MGN ImageMAYVILLE – Chautauqua County health officials have reported 16 new COVID-19 cases Thursday afternoon, bringing the total number of positive cases to 550.According to officials, 11 cases are in Battalion 1, one case in Battalion 2, three cases in Battalion 3, and one case in Battalion 4. Of these new cases, two cases are SUNY Fredonia students.485 cases remain under quarantine or isolation orders by the Public Health Director and 235 people are under domestic quarantine for having arrived to Chautauqua County from a state listed on the New York State travel advisory. There also remains two hospitalizations.To date, there have been 416 recoveries, 10 fatalities, and 37,453 negative test results. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Ørsted has signed contracts with 30 local suppliers for its Greater Changhua projects’ first 900MW and expects to award another ten more major contracts within the next two months for the construction phase, including onshore substation, foundations, turbines, and offshore cable installation.Matthias Bausenwein, Ørsted’s General Manager for Asia Pacific, said: “Since we established our office in Taiwan, during more than 800 days of hard work, we have signed 60 contracts with around 30 local suppliers. Greater Changhua projects’ first 900MW will support the development of a strong local supply chain. We will continue to share our expertise in offshore wind and to support local companies to evaluate their competence and capacity.”In the next two months, Ørsted will invite tenders for an EPC contract for the first onshore substation. The appointed EPC contractor will source mainly from local builders and suppliers to deliver the construction.Subject to obtaining all necessary permits and taking final investment decision, Ørsted will start onshore construction for the projects next year.The offshore wind giant has also urged international turbine suppliers to accelerate their localisation actions, since will be an important factor for Ørsted’s final turbine supplier selection.Namely, the company has called the turbine suppliers to provide clear action plans to further localise turbine sub-components (apart from turbine towers) while working with local suppliers through either local manufacturing or assembly facilities in Taiwan.