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  • Ørsted’s head of mergers and acquisitions in the US has left for a new role at Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners.
  • Trafigura Group announced on April 9 that it will launch its first carbon trading desk, led by Hannah Hauman, further expanding the scope of its trading activities.
  • A bladeless wind generator designed by a Madrid-based start-up has been dubbed the "Skybrator" due to its suggestive shape and the way it oscillates back-and-forth in a stiff breeze.
  • Several renowned Scotch whisky makers, including Glenmorangie, are working out a spirited plan to power their Highland distilleries with green hydrogen produced using generation from nearby offshore and onshore wind farms.
  • Nordex has selected a new CFO to replace the incumbent Christoph Burkhard, who had held the position since October of 2016.
  • Chicago-based investment bank Marathon Capital has established an outpost in Europe for the first time with a senior hire from Moelis & Co in London.
  • Thomas Brostrøm, the former chief executive of Ørsted’s North American offshore wind division, is preparing to take the helm of Shell’s global renewable generation team next year.
  • Australian asset manager AMP Capital has confirmed that it has received a non-binding public takeover offer from Ares Management Corp.
  • DIF Infrastructure VI has reached a €3.03 billion ($3.5bn) final close after increasing its hard cap.
  • When Engie and EDP Renováveis christened their offshore wind joint venture Ocean Winds, you could be forgiven for assuming that it had taken about 10 seconds to come up with the name. But in the branding world, nothing is that simple.
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