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Australian developer secures $525m debt refinancing – Windpower Monthly

Windpower MonthlyAustralian developer secures $525m debt refinancingWindpower MonthlyThe developer also stated its five-year business plan revolves around three main points: ensuring it achieves “appropriate value from [its] existing portfolio”, expanding the regions in which it produces and supplies capacity, and creating a capital …Infigen Energy seals $525m debt deal as profits riseThe Australian Financial ReviewFuture looking bright for wind farm operator Infigen EnergyThe AustralianInfigen turns to corporate market for wind and solarRenewEconomyRenewables Now -The Sydney Morning Herald -NEWS.com.auall 13 news articles »

Swedish cold climate centre picks site – Windpower Monthly

Windpower MonthlySwedish cold climate centre picks siteWindpower MonthlySWEDEN: A new wind turbine test centre, designed to push machines to their cold climate limits, is to be located an operating project in northern Sweden. The 30MW Uljabuouda project will transform into Sweden’s new cold climate test centre (pic …

Mark your calendars: The 12th Quebec Wind Energy Conference is in June – Windpower Engineering (press release)

Windpower Engineering (press release)Mark your calendars: The 12th Quebec Wind Energy Conference is in JuneWindpower Engineering (press release)The TechnoCentre éolien has announced its 12th Quebec Wind Energy Conference, which will be held from June 11 to 13 at the Baie Bleue Hotel in Carleton-sur-Mer in Quebec, Canada. With an expected attendance of over 225 participants from throughout the …

What criteria should be considered when selecting & maintaining encoders for wind turbines? – Windpower Engineering (press release)

Windpower Engineering (press release)What criteria should be considered when selecting & maintaining encoders for wind turbines?Windpower Engineering (press release)These sensors provide reliable feedback for wind speed, control, over-speed protection, and position. “Encoders or rotation sensors, can be used in a number of places on wind turbines,” explains Christian Fell, COO of FRABA-POSITAL North America, an …

Wind power tariffs stay near record low of Rs2.44/unit in SECI auction – Livemint

LivemintWind power tariffs stay near record low of Rs2.44/unit in SECI auctionLivemintNew Delhi: India’s wind power tariffs remained near a record low in an auction conducted by the state-run Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) which ended late Tuesday evening, a person aware of the development said. Bidders quoted wind power …Torrent Power biggest winner in wind projects auctionBusiness LineWind power tariffs end descend, edge up to Rs 2.44 per unitETEnergyworld.comTorrent Power wins 499.8 MW wind power projectsBusiness StandardEconomic Times -Hindu Business Line -BloombergQuintall 11 news articles »

Wind power continues its global onward march – Climate Action Programme

Climate Action ProgrammeWind power continues its global onward marchClimate Action ProgrammeNewly released statistics show the world added 52 gigawatts (GW) of wind power capacity over the past year, indicating the global market’s continued appetite for clean power. The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), an international trade body, released …New video shows fish feeding at America’s first offshore wind farmWindpower Engineering (press release)’Made in the USA’ Turbines Complicate US Offshore Wind PlanBloombergEurope’s investment in offshore wind is paying off — for the USPRICreamer Media’s Engineering News -ETEnergyworld.com -Plattsall 17 news articles »

Moya Power seeks to harvest wind power from speeding trains in London – Inhabitat

Moya Power seeks to harvest wind power from speeding trains in LondonInhabitatWe can harness the power of wind in a field or on the ocean – but what about in drafty train tunnels? 27-year-old Charlotte Slingsby’s startup Moya Power seeks to generate electricity by capturing wind in existing infrastructure, Wired reported. The …

Wind farms make up all EU’s net power growth – The Telegraph – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWind farms make up all EU’s net power growth – The TelegraphTelegraph.co.ukThe boom in wind farms across the European Union has single-handedly driven the net growth in power generating capacity as fossil fuel plants shut faster than they are built. The steady shutdown of polluting coal plants across the UK and the rest of EU …1,000 onshore wind turbines built in rush to beat deadline | News …The TimesRecord Year for European Wind PowerMother Earth NewsOffshore Wind Energy Market to Surpass USD 57.2 Billion by 2022: Zion Market ResearchAccording to the report …Markets InsiderAltEnergyMag (press release)all 121 news articles »