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  • Senvion GmbH enters into Binding Term-sheet with a Strategic Investor for the sale of its operating entity in India
    Senvion GmbH announced today that it has entered into a binding agreement with a Strategic Investor to sell and transfer its fully operational Indian entity. This is further to our announcement last year where Senvion India was made an independent entity to manufacture, supply and operate Senvion turbines. The parties have now entered in the final closure stage where legal documentations andagreements are being discussed. …
  • Innogy Enters Taiwan’s Offshore Wind Market through Strategic Local Partnership
     innogy, one of Europe’s leading energycompanies, has partnered with Asia Cement Corporation to continue thedevelopment of a major offshore wind project off the coast of Taiwan. The twocompanies have agreed a strategic partnership to further develop the Chu Fengoffshore wind project, which intends to participate in the next gridallocation round in Taiwan. With a planned installed capacity of up to 448megawatt (MW), it will be …
  • Tata Power completes sale of South African JV “Cennergi” for ZAR 1,550 million
    Khopoli Investments Ltd (a 100% subsidiary of Tata Power) today completed the sale of the Company’s entire stake in Cennergi, a South African joint venture to Exxaro Resources Ltd, for an amount of ZAR 1,550 million and normal working capital and other adjustments. Cennergi (Pty) Ltd was a 50:50 joint venture between Exxaro Resources Ltd and Khopoli Investments Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of The …
  • Philippines makes move into offshore wind energy
    The Philippines has taken first steps into the offshore wind power sector with plans to develop 1.2 GW, according to an international consortium that said it’s been given the go-ahead to advance wind farm projects there. Triconti ECC, an alliance between Swiss, German and local players, claimed the Philippines department of energy gave it “exclusive rights to studying and developing” two wind turbines projects, Aparri …
  • The Nordex Group supplies 51 MW with its 5MW+ rated power turbines in Norway
    The Nordex Group has received another order for itsnew Delta4000 turbines, with their 5MW+ rated power, in Norway. Themanufacturer will supply nine N149/5.X turbines for the “Lutelandet” windfarm. The project was developed by Vestavind Kraft and is owned by LutelandetEnergipark AS, a daughter of the Norwegian municipal utility, SFE ProduksjonAS; with its main business area in power generation. The order also includes aPremium Service contract …
  • Senvion GmbH enters into Binding Term-sheet with a Strategic Investor for the sale of its operating entity in India

    8th April 2020 by

    Senvion GmbH announced today that it has entered into a binding agreement with a Strategic Investor to sell and transfer its fully operational Indian entity. This is further to our announcement last year where Senvion India was made an independent entity to manufacture, supply and operate Senvion turbines. The parties have now entered in the final closure stage where legal documentations andagreements are being discussed.… Read more Continue reading Senvion GmbH enters into Binding Term-sheet with a Strategic Investor for the sale of its operating entity in India

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  • Innogy Enters Taiwan’s Offshore Wind Market through Strategic Local Partnership

    3rd April 2020 by

     innogy, one of Europe’s leading energycompanies, has partnered with Asia Cement Corporation to continue thedevelopment of a major offshore wind project off the coast of Taiwan. The twocompanies have agreed a strategic partnership to further develop the Chu Fengoffshore wind project, which intends to participate in the next gridallocation round in Taiwan. With a planned installed capacity of up to 448megawatt (MW), it will be… Read more Continue reading Innogy Enters Taiwan’s Offshore Wind Market through Strategic Local Partnership

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  • Tata Power completes sale of South African JV “Cennergi” for ZAR 1,550 million

    2nd April 2020 by

    Khopoli Investments Ltd (a 100% subsidiary of Tata Power) today completed the sale of the Company’s entire stake in Cennergi, a South African joint venture to Exxaro Resources Ltd, for an amount of ZAR 1,550 million and normal working capital and other adjustments. Cennergi (Pty) Ltd was a 50:50 joint venture between Exxaro Resources Ltd and Khopoli Investments Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of The… Read more Continue reading Tata Power completes sale of South African JV “Cennergi” for ZAR 1,550 million

