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Challoch Energy, established in 2009, undertakes project development and implementation, consultancy, research and analysis in the energy efficiency, cogeneration and renewable sectors. Challoch Energy is based in Belgium. Challoch's clients include local authorities, oil and gas companies, the chemical industry, the food industry and various finance institutions.

Challoch Energy is actively engaged in the low carbon energy market and the articles below are ones that we have found interesting:

 
Oil Majors Take a Plunge into Offshore Wind

March 24, 2017 - Big oil is starting to challenge the biggest utilities in the race to erect wind turbines at sea.

Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Statoil ASA and  Eni SpA are moving into multi-billion-dollar offshore wind farms in the North Sea and beyond. They’re starting to score victories against leading power suppliers including Dong Energy A/S and Vattenfall AB in competitive auctions for power purchase contracts, which have developed a specialty in anchoring massive turbines on the seabed.

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Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands Want to Build an Island Hub to Support 100GW of Offshore Wind

March 23, 2017 - A group of European countries is looking to build a giant island in the North Sea order to support up to 100 gigawatts of offshore wind projects. The island could also become a crucial provider of renewable-power-to-gas for Europe.

It is intended to act as a staging post for turbine operations and maintenance crews, as well as to provide a central connection for planned far-shore wind farms and host direct current lines acting as interconnectors between Denmark, Germany, Holland, Norway and the U.K.

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Fortum in JV to build Lithuanian CHP plant

March 22, 2017 - Fortum is to start construction on a Lithuanian energy-from-waste plant in the autumn.

The Finland-based energy group announced that a joint venture, called Kauno Kogeneracine Jegaine (KKJ), has been formed to build the combined heat and power (CHP) plant.

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