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Macquarie units agree to deals worth over €6bn in Germany and UK

The firm’s newest European fund has bought a chemical parks supplier, while the group has also acquired two offshore wind farms.
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Japan unveils areas for offshore wind development

Most of the EIAs local firms have launched are located in the selected areas, a source said.
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Stonepeak seals first offshore wind deal in Taiwan

The acquisition of a 95% stake in the renewables division of chemical manufacturer Swancor, includes a stake in the 376MW Formosa II project.

Taiwan´s offshore wind sector to face financing turbulence

Sources warn of diminishing support from export credit agencies as the country steps ups its localisation requirements.
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Localisation requirements delay financial close for wpd’s Yunlin project

Company cites preparatory work over the supply chain, including local content requirements, for delay over Taiwan’s 640MW wind project.
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Japan’s offshore wind sector faces challenges

A lengthy approval process needs to be halved if the country is to meet its goal of installing 10GW of wind capacity by 2030, law firm White & Case says.
Long row a very tall windmills offshore

Sumitomo-led fund to acquire two UK offshore wind farms

The Japanese trading house has partnered with SMBC and the Development Bank of Japan to raise a ¥30 billion fund that will invest in offshore wind investments abroad.
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Throwing a FiT: inside Taiwan’s offshore wind debacle

After an unexpected feed-in-tariff cut, investors and developers ponder whether they have overlooked political risks in a seemingly promising market.

Is Taiwan’s offshore opportunity gone with the wind?

An unexpected cut in government subsidies threw the island’s offshore wind market into disarray. Now, Taipei is trying to convince worried renewables investors to stay.

Taiwan back-pedals on proposed FiT cut after developers push back

While the new FiT tariff at NT$5.516 per MW is still 5.7% lower than last year's, it represents a much more modest reduction than the 12.7% cut the government had in mind.
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