Category Archives: Wind Energy

EDF Renewables, Enbridge and wpd Start Construction of the Fécamp Offshore Wind Farm

published: 大庄家彩票彩金-06-03 16:30 | editor | category: News
 EDF Renewables, a subsidiary of the EDF Group, Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB) (NYSE:ENB), a leading energy infrastructure company in North America, and wpd, a European renewable energy company, announced today the launch of the Fécamp offshore wind farm following the finalization of investment agreements between the consortium and its financial partners during the weekend.   ...  more

Scout Clean Energy Completes Construction of 180 MW Heart of Texas Wind Farm

published: 大庄家彩票彩金-06-03 10:00 | editor | category: News
Scout Clean Energy ("Scout"), a Colorado based renewable energy developer, owner and operator, has completed construction and successfully closed tax equity funding for the 180 MW Heart of Texas Wind Farm ("HTX") located in McCulloch County, Texas. Scout is a portfolio company of Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners ("Quinbrook"). ...  more

Wind Turbine Blade Recycling has "Tons" of Potential

published: 大庄家彩票彩金-05-29 11:00 | editor | category: News
EPRI Report Points to R&D in Promising Technologies and Solutions. The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), in collaboration with the American Composite Manufacturers Association (ACMA), addresses scientific questions related to recycling millions of tons of wind turbine blades that would otherwise end up in landfills, in a recently published report. ...  more

Southern Power acquires Beech Ridge II Wind Facility

published: 大庄家彩票彩金-05-28 4:00 | editor | category: News
Southern Power, a leading U.S. wholesale energy provider and subsidiary of Southern 大庄家彩票彩金, today announced the acquisition of its 13th wind project — the 56-megawatt (MW) Beech Ridge II Wind Facility — from Invenergy, a leading ...  more

UL's DEWI-OCC Now a One-Stop Shop for Wind Power Certification

published: 大庄家彩票彩金-05-22 10:30 | editor | category: News
UL, a leading global safety science company, announced today that the DEWI Offshore and Certification Centre GmbH (DEWI-OCC), an independent certification body within UL, has achieved reaccreditation from Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH (DAkkS). ...  more

Surging 11% Growth in the Worldwide Wind Turbine Bearing Industry to 2024 - Latest Trends and Drivers

published: 大庄家彩票彩金-05-21 10:00 | editor | category: News
The "Global Wind Turbine Bearing Market 大庄家彩票彩金-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The wind turbine bearing market is poised to grow by $ 7.22 billion during 大庄家彩票彩金-2024 progressing at a CAGR of 11% during the forecast period. The reports on wind turbine bearing market provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors. ...  more

Wind Farm in Northwest Missouri Begins Commercial Operation

published: 大庄家彩票彩金-05-19 14:00 | editor | category: News
Tenaska Clear Creek Energy Center, a 242-megawatt (MW) wind farm in northwest Missouri, is now fully operational. The facility achieved commercial operation on Monday, May 4. Located north of Maryville in Nodaway County, Tenaska Clear Creek is comprised of 111 Vestas turbines across approximately 31,000 acres. ...  more

Goldwind Sells Stake In Panamanian Wind Project

published: 大庄家彩票彩金-05-17 4:00 | editor | category: News
Panama's first wind project sold to Panama's largest power generator, AES Panamá. Goldwind Americas today announced the sale of its 55-megawatt Penonomé I (one) Wind Project to AES Panamá S.R.L. ("AES Panamá"), a subsidiary of The...  more

Japan’s First Commercial Offshore Wind Project with a Capacity of 140MW Is Set to Enter Operation in 2022

published: 大庄家彩票彩金-05-11 21:30 | editor | category: News
Like Taiwan, Japan is an island country where the terrain is mostly rugged and most of the population is densely settled along the coastlines. Since around 70% of Japan is mountainous, developing renewable energies there can be very challenging due to the lack of flat and unoccupied land for large-scale wind and solar projects. Indeed, local project developers tend to have little choice but to select sites in the mountains or the seas. ...  more