Noticias Externas

  1. Northland Power Inc. (“Northland” or the “Company”) (TSX: NPI), today announced that its Baltic Power offshore wind project (“Baltic Power” or the “project”) in Poland has met all conditions and reached financial close for its 20-year CAD-equivalent $5.2 billion non-recourse green financing. A consortium of 25 financial institutions is supporting the project, including the European … Continue reading Northland Power Announces Financial Close of the 1.1 GW Baltic Power Offshore Wind Project in Poland Green Financing
  2. RWE is further expanding its battery storage business worldwide. The company has now finalised its investment decision for a Dutch battery storage project with an installed power capacity of 35 megawatts (MW) and a storage capacity of 41 megawatt-hours (MWh). A total of 110 lithium-ion battery racks are to be installed at RWE’s biomass plant in … Continue reading RWE gives green light for utility-scale battery storage project in the Netherlands
  3. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) announced the Solar-thermal Fuels and Thermal Energy Storage Via Concentrated Solar-thermal Energy funding opportunity, which will award $30 million for projects to produce fuels via renewable energy resources and improve thermal energy storage technologies. The research, development, and demonstration projects resulting from this funding … Continue reading Solar-thermal Fuels and Thermal Energy Storage via Concentrated Solar Power
  4. Wind turbines have been increasing in tower (or hub) height (from 30 meters [m] to 90 m) and rotor diameter (from 30 m to 125 m) from the 1990s to the 2020s, with power capacity also growing from 0.2 megawatts (MW) to 3 MW. Near-commercial innovations can produce turbines with tip heights taller than the … Continue reading Technological advances unlock 80% more wind energy potential in the United States
  5. Momentum behind low-emissions hydrogen continues to grow despite the slow roll-out of financial incentives and stubborn cost pressures that threaten to delay projects, a new IEA report says today. But production levels can still increase substantially by 2030 if all announced projects are realised and greater efforts are made on encouraging uptake. The number of … Continue reading Lagging policy support and rising cost pressures put investment plans for low-emissions hydrogen at risk
  6. PPA are booming as a tool in the energy transition. PPA allow renewable energy producers to guarantee the long?term sale of their production, facilitating financing. In turn, consumers ensure a supply at agreed prices, avoiding market volatility and demonstrating their commitment to the environment. Spain has brought solar PPA to lead in Europe. AleaGreen facilitates … Continue reading Spain brings solar PPA to lead Europe
  7. Leading companies, innovators and policymakers are convening at the 2023 edition of the IRENA Innovation Week from 25-28 September in Bonn to drive ground-breaking innovative renewable solutions that cut CO2 emissions in end-uses and accelerate the global energy transition. According to IRENA, innovation is critical to ensuring that countries can reap the benefits of low-cost renewables … Continue reading IRENA Innovation Week Spurs Renewable Solutions to Decarbonise End-use Sectors
  8. It will supply 14 wind turbines with a nominal power of 2.1 MW each. 29.4 MW of wind capacity for BrightNight’s 100 MW wind-solar hybrid project in Osmanabad, Maharashtra. The project will be launched in phases starting in April 2024.The electricity generated by the project will be supplied to commercial and industrial (C&I) customers in … Continue reading Suzlon wins 29.4 MW wind order from BrightNight
  9. As part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, a key pillar of Bidenomics, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $72 million for three sets of projects that will innovate manufacturing processes for wind and water technologies and accelerate the equitable and sustainable deployment of offshore and land-based wind energy. This funding includes … Continue reading Biden-Harris Administration Announces $72 Million to Innovate Manufacturing and Accelerate Deployment of Wind and Water Energy Technologies
  10. The municipality of Plasencia, in the province of Cáceres, has won the Eolo 2023 Award for Rural Integration of Wind Energy in its twelfth edition. It is a model municipality for its wind development, where the implementation of wind energy is being carried out with maximum harmony and compatibility with the rest of the economic, … Continue reading Plasencia Eolo 2023 Award for its work in the rural integration of wind energy
  11. In the second week of September, European electricity markets prices rose compared to the previous week. On the 11th, some markets registered hourly prices above €300/MWh, the highest since December. The increase was driven by higher demand and gas prices, as well as lower renewable energy production in some markets. On the 15th, Brent futures … Continue reading European energy markets heading into fall with price rises
  12. WindEurope’s Board of Directors has elected José Luis Blanco, CEO of Nordex Group, as the Association’s new Chair for an 18-month term. The Board also elected Alfredo Parres, Head of Renewables at Hitachi Energy, as its new Vice-Chair. The election comes one week after European Commission President von der Leyen announced a new “Wind Power … Continue reading José Luis Blanco of Nordex elected as new WindEurope Chair
  13. The American Clean Power Association (ACP) announced additional speakers for its Offshore WINDPOWER Conference & Exhibition, to be held October 3-4 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. U.S. offshore wind development is facing a once-in-a-generation opportunity and the key dynamics facing the industry will be the focus of ACP’s WINDPOWER 2023. Reflecting strong interest, … Continue reading ACP’s WINDPOWER 2023 to Focus on Prospects and Challenges
  14. In the 1990’s, the Danish state decided for a large-scale offshore windfarm in the North Sea. Only problem was that this had never been done before and no one knew how to do it. Vattenfall’s Bent Johansen is one of the pioneers who can tell the story of how the sea-breaking Horns Rev 1 was … Continue reading How Horns Rev 1 paved the way for offshore wind
  15. Vestas has received an order for 126 MW to repower the Downeast Wind project owned by Apex Clean Energy in Maine, USA. The order consists of 30 V150-4.2 MW wind turbines. The order includes the supply, delivery and commissioning of the turbines, as well as a multi-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement, … Continue reading Vestas secures 126 MW wind order from Apex Clean Energy in the US