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Nordex Group receives orders of 1,534 megawatts in the second quarter of 2021

The Nordex Group has closed the second quarter of 2021 with an order intake of 1,534.1 MW (Q2 2020: 888 MW). The intake of firm orders in the Projects segment (excluding the service business) reached a volume of 2,781.6 MW in the first half of 2021 (H1 2020: 2,531.9 MW). From April to June 2021, customers ordered a total of 297 wind turbines for projects in nine countries. Europe accounted for about 54 perc ...

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DNV achieves CNAS accreditation for certification of wind turbines and components for use in China

DNV, the independent energy expert and assurance provider, is now fully accredited by CNAS (China National Accreditation Service). This allows DNV to offer type certification of wind turbines and component certification of gearboxes, rotor blades and generators for products destined for Chinese wind power projects.  DNV predicts in its latest Energy Transition Outlook that by 2050, wind power will ...

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VRB get US$24m investment from BCPG

Vanadium flow battery cell stacks at VRB Energy's large-scale demonstrator project in Hubei Province, China. Image: VRB Energy.  Thailand-headquartered renewable energy group BCPG will invest US$24 million into vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) manufacturer VRB Energy, aimed at accelerating VRB’s utility-scale VRFB business. BCPG is active in developing and operating assets across the solar, wind, geo ...

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GE Offshore Wind has a new Boss

GE Renewable Energy has appointed Jan Kjaersgaard as the new CEO of its offshore wind business. He succeeds John Lavelle, who is retiring after a 40-year career and plans to stay on board to assist with a transition over the next several months. Kjaersgaard joins GE from FLSmidth, where he was most recently president of the cement business, including full EPC turnkey plants, products business and aftermarke ...

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Central Asia’s largest wind farm built by Chinese firm to power 1 mln Kazakh homes

Central Asia's largest wind farm built by a Chinese firm is nearly complete in south Kazakhstan despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The landmark project demonstrates how the Belt and Road Initiative is transforming Kazakhstan's power matrix and bringing green energy to the country. Located on a hill-surrounding steppe near the city of Zhanatas in the Zhambyl Region, the wind farm, with a capacity of 100 megawatt ...

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Nexif Energy and RATCH form wind power partnership

Nexif Energy, the Australian and South East Asian power company, backed by Denham Capital has announced that it has formed a 50:50 partnership with RATCH Group for construction and operation of its Nexif Energy Ben Tre wind power generation project (NEBT) in Vietnam. This is the second project Nexif Energy is undertaking with RATCH Group after forging a successful partnership last year on the Rayong Co-Gene ...

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Siemens Gamesa’s crucial role in the green energy transition is recognized with top S&P Global Ratings ESG evaluation

       Siemens Gamesa's crucial role in the green energy transition is recognized with top S&P Global Ratings ESG evaluation S&P highlights Siemens Gamesa’s cutting edge technological solutions to tackle green energy challenges and bring significant environmental benefits to its customersThe company achieved a final score of 84/100 and is ranked #5 worldwide and #1 in Spain. ...

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80MW wind farm project in Kampot hits EdC price snag

French-owned The Blue Circle’s 80MW wind power investment project in Kampot province has hit an impasse, as its proposed $0.068 per kWh tariff rate for the national grid exceeds what state-run energy supplier Electricite du Cambodge (EdC) is willing to pay, according to a Ministry of Mines and Energy senior official. The Blue Circle specialises in wind farms and is the largest provider of renewable energy i ...

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Collaboration breaks new ground in Taiwan: Siemens Gamesa confirmed as preferred supplier for full 1,044 MW Hai Long offshore wind projects

Largest preferred supplier agreement for Siemens Gamesa in Taiwan to date: 1,044 MWHai Long 2B (232 MW) and Hai Long 3 (512 MW) projects added in extension of Hai Long 2A (300 MW) preferred supplier agreement State-of-the-art SG 14-222 DD offshore wind turbines will be deployed and serviced by Siemens Gamesa for the three projects  The strong collaboration between Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy a ...

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PivotBuoy floating wind platform primed for Asia markets

A new, ground-breaking floating wind platform suited to Asia’s deep waters and seasonal storms is preparing for deployment. X1 Wind is launching its fully-functional PivotBuoy® prototype in the Canary Islands after successfully completing the assembly and load-out process.The prototype has been developed through the €4million PivotBuoy Project awarded by the European Commission H2020 Program. It will be ins ...

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