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  • Philippines makes move into offshore wind energy

    1st April 2020 by

    The Philippines has taken first steps into the offshore wind power sector with plans to develop 1.2 GW, according to an international consortium that said it’s been given the go-ahead to advance wind farm projects there. Triconti ECC, an alliance between Swiss, German and local players, claimed the Philippines department of energy gave it “exclusive rights to studying and developing” two wind turbines projects, Aparri… Read more Continue reading Philippines makes move into offshore wind energy

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  • The Nordex Group supplies 51 MW with its 5MW+ rated power turbines in Norway

    1st April 2020 by

    The Nordex Group has received another order for itsnew Delta4000 turbines, with their 5MW+ rated power, in Norway. Themanufacturer will supply nine N149/5.X turbines for the “Lutelandet” windfarm. The project was developed by Vestavind Kraft and is owned by LutelandetEnergipark AS, a daughter of the Norwegian municipal utility, SFE ProduksjonAS; with its main business area in power generation. The order also includes aPremium Service contract… Read more Continue reading The Nordex Group supplies 51 MW with its 5MW+ rated power turbines in Norway

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  • Total Enters Floating Offshore Wind with a First Project in the UK

    25th March 2020 by

    Total positions itself on the floating offshore wind segment in line with its strategy to develop renewable energy. The Group has signed an agreement with the developer Simply Blue Energy to acquire 80% stake in the pioneering floating wind project Erebus located in the Celtic Sea, in Wales. The project will have a 96 megawatts capacity and will be installed in an area with water depth of… Read more Continue reading Total Enters Floating Offshore Wind with a First Project in the UK

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  • Total Expands in Wind Power in France with the acquisition of Global Wind Power France

    25th March 2020 by

    Total continues its growth in renewable energy in France with a substantial investment in wind power.  Total, through Total Quadran – its 100% renewable developer and producer in France, acquires 100% of Global Wind Power (GWP) France, a company with a 1000-megawatt (MW) portfolio of onshore wind projects, including 250 MW scheduled to come on stream by 2025. “Following Vents d’Oc’ acquisition in 2019, this… Read more Continue reading Total Expands in Wind Power in France with the acquisition of Global Wind Power France

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  • NOTUS Energy and Odessa State Regional Government Sign Declaration on the Construction of Three Wind Farms

    24th March 2020 by

    On 4 March 2020, the Potsdam-based NOTUS energy group and representatives of the Odessa regional administration signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the development of three wind farms. NOTUS energy and regional officials have taken the next step towards the construction of the planned wind energy fields. “We are very pleased about the good cooperation with the representatives of the Odessa regional administration and the… Read more Continue reading NOTUS Energy and Odessa State Regional Government Sign Declaration on the Construction of Three Wind Farms

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  • Nordex Group Began 2020 With Turbine Order Backlog of EUR 5.5 Billion

    24th March 2020 by

    The Nordex Group today announced that it began 2020 with a well-filled order book for new wind turbines of EUR 5.5 billion, up 43 percent on the previous year (2018: EUR 3.9billion). In light of this, the Company once again expects a visible rise in sales and a further increasing operating profit. Guidance for 2020 Subject to the unforeseeable extent and duration of the measures… Read more Continue reading Nordex Group Began 2020 With Turbine Order Backlog of EUR 5.5 Billion

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  • The Nordex Group Obtains Major Order for 400 MW from Norway

    24th March 2020 by

    The Nordex Group has received a large order for 400 MW from Norway using wind turbines in the 5 MW+ class. The Nordex Group will supply and install 72 N149/5.X turbines, with 105 meter steel towers, at the “Øyfjellet” wind farm for a German investor. Following completion of the project in autumn 2021, the Nordex Group will be responsible for full maintenance of the wind… Read more Continue reading The Nordex Group Obtains Major Order for 400 MW from Norway

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