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Chinese joint venture to see 300 MW of wind power in Henan province

China Ming Yang Wind Power Group Limited will be forming a joint venture with a subsidiary of China National Nuclear Corporation to develop wind and solar power projects in China. The J.V.’s first venture will be the development of up to 300 megawatts of wind project in the Henan province. Ming Yang, a leading wind turbine manufacturer in China, announced that their subsidiary Guangdong Mingyang Wind...

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South Africa to see its first large-scale wind power project by 2014

South Africa is building a 100 megawatt wind farm, its first large-scale wind project, that could generate around 233,000 megawatt-hours of power annually. The Sere wind farm will be undertaken by state-owned electricity utility Eskom, according to the Government Communication and Information System. According to an allAfrica report, Eskom has been issued a licence to develop the wind farm from the National...

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First Reserve, Renovalia Energy acquire wind farms in Oaxaca

First Reserve and Renovalia Energy have expanded their joint venture with the acquisition of two wind power plants in Oaxaca, Mexico. First Reserve is the largest global private equity firm exclusively focused on energy. Their joint venture with renewable energy and independent power producer Renovalia Energy is known as Renovalia Reserve. Renovalia Reserve was formed in 2011 to own and operate...

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Philippines develops 87 MW wind project

The Philippines is set to build an 87-megawatt wind farm in the island of Luzon in the province of Ilocos Norte. The $300 million Burgos Wind Project will be the second wind energy project in the province. It will cover about 600 hectares of land across three villages in the municipality of Burgos, namely Saoit, Poblacion and Nagsurot. Ilocos Norte is already the home of the 33 MW Bangui Wind Farm...

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Iberdrola, Dong Energy sell wind assets in Poland

State-owned utilities PGE and Energa are buying several established wind farms in Poland from their foreign developers. PGE and Energa have signed an agreement with Spain’s Iberdrola for the sale of all its wind power assets in Poland, grouped by Iberdrola Renewables Polaska, for approximately $268 million. Iberdrola held a 75 percent stake in Iberdrola Renewables Polaska. The remaining 25...

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Arise Windpower to build 130 MW Norwegian wind farm

Sweden’s Arise Windpower will begin construction on their first major wind power project in Norway by 2014. The wind energy company has concluded a conditional agreement with Havgul clean energy AS for the acquisition of a project in Aremark municipality, Norway that is currently in the permitting process. The project will use up to 45 wind turbines for a generation capacity of around 130 megawatts...

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EDF EN Canada delivering 300 MW of wind power in Quebec

Two 150 megawatt wind projects are now delivering 300 MW of clean power in Quebec. The Massif du Sud Wind Project and the Lac Alfred Phase 1 Wind Project of EDF EN Canada Inc., a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles, represent a combined investment of close to $700 million. Power from these projects is being sold to Hydro-Quebec Distribution under the terms of a 20-year power purchase agreement. Massif du Sud is located in the municipalities of Saint-...

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G.E., Taiwan Power Company sign $11.4 million service agreement for wind

G.E. has signed a $11.4 million service agreement with Taiwan Power Company for more than twenty turbines currently operating in the country. Under a five-year, full service agreement, G.E. will provide a full scope of services including planned and unplanned maintenance, repairs and spare parts for 26 G.E. 1.5 megawatt class wind turbines in Taiwan. Of these turbines, 23 are located in Taoyung...

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100 MW wind farm to rise in Tanzania

>A 100-megawatt wind farm being developed by Wind East Africa is aiming to become the first successful, independent wind energy project in Tanzania. The $285 million project, located in Singida about 700 kilometers from Dar es Salaam, is part of the Tanzanian governments push to diversify their energy sources as drafted in their renewable energy policy. The wind power plant will be developed through the...

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G.E. closes deals for wind projects in Brazil, Kansas

General Electric Company’s wind energy branch and energy investing business closed major deals for wind developments in Brazil and Kansas, respectively. G.E. and Brazilian wind developer Renova Energy signed a contract worth $394 million for wind turbines. Renova, which has around 1 gigawatt’s worth of wind installed in Brazil, is constructing a 386-MW facility in the southeast of Bahia state. The Alto ...

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