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  • China to add 251GW of new wind capacity by 2029
    China is expected to add 251 gigawatts (GW) of new wind capacity between 2020 and 2029, says Wood Mackenzie. The country’s wind power market could reach a cumulative grid connected capacity of 461GW by the end of the decade. More than 25 wind bases totalling over 100GW of capacity are already planned and under construction […]
  • Enel Green Power Connects a Wind Farm in Mallén (Zaragoza) to the Electricity Grid
    With an investment of 4.6 million euros, the Dehesa farm in Mallén will be able to generate up to 11.2 GWh per year. Enel Green Power España has connected a new 3.46 MW wind farm in the town of Mallén and Fréscano, in the province of Zaragoza, to the electricity grid. Investment in this project […]
  • New Research Evaluates How U.S. Wind Plant Performance Changes with Age
    First comprehensive study of the U.S. wind fleet shows relatively low levels of performance decline with age Science Snapshots By Kiran Julin • June 3, 2020ShareTweetRedditShare0SHARES Older (pre-2008 commercial online date) plants are shown in pink, and newer plants in orange. The size of each dot is proportional to the nameplate capacity of the plant. The background […]
  • Sembcorp commemorates the completion of 800MW SECI wind capacity in India
    – Becomes the first developer to commission full capacity from first three SECI tenders– Power from these assets will light up more than 600,000 homes and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by over 2 million tonnes/annum1 Sembcorp Energy India Limited (SEIL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sembcorp Industries, today commemorated the completion of 800MW of Solar Energy […]
  • Nordex Group builds wind farm for its new customer UKA for the first time
    Nordex Group has delivered turbines for the wind farm developer UKA for the first time and completed the first construction phase of a wind farm in Germany. The 13.5 MW wind farm “Leeskow II & IV” with three N149/4.0-4.5 turbines in Lower Lusatia in Brandenburg is the first project that the Nordex Group has now […]
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