Noticias Externas

  1. The Nordex Group is growing and is in the process of standardizing the legal structures of its national companies worldwide. With today’s registration of the newly-established Nordex Germany GmbH, the group is uniting its customer activities in Germany in one company. In the future, sales, project management and technical support service for Nordex wind turbines … Continue reading Nordex, a leading player in wind energy in Germany
  2. According to IRENA’s World Energy Transitions Outlook, to achieve climate goals, global electricity generation must expand three-fold by 2050, making grid flexibility exceptionally important as countries race to reduce emissions. Cross-border interconnection represents one of the key solutions to dealing with the variability of renewable power and grid stability issues. This topic was the focus … Continue reading IRENA Members to Expand Cross-border Interconnections as Shares of Renewables Grow
  3. How is energy generated from the movement of the sea? A new EGP experiment has just kicked off, in Chile. Latin America’s first wave energy converter will provide key information in exploring this potential source of energy. Surfers call them spots: those locations where the biggest waves break for the best possible ride, and where … Continue reading Energy that rides on the ocean waves
  4. With its ‘Fit-for-55 Package’ the European Union wants to create the right framework for an emission reduction of 55% by 2030 and set the course for carbon neutrality by 2050. The package will include a higher renewable energy target, but targets alone won’t deliver the wind volume Europe needs. WindEurope outlines the wind industry’s key … Continue reading Higher targets alone will not make for more wind energy
  5. Record investments for a green recovery Investment of €2.5 billion (+45%) in a single quarter: 92% is earmarked for grids (50%) and renewables (42%). The United States, Spain and Brazil account for nearly 80% of total investment Accelerating hiring: In the last 12 months, the number of new recruits across the Group has reached around … Continue reading Iberdrola ramps up investment by 45% to €2.5 billion
  6. BOEM issues favorable Record of Decision for Vineyard Wind 1, the first commercial-scale offshore wind power project in the U.S. 800 MW wind farm to create thousands of jobs and cut carbon emissions by 1.6 million tons annually. Vineyard Wind to break ground in 2021 and begin delivering clean electricity to Massachusetts in 2023. AVANGRID, … Continue reading AVANGRID Offshore Wind Energy Joint Venture Makes History With Federal Approval
  7. 24 best participants in the project will receive a scholarship for the Wind Farm Maintenance Engineer course offered by the AEE (Spanish Wind Power Association). The companies have received 127 applications to take part in the program. EDP Renewables (Euronext: EDPR), a world leader in the renewable energy sector and one of the most important … Continue reading EDP Renewables and Vestas receive over 120 applications for the ‘Keep it local’ program
  8. US regulators today approved the country’s first utility-scale offshore wind farm, potentially the start of a wave of new projects off the country’s east coast. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) today announced its final approval for the 800MW Vineyard Wind I project, planned for the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Massachusetts. With … Continue reading U.S. approves first large offshore wind farm
  9. The American Clean Power Association (ACP)?issued the following statement today after the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management issued a final record of decision for the Vineyard Wind I offshore wind power project: “This is a historic day for clean energy and for our country that has been over a decade in the making. Today … Continue reading American Clean Power Association Statement on Vineyard Wind farm Record of Decision
  10. Leading supply chain expert and industry veteran Julian Brown has joined the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) team as Senior Advisor – Offshore Wind Supply Chain. In a career spanning two decades in the wind industry, Julian has played a prominent role in the creation and scaling up of the offshore wind industry through roles … Continue reading Supply chain expert Julian Brown joins GWEC
  11. The Nordex Group (ISIN: DE000A0D6554) today reported results for the first quarter of 2021. Sales increased from EUR 964.6 million in the previous year’s quarter to EUR 1,251.2 million in the first quarter of 2021. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) came to EUR 10.4 million, slightly down compared to the previous year’s … Continue reading Nordex wind power starts 2021 with quarterly sales of 1.25 billion euros
  12. The companies will work together to bring the benefits of GE’s offshore wind technology to the growing Japanese offshore wind market. Each company brings strengths critical to success in serving Japan’s offshore wind energy needs. Offshore wind power is projected to grow from 30 to 45 GW by 2040. GE Renewable Energy and Toshiba Energy … Continue reading GE Renewable Energy and Toshiba Announce Strategic Partnership Agreement on Offshore Wind Power in Japan
  13. It is making advances with its sustainable mobility plan, which entails installing 150,000 electric chargers in homes, companies and on public roads. Iberdrola is stepping up investments in electric mobility by awarding contracts worth 50 million euros to 20 small and medium-sized companies in eleven Autonomous Regions for the installation of charge points and charge … Continue reading Iberdrola ramps up its investments in electric mobility
  14. ACWA Power has led South Africa’s largest renewable energy project Redstone CSP to financial close The ZAR 11.6 billion Redstone concentrated solar power plant will power 200,000 households upon completion Redstone CSP Closes Financing May 2021 – ACWA Power Commercial operation scheduled to start in Q4 2023 ACWA Power, a leading Saudi developer, investor and … Continue reading 100 MW Redstone Concentrated Solar Power with 12 Hours Daily Thermal Energy Storage Closes Financing
  15. NECIT Services has welcomed the government’s decision to tighten up subsidy rules surrounding offshore wind projects – saying it will generate huge economic benefits to the country and the supply chain. The Department of Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has warned offshore wind farm developers that they will lose subsidy contracts unless they fulfil … Continue reading NECIT Services says government changes to offshore wind energy subsidies will bring extra jobs and investment to UK supply chain