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DNV GL supports acquisition of UK’s largest feed-in-tariff wind portfolio

DNV GL secured a leading role as technical advisor to GVO Wind Ltd and Bluemerang Capital Ltd, supporting the sale of an 80% stake of the 26.1MW Ventus portfolio of wind projects. Ventus is the UK’s largest portfolio of feed-in-tariff (FiT) wind turbines, comprising 53 operational projects located across the UK.

10.04.2018

Hevel Group Builds PV Power Plant for Mine Production in Russia’s Far East

Russian solar modules manufacturer and PV project developer Hevel Group and Russia’s leading precious metals mining group Polymetal signed a contract on building a 1 MW solar power plant at one of the mines located in Khabarovsk region (Russia’s Far East).

09.04.2018

REC breaking ground for one of Singapore’s largest rooftop solar installations

REC Group welcomed Singapore’s Senior Minister of State for the Environment and Water Resources, Dr Amy Khor, as the guest of honour at the ground-breaking and contract-signing ceremony for a new industrial solar installation on the rooftops of its factory in Tuas, Singapore. At the event, REC reaffirmed its lead on climate action by announcing the REC Climate Action Pledge for Singapore.

06.04.2018

IBC SOLAR completes largest ground-mounted PV installation in Turkey

The Turkish subsidiary of IBC SOLAR AG, a global leader in photovoltaic systems and energy storage, has commissioned a ground-mounted solar energy project with a total capacity of 11.4 MWp in the province of Mersin. The project complements an existing 4.24 MWp rooftop installation, which IBC SOLAR Turkey has already completed in January 2018 for Tiryaki Agro, a leading company for agricultural products.

05.04.2018

Deutsche Windtechnik expands its service business in the Netherlands

Deutsche Windtechnik is announcing a new contract in the Netherlands: Starting in April 2018, Deutsche Windtechnik B.V. will take over complete maintenance for the Koegorspolder C.V. wind farm. The wind farm, which is located in the south-west of the Netherlands, comprises twenty-two Vestas V80 turbines. The full maintenance contract will run for ten years.

05.04.2018

Athos Solar completes construction of two more solar parks in Iran

Athos Solar GmbH based in Heidelberg, Germany, has completed two more large-scale photovoltaic systems in Iran. Located in the province of Hamadan, the “Baba Taher” and “Bo 'Ali Sina” power stations each generate up to 8.5 MWp (megawatt-peak). The total investment, which is equivalent to €15 million for the two PV systems, was financed with equity capital from Athos Solar. The company now operates five photovoltaic power stations in Iran producing around 40 MWp and is the largest investor in solar power systems in the country.

04.04.2018

Aalborg CSP reduces the price gap between solar heat and fossil fuels

In order to meet the growing demand for cleaner and cheaper energy solutions, Aalborg CSP A/S have further optimized its concentrated solar power (CSP) technology and achieved significant cost-reduction as a result. With a new standardized lightweight structure, improved performance and up to 60% local sourcing opportunities, the 4th generation CSP parabolic trough technology, also called the AAL-TroughTM 4.0, enables solar heat worldwide to be an economically strong alternative to fossil fuels.

04.04.2018

DNV GL-led consortium finds viable business case for community energy storage

Small-scale, grid-connected energy storage solutions – or “community batteries” – can have a viable business case, supporting the ongoing growth of decentralized energy generation resources. This is one of the key findings of a feasibility study published today by DNV GL, based on work by an industry-wide consortium that includes energy storage firm Alfen and flexibility aggregator Peeeks. The study finds that – given current costs for lithium-ion battery technology and grid expansion projects – community storage can be both economically and socially viable. Furthermore, it outlines a decision-making framework to help grid operators and other stakeholders identify and optimize business models and revenue streams for community storage in any market.

04.04.2018

Bay State Wind Brings New Steel Facility and Manufacturing Capabilities to Massachusetts

Bay State Wind, the 50-50 partnership between Ørsted and Eversource announced it has entered into an agreement with EEW to open and staff a Massachusetts facility to manufacture offshore wind components. Bay State Wind and EEW will collaborate with Gulf Island Fabrication. The collaboration will deploy new and specialized steel manufacturing capabilities that are not currently utilized in the U.S. Together, these companies create an industry-leading force that will build a renewable energy supply chain in Massachusetts, resulting in local job creation and state-wide economic benefits.

03.04.2018

Siemens Gamesa awarded 120 MW expansion of Taiwan’s pioneering Formosa 1 offshore wind power plant

Only one year after the successful commissioning of Taiwan’s pioneering Formosa 1 Phase 1 offshore wind power plant, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has been contracted to supply an additional 120 MW of capacity for Formosa 1 Phase 2. The contracts signed today are subject to the joint venture’s final investment decision and financial close, which are expected later this year. In addition to the turbine supply agreement, a 15-year Full service agreement is also signed and includes the provision of spare parts and tools to help ensure the reliability and optimal performance of the turbines. The installation of the 20 SWT-6.0-154 wind turbines will start in 2019. They will expand the total capacity of Formosa 1 wind power plant to 128 MW.

03.04.2018

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