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Navantia starts construction of East Anglia One marine park substation for Iberdrola

04/04/2017

Yesterday at the Puerto Real shipyard Navantia started the steel cut of the electrical substation for Iberdrola’s East Anglia One marine wind farm in the United Kingdom. The company did a ceremonial act in which it carried out the cut pertaining to the Cable Deck.

Iberdrola´s first offshore wind project in the United States

03/04/2017

Offshore wind. Iberdrola, through AVANGRID, has been awarded the rights to develop and build a wind farm of up to 1,486 MW in the area known as Kitty Hawk, 24 nautical miles off the coast of North Carolina, in the United States.

 

Amazon, General Motors, Google … US companies increasingly invest in wind

16/03/2017

More and more American companies are joining in the purchase of wind energy or investing in the generation of renewable energy to achieve their emission reduction targets. Amazon, General Motors, Google, Proctor & Gamble or IKEA are some of them.

Wind power places itself as the first generation source in February

14/03/2017

Last February, wind power accounted for 24.8% of the country’s electricity demand. As a result, the use of fossil fuels has been reduced in electricity generation and the market price has dropped by 28% compared to January.

 

Vestas receives a 100 MW order in Argentina

20/02/2017

Vestas has received an order from Greenwind S.A., a subsidiary of Pampa Energía, one of the most important companies in the electricity sector in Argentina, for the supply of 29 V126 wind turbines – 3.45 MW for the Corti wind farm in Bahía Blanca.

Wind power increases by 38 MW in 2016 but 84% are death throes of former Pre-allocation Register

15/02/2017

Since the Energy Reform came into force three years ago, 65 MW of wind power have been installed, compared to 2,334 MW in the previous three-year period. Thus, wind turbines and components manufacturers have been forced to export almost 100% of what is produced in Spain. The sector expects the auction planned by the government […]

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