Wind Energy

Nordex secures 243 MW contract for wind park in the U.S.

The 3-MW-turbine by Nordex is especially popular in Texas. (Photo: Nordex Group)

The wind turbine manufacturer Nordex Group has secured a 243 MW wind turbine order for the United States. Nordex will supply 81 AW125/3000 wind turbines for a wind farm in Texas.

28.07.2016

92 MW offshore wind farm being built near Scottish East Coast

The Swedish energy company Vattenfall has bought Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group’s 25% share of the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) also known as “Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm”. With this the company now fully owns the project, which was developed together with AREG.

25.07.2016

Nordex receives orders for projects with more than 30 MW in Greece

Terna Energy SA, a Greek renewable energy company, has ordered a total of 10 Nordex wind turbines for two wind parks in Greece. Both sites are located in a strong-wind region near Athens.

14.07.2016

51 MW wind farm project in Russia

A 51 MW wind park will be constructed in the Republic of Kalmykia – the only region in Europe where Buddhism is practiced by a plurality of the population (according to a 2012 census 37.6%). (Picture of the Flag of Kalmykia: Drawn by Conscious [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons)

A wind park with a total capacity of 51 MW is being developed in the Russian Federation in Kalmykia. Turbine manufacturer FWT will be responsible for the turnkey realization of the project, which is scheduled to start commercial operation in 2017.

14.07.2016

Gamesa lands new 48 MW order in China

Photo: Gamesa

Gamesa has announced a new order from Chinese utility Datang for the supply of 48 MW at Sanlengshan wind complex. The company has been contracted to install 24 G97-2.0 MW turbines.

13.07.2016

Siemens offers 8 MW turbine

 Only a few components of the predecessor with a capacity of 7 MW (depicted) had to be changed for the performance enhancement of the new SWT-8.0-154. (Photo: Siemens AG)

The German company Siemens expands its portfolio of direct drive offshore wind turbines. The new SWT-8.0-154 has a capacity of 8 MW.

07.07.2016

Accelerating grid expansion and reducing costs

According to a recent German study, technical innovations, standardisation and optimised planning will save time and costs for offshore grid connections. (Photo: DOTI 2010 / alpha ventus)

A recent study carried out by the German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation shows that significant acceleration and cost reduction can be achieved in the area of offshore grid connections. It also proposes improving network utilisation to quickly eliminate bottlenecks on land.

05.07.2016

DONG Energy to build offshore wind farm Borkum Riffgrund 2

Fully commissioned in 2019 offshore wind farm Borkum Riffgrund 2 will supply CO2-free power corresponding to the annual electricity consumption of approximately 460,000 German households. (Photo: DONG Energy)

DONG Energy has decided to build the offshore wind farm Borkum Riffgrund 2 in the German North Sea, which is expected to be fully commissioned in the first half of 2019.

27.06.2016

Chorus Clean Energy AG acquires wind parks in France

Chorus Clean Energy AG acquires the largest wind park portfolio in its company history located in France near the Atlantic coast. (Photo: Chorus Clean Energy)

German Chorus Clean Energy AG based in Neubiberg near Munich acquired four wind parks in the Poitou-Charentes region in Western France with a total capacity of 62.2 MW – the largest wind park portfolio in its company history so far.

24.06.2016

Longest blade in the world presented

To lower the cost of energy in offshore, Adwen and LM Wind Power have partnered to develop the longest blade in the world. (Photo: LM Wind Power)

Adwen and LM Wind Power have partnered to lower the cost of energy in offshore wind. LM Wind Power has developed and built a 88.4 meter blade specifically for Adwen’s AD 8-180 wind turbine model.

21.06.2016

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