering £300m research and development project for the offshore wind industry which would see 15 giant turbines built in the sea off Northumberland. The project, which is the largest of its kind in the UK, is calling for investors to make it a world-leading proving ground for cost-reducing offshore wind turbines. The super-powerful machines, each up to 195 metres tall, would be fixed to the seabed in three separate arrays between 5.6km and 14km off Blyth and Newbiggin.

The Blyth Offshore Demonstration Project has been developed by the town’s flagship National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec) with an £18.5m grant from the Government. Narec is looking to work with three partners, who will be able to choose the make, type and design of the 5mw/10mw wind turbines which they want to see trialled and certified out at sea.

The results of the project will help the developers make long-term investment decisions about large-scale, commercial offshore wind farms which they want to build as part of the expansion of the sector in the future. It is the biggest project undertaken by Narec so far and further cements its international reputation as a testing, research and development centre for offshore turbines.


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