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Senvion installs first prototype of 3.4M140 EBC low noise WTG
Senvion has successfully completed the installation of the first 3MW class 3.4M140 EBC turbine prototype in Heckelberg for the Notus energy group.
New solar plant ‘will operate like a conventional power plant’
A 150 MW solar thermal power plant is to built in South Australia by SolarReserve. The Aurora Solar Energy Project will incorporate 1100 MWh of storage.
Dong divests 50% of Borkum Riffgrund 2
Dong Energy is to sell 50% of Borkum Riffgrund 2, a 450 MW German offshore wind project currently under construction, to Global Infrastructure Partners.
Spanish capacity market faces legal challenge
Two Spanish non-governmental organizations have submitted a complaint to the European Commission alleging that Spain’s capacity market system contravenes state aid laws.
1 GW solar farm gets green light
Local government in Queensland, Australia, has given the go-ahead for the construction of a 1000 MW solar farm.
PV developer plans 70 MW project in Ireland
Lightsource Renewable Energy has applied for consent for the construction of a 70 MW solar farm in the Republic of Ireland.
EIB supports Alliander upgrade
Dutch network firm Alliander has signed a €300 million loan agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to help finance the renewal and expansion of the distribution network.
Blyth foundation on track
The Blyth offshore wind farm is on track to start generating energy at the end of 2017, according to EDF Energy Renewables.
Siemens starts field tests of high efficiency GT technology
Siemens has started field trials of its next generation gas turbine technology, designated HL, at Duke Energy’s Lincoln County site in North Carolina.
Deepwater Wind proposes offshore wind-storage combo
Deepwater Wind has unveiled plans to build the world’s largest offshore wind and energy storage site.