Suzlon Energy Ltd, which is exploring the sale of 300 megawatts (MW) of wind power assets, has hired an investment bank to manage the process, said two people aware of the development.
Germany’s network regulator has agreed to raise the price it pays for onshore wind power in its latest capacity auction, the second time it has done so under new rules with make it harder for non-corporate players to compete.
The Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (GUVNL) has once again extended the last date for submitting bids for supplying wind power to the state-run company.
Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company, produced 53,556 million units of electricity in the financial year 2017-18 from all its units, ranging from thermal, hydel, wind and solar. It marks a rise of 1.36% in total electricity generated in the FY’18 as compared to 52,512 million units power generated in the previous fiscal.
With a brand-new factory and a cluster of specialised firms, the Basque city of Bilbao is the focus of Spain’s wind power industry which is fighting to hold its own in the face of fierce competition from China and northern Europe.
In Energy Breakthrough, India Added More Renewable Than Fossil Fuel Capacity for the First Time Last Year
India added more energy capacity from renewable energy sources last year than from conventional sources like coal for the first time, an important breakthrough for a country that struggles with high greenhouse gas emissions and deadly air pollution.
Siemens Gamesa, which overtook Vestas last year to become the world’s No. 1 wind turbine maker, said on Friday its order book remained steady in the second quarter, citing record onshore order intake and stabilising prices.
Taiwan is becoming the next battleground for the world’s top offshore wind developers as they seek a foothold in Asia for a technology that has been expanding fast in Europe.
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy today said it has bagged multiple wind power orders totalling 140 MW from a leading independent power producer and many industrial customers in the country.
The city of Yanan, a major wind power base in northwest China’s Shaanxi province, has introduced a lottery system to decide which wind projects will go ahead this year, a sign that grid constraints are forcing local governments to restrict capacity.