Wind Energy

Sowitec and Enel to develop seven wind projects in Chile

The two companies have signed a contract for the development of seven wind energy projects in the northern and central regions of Chile. Under the terms of the contract, the Chilean subsidiary of the German project developer Sowitec International GmbH has transferred exclusive rights to Enel. As a result, Enel has the right to purchase the wind farms when they are completed.

Zarges produces wind tower internals in Texas

From Amarillo, Zarges wants to be able to supply the growth markets of the USA and Canada even better than before. The start of construction of the 7,500 m² factory is scheduled for the second quarter, and it will be opened before the end of this year. By 2012, about 100 members of staff will work in production and in the logistics centre, according to ZAS Director Bernd Goepfert.

Gamesa fulfils guidance and grows profitably through globalisation and efficiency: Double-Digit sales and ebit growth, and net income rises to 51 Million Euro

Main 2011 consolidated figures:
+10% in sales, to 3,033 million euro
+11% in EBITDA, to 364 million euro
+10% in EBIT, to 131 million euro
+2% in net income, to 51 million euro
229 million euro in capital expenditure (wind turbines)
NFD of 710 million euro (2 times EBITDA)


Natural Power widens Ecology offerings through partnership with Welsh firm Ecology Matters

Leading international renewable energy consultancy group Natural Power has signed a framework agreement with Welsh based ecology consultants, Ecology Matters. This agreement widens Natural Power's resource and expertise in onshore and offshore wind farm ecology issues, allowing the companies to work together in order to further develop their respective and mutual expertise.


Keppel invests in OWEC Tower AS

KV Ventus B.V., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Corporation Ltd. (Keppel) has today entered into a share and subscription agreement and shareholders' agreement to acquire a 49.9% stake in OWEC Tower AS, a Bergen /Norwegian based company. Through this, OWEC Tower will strengthen its financial position and be able to meet the growing demand from the international offshore wind market.

Renewables industry welcomes Governments vote of confidence

RenewableUK, the renewable energy trade association, has welcomed a series of Government announcements giving strong support to the renewables sector.


Reef Subsea charters for five years two new-built DP2 subsea construction vessels from Neptune Offshore

Reef Subsea AS announced today that they have signed two five-year charter agreements for two newly-built dynamically positioned subsea construction vessels - Neptune Despina and Neptune Larissa - from Neptune Offshore AS. Simultaneously Neptune Subsea AS, the ship owning company of the vessels, welcomes Reef Subsea as a 25% shareholder.

Nordex launching the 2.5MW Gamma Generation in the Chinese and Asian markets

Beijing - Nordex has announced the official launch of its 2.5 MW Gamma generation wind turbines on the Chinese and Asian market. Comprising the N90/2500kW and N100/2500kW, the Efficiency Class 2.5 MW turbines address the market requirements and incorporate the latest findings from research and development.

Bloomberg New Energy Finance and 3TIER announce online tool giving investors unparalleled transparency on wind asset valuations

London / Seattle - Bloomberg New Energy Finance, a global clean energy, water, power and carbon market specialist, and 3TIER, a world leader in renewable energy risk analysis, today announced the launch of the world's first real-time, interactive wind asset valuation tool.

ACSA DELIVERS A27-225kW WIND TURBINES FOR ITALIAN CLIENT

As part of a wind farm of three units, ACSA delivered its third A27-225kW wind turbine to its Italian customer. The project is part of a complex installation to upgrade and maintain a very weak grid at the same time. The first unit has been installed and is running successfully, and number two and three will be installed as soon as all site preparations are finalized.

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