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Siemens Gamesa signs MoU with Taiwan International Ports Corporation

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy and the Taiwan International Ports Corporation signed a Memorandum of Understanding to begin a collaborative investigation into the development of areas of the Taichung harbor in Taiwan for the Offshore wind business.

07.12.2017

Senvion builds on Irish success with two new contracts for 27 megawatts

Senvion, a leading global manufacturer of wind turbines, has announced two new orders in the Republic of Ireland after its market entry earlier this year. Among those are the first Senvion 3.XM turbines to be installed on Irish soil.

06.12.2017

100 kW Flat Roof Solar System of Hanwha Q CELLS Produces Clean Energy on Roof of German Fire Protection Specialist

A 100 kW Q.FLAT-G4 photovoltaic flat roof system has been installed on the roof of the fire protection company Nagel GmbH in Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Germany. The flat roof solution Q.FLAT-G4 combines Q CELLS solar modules with a customised substructure. The system consists of 356 Q.PLUS-G4 solar modules with 280 Wp and Q.ANTUM technology.

06.12.2017

Pintail Power Hybrid Power Plant With Storage Delivers 10X More Solar Energy

Pintail Power announced today a new patented technology that combines solar and conventional power generation with molten salt thermal energy storage to deliver low-­‐ carbon dispatchable power. The result is the production of more than ten times as much solar energy as in previous Integrated Solar Combined Cycle power plants, delivery of solar-­‐generated energy, and Gigawatt-­‐hour scale storage.

05.12.2017

SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES develops new process for multicrystalline solar wafer

SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES AG (SINGULUS TECHNOLOGIES) has brought a new texturing process for the machining of multicrystalline solar wafers to production readiness.

06.12.2017

Siemens Gamesa to install FES heat-storage for wind energy

Over a period of 3-years, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has been doing R&D-activities on converting energy to heat in rock fill at a testing-unit in Hamburg. Now the company converts its findings into a real scale project. Starting in December, Siemens Gamesa will install the first full scale “Future Energy System – FES“ on the Trimet SE aluminum smelter site in Hamburg-Altenwerder.

05.12.2017

SMA Announces Complete Portfolio of UL-listed Sunny Central Storage Inverters

Today SMA announced two new power classes for its utility-scale storage product portfolio. Now available, the Sunny Central Storage 2750-EV-US for 1,500 V projects has achieved UL 62109 listing, and the Sunny Central Storage 2475-US for 1,000 V projects has achieved UL 1741 listing. Other products in the line-up, including the Sunny Central Storage 2200-US and the 2500-EV-US, achieved UL listing earlier this year.

01.12.2017

Ingeteam technology powers the world’s largest solar plant within a refugee camp

The Al-Zaatari refugee camp is located in Jordan, just 10 kilometers away from the Syrian border. It has gradually evolved into a permanent settlement and in 2015 the camp population was estimated at 83,000 refugees.

30.11.2017

Senvion installs 7,777th wind turbine

Senvion, a leading global manufacturer of wind turbines has just installed its 7,777th wind turbine. The Senvion 3.2M122 is part of the 38.4 MW project Kerkow-Mürow-Landin, developed by Teut Windprojekte GmbH and has been installed over the last week. The company's wind turbines ranging from 1.5 to 6.2 MW are operating in 28 countries on 4 continents. Senvion has a total installed capacity of almost 17,000 MW worldwide, supplying about 11 million households with clean, renewable electricity.

30.11.2017

TÜV SÜD tests the world's first water battery in Gaildorf

On behalf of the Schwäbisch Hall district administration, TÜV SÜD carried out the structural assessment of the towers, water reservoirs and foundations of the Gaildorf natural energy storage plant in Germany, the world's first combined wind-pumped storage project. The pilot project includes the first realisation of the water battery concept developed by Max Bögl Wind AG. The natural-energy storage plant comprises four wind turbines and one pumped-storage hydropower plant. Even for the experienced experts from TÜV SÜD, the complex project presented a major challenge.

30.11.2017

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