Wind Turbines

Suzlon Secures 81.9 MW Order for 3 MW Series from Oyster Green

Suzlon Group has announced a new order win for the development of an 81.9 MW wind energy project for Oyster Green Hybrid One Private Limited. Suzlon will install 26 Wind Turbine Generators (WTGs) with a Hybrid Lattice Tubular (HLT) tower and a rated capacity of 3.15 MW each at the client’s site in Agar, Madhya […]

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CIP, GE Vernova Collaborate To Supply Blades For 760 MW Wind Project

Denmark-based Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and GE Vernova’s onshore wind division signed an agreement of more than EUR 700 million. This agreement was undertaken to deliver, install, and commission 125 GE Vernova 6.1-158 wind turbines at the Teruel wind project. This wind project was promoted by CIP through contracts with the developer in that province and […]

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Global Wind Firm Vestas’ Revenue Plunges 5.2% YoY Amid ‘Geopolitical Volatility’

Global Wind Energy company Vestas has released its Q1 figures as it generated revenue of EUR 2,681million witnessing a decrease of 5.2 percent compared to the year-earlier period. Vestas also outlined that continued geopolitical volatility is expected to cause uncertainty in 2024 and that profitability should also continue to improve gradually but will still be […]

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Vestas Wins 37 MW Wind Power Project In Poland

Denmark based wind company Vestas received a firm order from Energa Green Development, a subsidiary of the ORLEN Group, for the Szybowice wind farm in Opolskie, Poland. The order consisted of 17 V110-2.0 MW wind turbines in 2.2 MW power mode and included the supply, delivery and commissioning of the wind turbines. Upon completion, Vestas […]

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Statkraft Begins 519 MW Brazilian Wind Farm; It’s Largest Outside Europe

Statkraft has announced the inauguration of its largest wind farm outside Europe – the 519 MW Ventos de Santa Eugênia Wind Complex – that is now coming up in Bahia, Brazil. Also, it is among the first hybrid projects in Brazil once the planned solar farm of 163 MW is added to optimise energy production. […]

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Stanford Study Develops Battery-Hydrogen Combo For Reliable Grids

A recent study by Stanford University demonstrated that combining battery storage with hydrogen fuel cells can ensure low-cost reliability. In the study Stanford engineering professor Mark Z. Jacobson, he used a computer modelling system to bust the myth, he said, “The fossil fuels – rather than a combination of renewables, battery storage, and hydrogen fuel […]

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GE Vernova Bags 1.4-GW Australian Wind Project For Turbine Supply

Onshore Wind business of GE Vernova has confirmed the signing of a strategic framework agreement with Australian RE player Squadron Energy for 1.4 GW of onshore wind projects in New South Wales, Australia. The construction of the Uungala Wind Farm has already begun. The agreement was received in the fourth quarter of 2023 and thereafter […]

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Airloom Promises To Slash Wind Power Costs, Attracts Investment From Bill Gates

Bill Gates has backed Airloom Energy, a Wyoming-based wind energy startup, which claims to have created a technology which claims to slash wind turbine costs by nearly 70%. Founded by Robert Lumley, Airloom is led by Neal Rickner, who has also spent time (nearly a decade) at Google and Google[x] leading teams, most notably serving […]

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Suzlon Secures Repeat Order Of 193.2 MW From Gujarat Hybrid Project

Suzlon today announced bagging a new order for the development of a 193.2 MW wind power project for The KP Group. This will be part of Wind-Solar Hybrid and STU’s (State Transmission Utility) tariff-based project for increasing Renewable Energy contribution in the state of Gujarat.  Suzlon will supply 92 units of their S120 – 2.1 […]

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