Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has started construction of the world’s largest wind turbine blade test stand in Aalborg, Denmark.
The UK’s National Grid has published a report into the power outages that affected Britain on 9 August, causing widespread disruption at rush hour, particularly into and out of London.
Siemens has announced that it will build a new combined cycle power plant as a turnkey project in Landivisiau in western France.
As part of the restructuring efforts at its mother company Maccaferri, turbine manufacturer Exergy is now up for sale.
Siemens has been awarded a contract to deliver two converter stations for the first high-voltage direct-current (HVDC) link between Great Britain and Denmark.
The sudden loss of nearly 2GW of generation triggered a stress event and power cuts up and down the UK on the evening of 9 August 2019.
Ansaldo Energia has been awarded an EPC contract on a turnkey basis for the design, supply, and installation of an open-cycle gas-fired power with an installed power capacity of 300MW in Irsching in southern Bavaria, Germany.
RWE has announced that it will be closing its coal-fired 1.56GW Aberthaw power plant by March 2020, due to what it describes as “challenging market conditions.”
Statistics published by Deutsche WindGuard on behalf of the German Wind Energy Association (BWE) has indicated that the expansion of wind energy generated in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea has reached its 2020 target of 6.5GW ahead of schedule.
The Severnaya Thermal Power plant in Mytishchi, near Moscow, Russia, has caught fire, and a large number of fire-fighting units were dispatched to the scene.