Noticias Externas

  1. Ørsted has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Incheon Metropolitan City, Korea, to cooperate on developing a world-class offshore wind power industry in the region. The aim of the agreement is to establish a successful local wind power industry driven by Ørsted’s 1.6 GW offshore wind project off the coast of Incheon. Photo from the … Continue reading Ørsted and Incheon City sign MoU to establish world-class offshore wind power industry in Korea’s Incheon region
  2. The American Clean Power Association (ACP) released the following statement from Anne Reynolds, ACP Vice President for Offshore Wind, after the Department of the Interior approved the Construction and Operations Plan for Equinor’s Empire Wind project in New York: “This is a milestone for Empire Wind and domestic offshore wind as a whole. When it … Continue reading ACP Statement on Major Milestone for Empire Wind
  3. In 2023, India added 7.5 GW of photovoltaic solar capacity, a sharp drop from the 13.4 GW installed in 2022. Large-scale photovoltaic (PV) solar installations took the biggest hit, decreasing by 50.8% to 5.8 GW from the previous year’s 11.7 GW. Large-scale projects made up 77.2% of the annual additions, with rooftop solar contributing 22.8%. … Continue reading In 2023, India added 7.5 GW of photovoltaic solar capacity
  4. Avangrid, Inc. (NYSE: AGR), a leading sustainable energy company and member of the Iberdrola Group, today announced Midland Wind has achieved commercial operation. The 106 MW wind farm located in Henry County is the company’s fourth wind farm in Illinois, bringing total capacity in the state to more than 600 MW. “We are proud to … Continue reading Avangrid’s Fourth Wind Farm in Illinois Achieves Commercial Operation
  5. Only 52 days of the year have passed and what experts have called “a solar energy boom” is in full swing, according to the projects entered into environmental processing. As of February 20, a total of 81 projects from various economic sectors have entered the list of the Environmental Evaluation Service (SEA). Of them, 20 … Continue reading Photovoltaic solar energy boom in Chile: in less than two months there are already 20 projects for more than US$ 2 billion
  6. The South African province of Gauteng is moving ahead with plans to establish a solar park with a capacity of at least 800 megawatts (MW) that will be connected to the national grid. According to Gauteng Premier Panyaza Lesufi, the long-term plan with Sibanye-Stillwater Town Council already has approval for the lease of land to … Continue reading South Africa’s central province bets on photovoltaic solar energy
  7. Mymensingh district in north-central Bangladesh has a diverse landscape of valleys and mountainous terrain. With a height of 19 meters above the sea, the district is the highest place of all the main cities of the delta country. Due to its elevation, the district enjoys more sunlight than anywhere else in the South Asian country. … Continue reading Chinese-built solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant shines in northern Bangladesh
  8. Vestas has received an order for 63 MW for a wind farm in Italy. The contract includes the supply and installation of 14 V150-4.5 MW wind turbines, as well as a 10-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service contract. “This order demonstrates the suitability of our latest models for the Italian market. We hope … Continue reading Vestas wins order for 63 MW of wind power in Italy
  9. Vestas has completed the sale of its 12.5 percent stake in Lake Turkana Wind Power Limited (LTWP) in Kenya. The shares have been acquired by the Climate Finance Partnership (CFP), managed by BlackRock, after CFP announced in March 2023 its intention to acquire the shares of Vestas Eastern Africa Ltd. The purchase price remains undisclosed. … Continue reading Vestas divests its shares in Lake Turkana Wind Power Limited
  10. GCL System Integration (GCL SI) has landed a substantial deal for supplying 550 MW of photovoltaic solar modules to SJVN Green Energy Limited (SJVN), a state-owned renewable energy developer in India. Following a recent 1.1GW collaboration with another Indian power giant, this new agreement underscores GCL SI’s growing presence in the Indian solar market. The … Continue reading GCL SI secures 550 MW photovoltaic module deal with SJVN in India
  11. The Spanish offshore wind power sector continues to await regulatory framework and the announcement of auctions that were expected to occur during 2023, but of which nothing has been heard. However, there are some updates. According to Sandra Acosta’s article in El Periódico de la Energía, the regulations for the development of offshore wind power … Continue reading The regulation on offshore wind power in Spain will go to public consultation in the coming weeks
  12. Goldwind retook the position as the top wind energy company for orders in 2023.Chinese wind turbine orders hit a new record in 2023, reaching around 100 GW, according to research by Wood Mackenzie. Analyst’s 2023 China Wind Turbine Order Ranking Analysis Report found that this is the second year in which more than 90 GW … Continue reading China Wind Turbine Orders to Hit Record 100 GW in 2023
  13. 99% of the energy allocated was solar, and 1% for thermal plants, including biomass, a fact that occurs for the first time in the history of the country.Last Friday, the Reliability Charge Auction for the National Interconnected System, SIN, concluded, in which historic results were achieved that contribute to the energy transition. In fact, one … Continue reading After auction, photovoltaic solar energy participation goes from 3% to 26% in Colombia
  14. Envision Energy, a global leader in renewable energy, has achieved a remarkable milestone in 2023, securing the leading position in overseas wind turbine order intake among Chinese OEMs. This achievement, as reported by the leading energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie, places Envision Energy at the forefront with an order capacity of 4.1 GW, a significant stride … Continue reading Envision Dominates Overseas Wind Turbine Orders Among Chinese OEMs in 2023
  15. In the third week of February, European electricity market prices remained stable, most of them with averages below €70/MWh. The MIBEL market registered the lowest averages for the second week in a row. Photovoltaic energy registered the highest daily production in history for a February month in Spain, Portugal and Italy. Gas and CO2 futures … Continue reading Photovoltaic energy registers the highest daily production in history for a February month in Spain, Portugal and Italy