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Siemens to supply 57 direct drive turbines for wind farms in Scotland

Hamburg - Siemens has been awarded orders for three onshore wind projects in Scotland, supplying up to 50,000 households in South and North Ayrshire and Lockerbie.

Gamesa enters into a 103 MW-supply agreement in the US

Zamudio, Spain - Gamesa, a global technology leader in wind energy, has signed its first contract with Canada's Enbridge, specifically for the supply of 103 MW to the New Creek wind farm being developed in the state of West Virginia. The company will install 45 G97-2.1 MW and four G90-2.0 MW wind turbines at a wind farm being developed in the state of West Virginia. According to Gamesa this marks another milestone in the companie’s US sales strategy.

BASF announces winners of innovation contest on energy storage

Ludwigshafen, Germany – The winners of the BASF Energy Contest were announced at the “Creator SpaceTM Summit” in Ludwigshafen.

Company profile GE’s wind generators obtained BNDES accreditation for Brazilian market

Sao Paulo - Following the requirements put in place by the Brazilian Economical and Social Development Bank (BNDES) for wind turbine components to be locally manufactured, GE has announced the completion of the nationalization of its 3.15MW Double Fed Induction Generator (DFIG) which integrates with onshore wind turbines of 3 MW power range.

State Aid: EU-Commission opens in-depth investigation into Hungarian investment support for Paks II nuclear power plant

Brussels - The European Commission has opened an in-depth state aid investigation into Hungary's plans to provide financing for the construction of two new nuclear reactors in Paks.

Siemens to supply 42 turbines to Italian wind farms

Hamburg - Siemens has received orders for three wind power plants with a total capacity of 130 megawatts (MW) within a period of only 12 months.

Vaillant Group invests in R&D Centre for high-efficiency energy technologies

Remscheid, Germany - In Remscheid, the headquarters of the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning technology specialist Vaillant Group, a new Research and Development Centre will arise by 2018.

Senvion acquires Rodpack technology for more efficient blades

Hamburg – Wind turbine manufacturer Senvion acquired RodPack technology from Chase Corporation in November 2015.

Ambau starts fabrication of 18 offshore wind turbine towers

Bremen / Cuxhaven- From November this year onwards Ambau in Cuxhaven starts to fabricate the 43m long tower sections which are resulting from an integrated design approach of tower, transition piece and monopile foundation by Senvion and Ambau.

Global cumulative installed solar capacity to surpass 223.000 megawatts in 2015

London - The global cumulative installed capacity for solar Photovoltaic (PV) power will rise from 175,400 megawatts (MW) in 2014 to an estimated 223,200 MW in 2015, despite the anticipated declines in the annual installations of several key countries, according to research and consulting firm Globaldata.

Global Marine Systems wins inter-array project at the Wikinger offshore wind farm

Chelmsford, UK - Global Marine Systems Limited, the UK headquartered specialist in subsea cable route design, installation and maintenance, is re-entering the power market after a brief absence.

Siemens to supply wind turbines for onshore project in France

Hamburg - Siemens has been awarded an order for the delivery, installation and commissioning of 12 direct drive wind turbines at the Les Gourlous wind farm in France.

Photovoltaic industry: Meyer Burger revises net sales and EBITDA targets for 2015

Thun, Switzerland - Meyer Burger Technology Ltd announced the continuing positive trend in incoming orders.

Company profile Wind energy services: Deutsche Windtechnik AG expands in foreign markets

Bremen, Germany - The provider of manufacturer-independent wind turbine services, Deutsche Windtechnik AG, is stepping up its foreign operations, especially in Spain, Poland and the United Kingdom.

Wind turbine manufacturer Enercon cancelled participation of EWEA in Paris because of terrorist attacks

Aurich, Germany - Enercon has cancelled its participation of this year‘s wind energy fair and conference EWEA in Paris because of the terrorist attacks of Friday night.

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi to sign giant solar deal

London – The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi signs 10 billion british pounds worth of trade deals including pacts on aircrafts and telecoms. The deals include 2 billion british pounds of investment in India by Lightsource Renewable Energy.

Germany: RWE confirms earnings forecast for 2015 - RWE Innogy is taking off

Essen, Germany - In the first three quarters of 2015, the RWE Group’s EBITDA was down 6% year on year to €4.4 billion and its operating result decreased by 9% to €2.6 billion, as expected.

IEA: World Energy Outlook sees clear signs that the energy transition is underway

London - An extended period of lower oil prices would benefit consumers but would trigger energy-security concerns by heightening reliance on a small number of low-cost producers, or risk a sharp rebound in price if investment falls short, says the International Energy Agency (IEA) in the 2015 edition of its flagship World Energy publication (WEO-2015).

Company profile Nordex growing more quickly than the wind power industry

Hamburg - In the third quarter of 2015, the Nordex Group recorded strong growth in its business, with sales in this period (1 July - 30 September 2015) climbing by more than 50% to EUR 685.8 million (Q3/2014: EUR 451.2 million).

Company profile PNE Wind AG more than doubles EBIT-figures for the first nine months of 2015

Cuxhaven, Germany - The wind farm project developer, PNE Wind AG published its financial report for the third quarter and the first nine months of 2015.

E.ON confirms full-year outlook

Düsseldorf - German utility E.ON says, that its planned transformation is on schedule.

Ballard inks strategic cooperation agreement with King Long for fuel cell buses

Vancouver, Canada / Xiamen, China – Ballard Power Systems announced the signing of a Strategic Collaboration Agreement with Xiamen King Long United Automotive Industry Co., Ltd. (“King Long”), a leading global developer, designer and manufacturer of buses, to design and deploy fuel cell-powered buses.

Fuel cells: Plug Power announces 2015 third quarter results

Latham, USA - Plug Power Inc. reports its 2015 third quarter results and took major steps to achieve its 2015 objectives.

Vestas wins its largest order in China in 2015

Beijing - Vestas has received a firm and unconditional order for two projects for a combined 200 MW from China’s Hanas Group.

Siemens and Bolivia sign energy cooperation

Erlangen, Germany - Siemens has signed a far-reaching agreement with the Hidrocarbon and Energy Ministry of Bolivia on energy cooperation and future collaboration in the field of products and services for the oil & gas industry.

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