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ArcVera Renewables investigates causes of a significant drop in Indian wind resource and wind farm production

ArcVera Renewables, a leading international provider of consulting and technical services for wind, solar and energy storage projects, was enlisted by a major Indian Independent Power Producer (IPP) to analyze wind resource variation cause and effect after an unexpected drop in wind farm energy production in the country. Although variable year-to-year, wind power production in India in Q2-Q3 2020 has b ...

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Japan’s Wind sector dominated by foreign business

Overseas companies have discovered that the Japanese renewable energy market is profitable and is narrowing down to enjoy these revenues. The European industries are penetrating this market with wind energy. On the other hand, China is expanding rapidly with the uptake and development of solar resources to obtain solar energy. This development comes as Japan strategizes to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas em ...

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LOC wins Vietnamese offshore support deal

LOC Group subsidiary LOC Singapore has won a contract from PowerChina HuaDong Engineering to provide marine warranty survey services for the transportation and installation operations of the first phase of the Binh Dai offshore wind farm in Vietnam. Under the terms of agreement, LOC will provide services, including suitability surveys of the proposed support fleet. The team will also provide expertise in a ...

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SN Power to acquire first Vietnamese Wind Farm

The Norwegian SN Power AS, has signed a binding agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in the 39.4 MW Dam Nai Wind Power Joint Stock Company in Vietnam from Mekong Wind Pte Ltd which is fully owned by the Singapore based Armstrong South East Asia Clean Energy Fund. Dam Nai Wind, is located in the “renewable energy capital” of Vietnam in the Ninh Thuan province approximately 350 km north of Ho Chi Minh City ...

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Wind industry seek to replicate Taiwan success Asia wide

Opportunities to invest in offshore wind energy developments are being created by government measures from Japan to India After their success in Europe and more recently in Taiwan, sponsors and international financiers are looking to other emerging markets in Asia to expand their offshore wind footprint. There are a number of key factors and trends that will influence how the offshore wind market will devel ...

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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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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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