wind energy

Travails At Siemens Gamesa Could Signal Hiccups Ahead For Wind Energy, Again

Siemens Gamesa, a subsidiary of Siemens Energy, is currently facing challenges in multiple countries. Since its complete takeover by Siemens Energy last year, Siemens Gamesa has been lurching from one problem to another. Parent firm Siemen’s recent announcement of reducing its ownership stake in Siemens Gamesa by 6.8 per cent, bringing it down to 25.1 […]

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Wind Energy Body Proposes 4 Measures To Boost Capacity

Indian wind industry body Wind Independent Power Producers Association (WIPPA) has proposed four measures to boost progress in the wind energy sector in the country. “At the central government, we request the implementation of the four policies implementation of the bidding plan, ISTS (inter-state transmission system) open access, fixing the missing links in LPS (late […]

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OX2, Tuulialfa To Construct Six Wind Projects Worth 1.2 GW

Swedish renewable energy company OX2 has announced that it has signed an agreement with Finnish clean energy player Tuulialfa for the development and construction of an onshore wind power portfolio in North Ostrobothnia and Lapland in Finland. The total capacity of the project is slated to be approximately 1,200 megawatts (MW). OX2 said that the […]

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Inox Wind Wins Another Order Of 150MW From NTPC Renewable Energy

Indian wind energy company-Inox Wind today announced bagging another repeat order of 150 Megawatt (MW) from NTPC Renewable Energy Limited, a wholly subsidiary of the NTPC Green Energy Limited. The wind energy project is set to be executed in the western coastal state of Gujarat. With the latest order, the wind energy company was able […]

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RERC Asks Railways To Install ABT Meters To Avail Wind Energy From Rajasthan 

In its latest order, the Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission (RERC) asked the Indian Railways to install ABT (Availability Based Tariff) Meters for hassle-free consumption of green energy from Rajasthan. ABT Meters are frequency-based price mechanisms mainly used when unscheduled electricity-related transactions occur.  The RERC order came to the fore after the discoms in Rajasthan moved a […]

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Suzlon Bags Order From Serentica For Its 3MW Wind Turbine Series 

India’s leading wind energy player Suzlon today announced bagging a ‘significant’ order for its 3 Megawatt (MW) series of wind turbines from Serentica Renewables. Serentica Renewables India Private Limited (Serentica), an energy solutions company, works towards industrial decarbonization.   As per the order, Suzlon will install 68 wind turbine generators of its 3MW series with a […]

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Mingyang Gets 306-MW Philippines Turbine Order

Chinese wind turbine maker Mingyang Smart Energy Group Limited has announced that it has secured a 306-MW order from Singaporean renewable energy company Vena Energy for two onshore wind projects in the Philippines. Mingyang said the 212.5-MW Talim and 93.75-MW Sembrano are the two onshore wind projects. Mingyang also informed that the wind projects would […]

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RWE Invests €8 Billion In Green Energy In Q1, 2023

German energy company–RWE is making swift progress in green energy as it expanded its green portfolio by 4.9 Gigawatt (GW) in the first quarter of 2023 alone. It was done through a massive investment of EUR 8 billion. The EUR 6.3 billion acquisition of Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses in the US represented the largest […]

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Acconia Energía, The Blue Circle Sign 436MW Thailand Wind Energy PPA

Spanish renewable energy developer Acconia Energía has been awarded a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for five wind projects totaling 436MW in Thailand together with its participated company The Blue Circle. The Blue Circle is a wind energy player mainly focused on ASEAN markets. Acconia Energía said that the projects have been allocated through a tender […]

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