Noticias Externas

  1. A CCEE survey, looking at the last five years, showed that the final cost of wind turbines in wind farms is the lowest.The cheapest renewable generation in Brazil is wind energy, according to a survey by the CCEE – Electric Power Chamber of Commerce, which analyzed data from the last five years of the chamber … Continue reading Wind energy is the cheapest renewable source in Brazil
  2. Vattenfall and Modvion have entered into collaboration on using wooden towers for onshore wind turbines, a venture expected to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in manufacturing by at least 25 percent. Vattenfall will be assessing Modvion’s wooden tower for potential use in future wind farms.   “During their life cycles, Vattenfall’s wind turbines already have very … Continue reading Wooden tower set to reduce carbon dioxide footprint from future wind turbines
  3. Vestas, a Danish wind turbine manufacturer, vendor, installer and repairer, and Hempel, a coating solutions provider, have entered into a new strategic partnership to cooperate on wind turbine surface protection solutions. Vestas and Hempel hope to reduce surface treatment costs and support sustainable coating solutions for wind turbines. At the same time, Hempel continues to … Continue reading Vestas promotes wind turbine protection
  4. Iberdrola, through its subsidiary Neoenergia, closed an asset purchase agreement with PEC Energía for the acquisition of a portfolio of wind power generation projects that add up to a potential capacity to be installed of about 400 megawatts (MW), thus giving a it went further in its growth in renewables in Brazil, one of its … Continue reading Iberdrola increases its wind energy portfolio in Brazil
  5. Another offshore wind farm is being developed, this time on the coast of Espírito Santo, which confirms the avalanche of companies for a place in this new frontier of renewable wind power generation in the country. Votu Winds, a newly created company based in Rio de Janeiro, sees the possibility of installing wind turbines in … Continue reading New offshore wind energy project in Espírito Santo, Brazil
  6. Estonia and Latvia signed a memorandum of understanding to develop an offshore wind farm this week, the first agreement of its kind in the region. Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Taavi Aas (Center) and Latvian Minister of Economic Affairs Janis Vitenbergs digitally signed the memorandum which marks the first steps taken towards the project … Continue reading Estonia and Latvia sign agreement for joint offshore wind energy plan
  7. Nordex has received an order for 312 MW in the US for a wind farm in Texas. The manufacturer will supply 65 N149 / 4.0-4.5 wind turbines in 4.8 MW mode of operation. Installation is scheduled to begin in May 2021 and the wind farm will be connected to the grid later that year. The … Continue reading Nordex Supplies 65 N149 / 4.0-4.5 Wind Turbines to Texas Wind energy
  8. Vestas has entered the Colombian wind energy market with a 20 MW order for the Guajira I wind farm, located at the municipality of Uribia, in La Guajira, Colombia. The contract includes the supply and installation of ten V100-2.0 MW wind turbines, as well as an Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement for … Continue reading Vestas supplies wind turbines to wind power in Colombia
  9. The Spanish infrastructure, energy, services and telecommunications group Elecnor has recently been awarded a contract in Mexico for the construction of the Coromuel Wind Farm for 28.8 million euros (32 million dollars). Elecnor has been selected for this project by Eurus Energy, a Japanese company with a branch in San Diego and owned by Toyota … Continue reading Wind energy in Mexico, Elecnor builds a 56 MW wind farm in Mexico
  10. YPF Luz’s Los Teros wind farm, installed in the Buenos Aires province of Azul, began today to provide electricity to the interconnection system, upon receiving commercial authorization from the Electric Wholesale Market Administration Company (Cammesa). This was reported this afternoon by the company through a note sent to the National Securities Commission (CNV), in which … Continue reading Los Teros wind farm began today to provide wind energy in Argentina
  11. The National Energy Plan 2050 (PNE 2050), prepared by the Energy Research Company (EPE) and currently in public consultation on the website of the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME), highlights wind energy as one of the most rapid growth in Brazil and with a significant role in the projections of the energy sector.In this … Continue reading New Atlas of the Potential of Wind Energy in Brazil, developed by Cepel
  12. Acquires local developer Acacia Renewables and enters joint venture with Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) to develop its 3.3 GW offshore wind energy portfolio.Access to a diversified portfolio: Acacia has two wind farm plants (1.2 GW) under development and four in the pipeline, strategically located in different areas of the country’s southwest to access the … Continue reading Iberdrola targets Japan as a new growth platform for offshore wind power
  13. GE Renewable Energy announced today that it has been selected by Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Limited (MEIL) to supply and commission four 125 MW fixed speed pumped storage turbines for the new Kundah hydropower plant in India. This greenfield project is part of the initiatives supported by the central government of India to significantly increase … Continue reading GE Renewable Energy to support the development of pumped hydro storage solutions in India
  14. Spain’s National Energy and Climate Plan, the PNIEC (Plan Nacional de Industria, Energia y Clima) includes a desired 5 GW of Concentrated Solar Power added to its existing 2.3 GW, with 2.5 GW in a first tranche from 2021 to 2025 and a second 2.5 GW from 2026 to 2027. But what are the policies … Continue reading How Spain’s Auction Can Achieve the 5 GW of Concentrated Solar Power it Wants
  15. The European Commission has presented a first assessment of the final 2030 National Energy & Climate Plans (NECPs) submitted by the 27 EU Member States. The assessment shows the NECPs have some quite good volume commitments for the expansion of renewables. But that they’re still missing a lot of detail on how Governments will deliver those commitments. The NECPs are the framework within which … Continue reading Robust implementation of 2030 National Plans is key to deliver EU targets