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NSG Wind and Wilhelmsen win contract for TenneT’s offshore and onshore stations
NSG Wind and Wilhelmsen Ship Management have won a contract to offer full technical maintenance solutions for TenneT’s offshore and onshore transformer stations, as well as its alternating current (AC) electricity transmission systems.
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Çalık Enerji to construct windpower plant in Georgia
Turkey-based Çalık Enerji has plans to construct a 50MW windpower plant in the central region of Georgia for $75m.
Rocky Mountain Power to expand wind energy capacity
Electricity service provider Rocky Mountain Power is planning to construct a number of new windpower projects across Wyoming, US, by 2020.
Ørsted and University of Oxford to optimise wind turbine foundations
Ørsted and the University of Oxford have signed a five-year agreement to optimise the design of foundation structures for offshore wind turbines.
Purchasing power: selling renewable energy direct to customers using PPAs
Power purchase agreements that sell energy directly to corporate and industrial customers through multi-year supply contracts are making renewable power projects viable in an increasingly subsidy-averse energy market. Frost & Sullivan’s Swagath Navin Manohar explains.
The Resilience Programme: Changing Japan’s grid
Following the destruction caused by the Tōhoku tsunami in 2011, the Japanese city of Higashi Matsushima decided to rebuild its energy infrastructure using microgrids and decentralised power. More and more cities are following in its footsteps, so could microgrids provide the resilience Japan needs?
Enel begins Horizonte solar park operations in Brazil
Renewable energy company Enel Green Power has commenced operations at the 103MW Horizonte solar park in Brazil through its subsidiary Enel Green Power Brasil Participações (EGPB).
Graphite felt could improve efficiency of microbial fuel cells
Graphite felt anodes could be used to improve the efficiency of microbial fuel cells (MFCs), according to researchers from Kaunas University of Technology.
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