In early September, the board approved the purchase by its wholly owned subsidiary PPC Renewables of six projects from local developer BCI. Three, with a combined capacity of 24.65MW, are already operating, while the remaining 48MW is under development. PPC said it would pay up to EUR43.4 million but says the final cost will not be known until financial and legal due diligence is completed. To date, PPC Renewables has 61.46MW of operating wind power capacity and 32.35MW under construction.
Saudi developer grows its pipeline in the central Asian country with a $25.65/MWh winning bid in a tender
Developer hopes to bring one of the world’s largest planned offshore wind farms online by end of the decade
Turbine manufacturer plans to begin trials of additive manufacturing for offshore wind turbine nacelles in 2022
Turbine Sales Tracker Quarterly Report: Q2 2021
Government and industry sign long-awaited sector deal mirroring an agreement reached in the UK two years ago
Green energy giants, oil majors and investment firms are among ten bidders shortlisted for projects off Brittany
Avangrid Renewables and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners’ joint venture secures $2.3bn for 800MW US project
Renewables software firm voices support for power purchase agreements at Husum Wind 2021 event in northern Germany
Ørsted and PGE begin search for suppliers for Baltica 2 and 3 projects, which are due to be among Poland's first offshore wind farms
The UK leads the world for planned or already operational floating offshore wind projects, new data reveals
A recent Windpower Monthly webinar, produced in partnership with Vestas, discussed why the industry needs to converge to deliver greater accuracy in energy production analysis for wind projects
Siemens Gamesa’s Morten Vindbjerg discusses how advances in imaging technology, artificial intelligence (AI) and big data are being harnessed to optimise the maintenance of blades
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