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GE Renewable Energy awarded largest Wind power project in India

GE Renewable Energy has been awarded a deal for what claims to be ‘one of the largest’ wind power projects in India. The company has been selected by the renewable energy corporation SB Energy to supply, install and commission 121 sets of onshore wind turbines, for a 327MW wind farm in Madhya Pradesh, in Central India. The project is forecast to produce enough energy for 250,000 households in India. Gilan S ...

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ENERCON to supply first E-160 EP5 E2s for largest onshore wind farm in Vietnam

Ea Nam wind farm will exceed 400 MW in capacity / With an order intake of currently more than 1 GW Vietnam is a fast growing core market for ENERCON In the course of the company’s new focus on international markets, ENERCON is intensifying its activities in Vietnam. By signing a contract for the supply of state of the art WEC technology for the Ea Nam wind farm, ENERCON continues the successful cooperation ...

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RWE expands wind business to Taiwan

World’s number 2 in offshore wind power is taking part in Taiwan’s largest energy trade fairRWE and Asia Cement Corporation prepare 448 MW Chu Feng offshore wind farm for next grid allocation round in Taiwan  RWE is taking part in Taiwan’s largest annual energy trade fair and conference. This underlines RWE’s ambitions to expand its renewables business to Taiwan and the wider Asia-Pacific region. Durin ...

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Vestas wins 29MW Wind order in Vietnam

Vestas has secured an order for a 29MW intertidal wind project from the Vietnamese developer Soc Trang Energy Joint Stock Company, a subsidiary of the Xuan Cau Company. Located in Soc Trang, a province in the Mekong Delta of southern Vietnam, the Soc Trang 7 project will feature seven V150-4.2MW turbines. Its customised towers will be placed on reinforced onshore foundations raised above sea level in the sh ...

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Modi discusses wind energy sector with Vestas CEO

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has interacted with Henrik Anderson, President and CEO, Vestas on the issues related to the wind energy sectorand highlighted Indias efforts to harness renewable energy. "Had an insightful interaction with Mr. Henrik Andersen, President and CEO, @Vestas . We discussed a series of issues relating to the wind energy sector. Highlighted some of India's efforts to harness ...

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Danish fund eyes Taiwan in $2 bn Asia green energy push

A Danish fund manager is eyeing billions of dollars of green investment into Asia as it focuses on the region for a new renewable energy fund. Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners say it already has 4 billion euros ($4.7 billion) of commitments for its Copenhagen Infrastructure IV fund and expects to reach its target of 5.5 billion euros by the end of December, in what it claims would be the world's largest r ...

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Siemens Gamesa helps to ease Pakistan’s power shortages through the supply of eight wind farms in one year

The company signed orders totaling 260 MW in the final quarter of FY20 (June-September), adding to the 150 MW closed in the first three quarters of FY20205 units of Siemens Gamesa 2.X turbines will be installedSiemens Gamesa becomes one of the leading players in the growing Pakistani renewable energy marketSiemens Gamesa has secured a series of orders for eight new wind farms in Pakistan during the company’ ...

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Orsted breaks ground on Taiwan O&M Base

Orsted has started construction of its operation and maintenance centre at Taiwan’s Port of Taichung. The base will support the 900MW Greater Changhua 1 & 2a offshore wind farms. The wind farm’s operational site management team will be housed at the base, allowing them to be in close contact with the O&M service operation vessel (SOV) and technician teams onboard. Greater Changhua 1 & 2a is sche ...

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$14Bn Investment needed for Southeast Asia’s Wind Sector

Southeast Asia’s wind power sector requires at least US$14 billion of investments by 2030, says Wood Mackenzie. This is to support the 8.9 GW of new wind power capacity that Wood Mackenzie expects to be added between 2020 and 2029. With a population exceeding 650 million and average annual power demand growing at 8% until 2030, Southeast Asia is one of the world’s fastest growing power markets. To support t ...

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GE Moving from Coal to focus on Wind

GE said Monday that it intended to “exit the new build coal power market,” in a move that will see the industrial powerhouse place a renewed emphasis on renewable energy. Over the years, GE has been deeply involved with the coal industry. Its website states it has 100 years of “coal-fired power service expertise” spread across more than 90 original equipment manufacturer brands. It has also described its GE ...

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