It’s not enough to increase electricity generation from renewable energies; we also need the appropriate grid infrastructure to transport this electricity to where it can be consumed.
By Hauke Jürgensen, Senior Vice President High-Voltage Grids at Siemens Energy
Brazil’s National Electric Energy Agency (ANEEL) passed 45.9 MW of wind turbines in wind farms for commercial operation, taking Brazil past 20 GW of installed capacity in wind power generation.
GE Renewable Energy has received an order from JSW Energy to supply 810 MW of onshore wind turbines for their planned wind farms in Tamil Nadu, India.
The Sri Lankan Government has announced that it is stepping up efforts to achieve 70 per cent renewable energy share in power generation by 2030, in partnership with private sector investments.
Vestas, in partnership with Global Power Generation, a subsidiary of Naturgy Group, has secured a deal of the 58 MW Crookwell 3 Wind Farm in New South Wales, Australia.
GE Renewable Energy is partnering with the governments of Canada and Québec to expand its wind turbine blade facility at Gaspé, Canada.
The southern coast of Western Australia has been proposed as the site for the world’s biggest renewable energy hub.
Kipeto Energy has announced that it has fully connected its 100 MW wind power project to the Kenyan national grid.
GE Renewable Energy has announced that it was selected by Continuum Green Energy India to supply, install, and commission 55 sets of its 2.7-132 onshore wind turbines for the 148.5 MW Marjar, Bhuj wind farm in Gujarat, India.
GE Renewable Energy has signed a contract for an 88 MW wind farm with BIM Wind, a joint venture company between AC Energy of the Philippines and BIM Energy Holding of Vietnam.