• 15.09.2014

    Better Energy buys F&S Solar PV park in Germany

    The Danish asset manager Better Energy Invest A/S announced that it has completed the acquisition of a photovoltaic park in Germany. The park has a capacity of 8 MW and was built by the German solar projects developer F&S Solar.

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  • 12.09.2014

    Innotech Solar delivers photovoltaics to Bangladesh

    The German-Swedish manufacturer Innotech Solar (ITS) has been awarded a contract to supply photovoltaic modules for two solar projects in Bangladesh.

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  • 11.09.2014

    Solar energy for Vietnam's parliament

    This October, Vietnam will be opening the National Assembly Hall in the heart of Hanoi. The Hamburg architects gmp provided the plans for the National Assembly's new headquarters, which will be located across from the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.

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  • 11.09.2014

    Enercon exports the first E-115 turbines to the Netherlands

    The Aurich manufacturer of wind turbines Enercon has begun exporting its new Enercon E-115 turbines. The gearless systems have a power output of 3 MW. Enercon is currently installing the first of its new wind turbines for export in Lelystad in the Netherlands.

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  • 11.09.2014

    Wagner Solar has found an investor

    Wagner & Co Solartechnik from Germany, which has been insolvent since April, has found an investor: the Dutch Sanderink Group. This will enable the company to fully continue operations in the business areas of solar thermal, photovoltaics and mounting systems with approximately 80 employees. We spoke with the new managing director.

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  • 11.09.2014

    Energy storage for DMG MORI SEIKI in Tokyo

    The new headquarters of DMG MORI SEIKI CO. LTD. in Tokyo uses the company's own CellCube energy storage system to store self-generated electricity and protect against power failures. Solar and wind energy are being directly used in the heart of the Japanese metropolis.

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  • 09.09.2014

    Thomas Richterich: After Nordex and Vestas, now at Siemens

    Effective 8 September, Thomas Richterich (53) has assumed a new position as head of the onshore wind energy business at the Wind Power Division of Siemens Energy. Siemens is the third major manufacturer of wind turbines he has worked for, after Nordex and Vestas.

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