Noticias Externas

  1. Vestas has received an order for a wind energy project in China that includes the supply of V120-2.2 MW wind turbines as well as a 5-year Active Output Management 4000(AOM 4000) service agreement. The order brings Vestas’ total order intake in China up to more than 600 MW within a period of three months. Deliveries … Continue reading Wind power in China, Vestas’ wind turbines for 62 MW wind farm
  2. Turkey added 687 megawatts (MW) of installed wind farm capacity to reach 8,056 MW in total wind turbines capacity in 2019, according to the Turkish Wind Energy Association’s (TUREB). According to the data, wind energy provided about 8 million Turkish homes with electricity last year. According to TUREB’s report, more than 75% of wind farms … Continue reading Turkey adds 687 MW of wind power in 2019
  3. In the global energy transition, India is one of the keystone countries for clean energy growth, coal phaseout and mobilisation of investment to power a low-carbon economy. As one of the largest onshore wind markets in the world in installation terms, India is also a primary market for supply, trade and investment opportunities in wind … Continue reading Unlocking Immense Potential of India’s Wind Energy
  4. Installation at Janneby site went smoothly despite coronavirus crisis ENERCON has successfully installed the first prototype of the E-138 EP3 E2. Despite the difficult conditions brought about by the coronavirus crisis, installation at the Janneby site in Schleswig-Holstein ran smoothly the past few days. The E2’s nominal power is increased from 3.5 to 4.2 MW … Continue reading ENERCON installs E-138 EP3 E2 wind turbine prototype
  5. Maintaining its successful momentum with 200 MW order intake in Vietnam last year, Vestas has now secured its fourth intertidal project in the country with a 29 MW order with Sigma Engineering Joint Stock Company. The Ben Tre V1-3 wind power project will be located in Ba Tri District of Ben Tre Province in the … Continue reading Vestas secures fourth intertidal wind energy project in Vietnam
  6. Italian energy major ENI said on March 26 the company, through its local renewable subsidiary ArmWind LLP, started the commercial production of the Badamsha Wind Farm located in North-West Kazakhstan, in the Aktobe Region. According to ENI, Badamsha wind farm has a capacity of 48 MW and will provide the region with an annual power … Continue reading ENI starts production at Kazakhstan’s Badamsha wind farm
  7. 96 percent of Europe’s wind turbine and component manufacturing factories continue to operate, WindEurope said. Currently, only seven wind energy manufacturing sites are closed, according to WindEurope. All of them are located in Spain and Italy, the countries with the strictest lockdown regulations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In Spain the closed factories are … Continue reading 96 percent of Europe’s wind turbine factories continue to operate
  8. “Congress took unprecedented steps today to protect Americans’ health and safety and strengthen the economy as we navigate the COVID-19 crisis. We applaud its efforts and appreciate its consideration of clean energy in this early stimulus. The wind energy industry’s top priority remains focused only on addressing the disruptions caused by COVID-19 by ensuring the … Continue reading American Wind Energy Association Statement on The COVID-19 Phase Three Stimulus Bill
  9. The Ugandan government recently reached an agreement with Hussain bin Jassim Al-Nowais, head of Amea Power, an independent power producer (IPP) based in the United Arab Emirates. The IPP wants to build four solar and wind farms in two regions in Uganda. New renewable energy projects will be implemented in Uganda. It is the promise … Continue reading Solar and wind energy in Uganda
  10. Through working closely with our customer to optimise their wind energy projects for competitive auctions, Vestas has secured a 68 MW order for three projects in Poland. Awarded at the Polish wind-solar-energy auction, in December 2019, the projects attest to the increasing competitiveness of wind energy. To secure these projects, located in northern and western … Continue reading Wind power in Poland, Vestas’ wind turbines for 68 MW wind farm
  11. The company will install 25 SG 4.5-145 model wind turbines at the Hoa Thang 1.2 wind farm, one of the largest in the country. The agreement also includes operation and maintenance services for ten years. Vietnam’s renewable market has great potential, as the government has set out to develop 6 GW of wind power capacity … Continue reading Siemens Gamesa supplies wind turbines to Vietnam’s wind energy
  12. Battery storage systems are emerging as one of the key solutions to effectively integrate high shares of solar and wind renewables in power systems worldwide. A recent analysis from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) illustrates how electricity storage technologies can be used for a variety of applications in the power sector, from e-mobility and … Continue reading Battery Storage Paves Way for a Renewable-powered Future
  13. The wind farm project will begin construction in mid-2021 and will require an investment of € 1 billion (AU $ 1.96 billion) in three years, mainly in 2022 and 2023.The company will own 926 MW and build 100 MW for CleanCo, Queensland’s renewable public utility.CleanCo will buy from ACCIONA the annual production of 400 MW … Continue reading Wind energy in Australia, Acciona wind power complex of 1,026 MW
  14. Following the outbreak of COVID-19, we activated our Corporate Crisis Management Organisation, which is headed by the Executive Committee and chaired by CEO Henrik Poulsen, to steer Ørsted through the unfolding global crisis.  Our first priority is the health and well-being of our employees and their families and the communities we are a part of. … Continue reading Ørsted provides COVID-19 update
  15. A sustainable future can also come from the production of zero-emissions hydrogen thanks to electrolysis powered by energy from renewable resources. Producing hydrogen cheaply and greenly is the challenge we’re taking on to exploit the most abundant element in the universe to decarbonize hard to abate sectors. To win this challenge, Enel has decided yet … Continue reading Renewable energies for zero-emissions hydrogen