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Suzlon Energy to Build and Operate 66 Wind Turbines in South Africa

Suzlon Energy Ltd., India’s largest wind-turbine maker, received approval to put 66 units of its 2.1-megawatt turbine at the Cookhouse wind farm in South Africa. Suzlon, based in Pune, India, was selected to develop the project in the first round of renewable energy auctions held by the African nation in 2011, it said in a statement to stock exchanges today. The company, which said its lead bankers for the ...

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Daewoo to Supply Korean Project with 10 Wind Turbines

Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co., the world’s third-largest shipbuilder by revenue, said it will supply South Korea with 10 wind power turbines this year. Daewoo will supply the 2-megawatt capacity turbines to a joint venture with Korea East-West Power Co. The turbines will go to a wind farm project in Younggwang, southwest of Seoul, the company said in a statement. The project will generate e ...

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DLF India moving away from wind

Indian real estate major DLF today said it has sold the 150MW wind turbine project in Gujarat to Bharat Light and Power for Rs 282.30 crore as part of its strategy to exit from non-core businesses. DLF has wind power plants in four states with total installed capacity of 227 MW. This is the third major deal by the country's largest realty firm in last six months. In August last year, DLF had sold a 17-acre ...

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Wind energy capacity overtakes Nuclear in China, can it surpass coal one day?

  According to data from the China Wind Energy Association (CWEA), wind energy capacity has now surpassed nuclear power to become the third largest source of electricity in China, after coal, and large-scale hydro-electric plants. Wind energy capacity has grown rapidly over the years, fuelled by ambitious renewable energy targets, and strong government support of wind energy manufacturers. By the end o ...

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Newly Formed Juwi Shizen Energy to develop Japanese Wind Projects

The new company Juwi Shizen Energy, headquartered in Tokyo, is the result of the successful cooperation between Shizen Energy Inc. and the German Juwi group. The companies combine first class international expertise and outstanding Japanese project development expertise plus an excellent track record. Juwi Shizen Energy will support the Japanese in their effort to accelerate the expansion of renewable energ ...

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CSIC Haizhuang 5MW Prototypes Achieve Grid Connection

Grid connection and full power have been achieved for two offshore Haizhuang 5MW prototypes produced by CSIC Haizhuang and installed last autumn at the Rudong inter-tidal wind farm in the east China province of Jiangsu. Like many Chinese wind turbine manufacturers, CSIC (Chongqing) Haizhuang Windpower Equipment Co is focused on the rapid development of larger machines designed for offshore deployment. The t ...

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China Longyuan: ‘We Will Overtake Iberdrola By 2014

China Longyuan Power general manager Xie Changjun is predicting that his company will overtake Iberdrola as the world’s largest wind farm developer by 2014. Speaking at the 20th anniversary of Longyuan’s launch, Xie said: “If all goes well, we will surpass Iberdrola Renewables to be the largest wind farm developer in the world next year.” By the end of 2012, Longyuan Power had installed 10.5GW, the largest ...

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Suzlon’s Debt Restructuring Approved

Wind turbine maker Suzlon Group has won approval for a Rs.9,500-crore debt restructuring from its domestic lenders. Suzelon’s debt restructuring will be financed by a consortium of 19 banks, who have also agreed to enhance working capital facilities to the group by Rs.1,800 crore with a 10-year back-ended repayment plan. But as part of the corporate debt restructuring, or CDR, package, the group’s promoters ...

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Mitsubishi Invest their Faith in Wind Power

Japanese industrial giant Mitsubishi Corporation is ramping up activities in the offshore wind energy sector. At a time when Japan — as well the EU, the US, China, and countries around the world — are increasingly turning to wind, solar, and other clean, renewable energy resource development to fuel sustainable growth, news this week indicates that Mitsubishi Corporation – “a global integrated business ente ...

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Siemens Wins NNSA Awards Federal Wind Farm Contract

The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has awarded a contract to Siemens Government Technologies, Inc., to construct and operate the federal government’s largest wind farm. The Pantex wind farm, a first in the NNSA enterprise, will consist of five 2.3 MW turbines located on 1,500 acres of government-owned property east of the Pantex Plant. Energy savings from the wind farm average $2.9 million ...

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