Andershaw is a 36.3MW onshore wind power project. It is located in Scotland, the UK. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in March 2017.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Onshore||36.3||36.3||–||Active||Scotland, the UK||Catamount Energy; Duke Energy Renewables; Force 9 Energy; Statkraft|
The project was developed by Catamount Energy, Duke Energy Renewables, Force 9 Energy and Statkraft. The project is currently owned by Greencoat UK Wind with a stake of 100%.
The project generates 110,600MWh electricity and supplies enough clean energy to power 26,000 households. The project cost is $75.686m.
The project is currently active. The project got commissioned in March 2017.
Power Purchase Agreement
The power generated from the project is sold to Statkraft under a power purchase agreement.
Vestas Wind Systems was selected as the turbine supplier for the wind power project. The company provided 11 units of V117-3.3 MW – IEC IIA turbines, each with 3.3MW nameplate capacity.
Statkraft is the O&M contractor for the wind power project.
About Catamount Energy
Catamount Energy Corporation (Catamount) is the non-regulated, independent power subsidiary of Central Vermont Public Service. The company is engaged in developing and operating wind energy projects. It is actively involved in providing electricity in the US and Europe. It operates its plants through a diverse fuel mix, including wind, hydroelectric, wood waste, and natural gas. The company is headquartered at Rutland in Vermont, the US.
The various projects owned and operated by Catamount include Sweetwater Wind Project, and Ryegate Power Station among others. In addition, the company has several other projects under implementation across the US and the UK.
In March 2007, Catamount acquired 50% of Elemental Power Group Fuel Cell, LLC, a developer of power projects based on fuel cell technologies. This acquisition would enable it to provide utility-scale, multi-megawatt, ultra-clean power solutions to urban environments. In addition, the company is also planning the Blaengwen project (30 MW) in South Wales.
In June 2008, the company was acquired by Duke Energy.
About Duke Energy Renewables
Duke Energy Renewables Inc (Duke Energy Renewables) is a subsidiary of Duke Energy Corporation. The company owns, operates and maintains renewable energy. It primarily acquires, develops, builds and operates wind and solar renewable generation throughout the US. Duke Energy Renewables also offers operations and maintenance services to third-party renewables operators. The company owns and operates 2,900 MW capacity of renewable energy including 2,300 MW wind power and 600 MW solar power. Its project portfolio includes Cimarron II Windpower, Frontier Windpower, Ironwood Windpower, Shirley Windpower, Los Vientos II Windpower, Sweetwater Windpower, Ajo Solar, Bagdad Solar, Black Mountain Solar, Blue Wing Solar, Dogwood Solar and Everetts Wildcat Solar. Duke Energy Renewables is headquartered in Charlotte, the US.
About Force 9 Energy
force9energy Ltd. is a wind farm developer.
Statkraft AS (Statkraft), a subsidiary of Statkraft SF, is a power utility which produces electricity and supplies district heating. It generates power from hydro, wind, gas, solar and bio-power sources. The company develops hydroelectric power plants in emerging markets outside Europe. Statkraft also plans, develops, constructs and operates energy facilities and conducts physical and financial energy trading in European energy exchanges. The company’s services include analysis and consulting services, and energy services, among others. It serves customers in Norway, Germany, Sweden, the UK, and other countries. Statkraft is headquartered in Oslo, Norway.
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