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DONG Energy to change company name to Ørsted

Following the profound strategic transformation from black to green energy and the recent divestment of the upstream oil and gas production, the name DONG Energy does not fit the company anymore.

05.10.2017

Goldbeck Solar and Astronergy realizing a 15.5-GWp solar park in the Netherlands

Solar expert Goldbeck Solar transfers its international solar EPC know-how to the Netherlands. In the industrial zone of Veendam, the German company from Hirschberg builds a 15.5 MWp turnkey solar park and will connect it to the grid until the end of 2017. The project will be realized for Astronergy. The company, which belongs to the Chinese Chint Group, is well-known as a solar panel manufacturer and project developer, has successfully developed and marketed the solar park.

05.10.2017

Fronius continues on the path to success in Ukraine

As the quality leader on the global solar energy market, Fronius Solar Energy is also enjoying success in Ukraine. The company has a local presence with its own branch near Kiev, from which customers benefit from a comprehensive range of consultancy and other services. Fronius inverters are now even easier to install, with a special software setup that adapts the devices to the applicable grid requirements in Ukraine, such as voltage regulation and support. All important documents are also available in the national language. Special training sessions, seminars and workshops for Fronius Sales and Service Partners complete the offering.

03.10.2017

Senvion wins first deal in Argentina totalling 97 MW

Senvion, a leading global manufacturer of wind turbines, has secured an agreement for its first partnership in Argentina with EREN Renewable Energy ("EREN RE") for the supply and delivery of 27 Senvion 3.6M114 NES turbines. The project, developed and owned by EREN RE, was awarded a PPA in the RENOVAR Round 1 tender in October 2016. A total of 1,142 megawatts (MW) of different technologies were awarded of which 707 MW were wind projects. The project is still under development and has certain conditions precedent.

04.10.2017

Siemens Gamesa lands a new contract for the supply of 34 MW in China

Siemens Gamesa has secured an order from the Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute for the supply of 34 MW in China. The company will supply 13 of its G114-2.625 MW turbines at the Hubei Energy Lichuan Zhonghao wind farm located in Lichuan Qiyueshan, in the province of Hubei.

03.10.2017

DNV GL releases updated GRIDSTOR Recommended Practice for grid-connected energy storage systems

DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts and certification body, today published an update of its GRIDSTOR Recommended Practice (DNVGL-RP-0043) for grid-connected energy storage. The updated version incorporates the latest storage technologies and market developments and provides the most up to date recommendations on safety, operation and performance for grid-connected energy storage systems.

02.10.2017

Stephan Hansen stays with the juwi board for another three years

The supervisory board of the juwi AG extended the working contract with board member Stephan Hansen (51) for another three years. Within the executive board of the Wörrstadt based project developer for renewable energy, Stephan Hansen is responsible for all business activities in the international regions of EMEA, APAC and Americas. He is also responsible for the supply chain, IT, occupational health security (OHS) and quality management.

29.09.2017

ProfEC Ventus releases "ONE STOP WIND SHOP" for accredited wind measurement systems and calibrated sensors

In the new "One Stop Wind Shop" of ProfEC Ventus GmbH, customers find everything necessary for a successful, accredited wind measuring campaign, including certified and calibrated measurement technology and accredited services such as data analysis, wind resource assessments and energy yield prognoses.

29.09.2017

Siemens Gamesa awarded 96.6 MW onshore wind power order in Northern Norway

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy will supply the Sørfjord Vindpark onshore wind power plant in Northern Norway with 23 units of their Onshore Direct Drive OptimaFlex wind turbines. The SWT-DD-130 turbines will each feature a rated capacity of 4.2 MW and a 130 meter diameter rotor. All turbines will be installed on towers with 80 meter hub heights. A five year service and maintenance agreement is included.

29.09.2017

WKN sells 25.2 megawatts Swedish wind project

WKN AG, a leading developer of wind energy farms based in Husum, Germany, sold the Swedish wind project Laxaskogen to a German private investment group at the end of September. The wind farm will be built in the South of Sweden.

29.09.2017

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