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Windpower Round-Up
04th August 2021

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Siemens Gamesa makes loss in ‘challenging’ Q3
Turbine manufacturer reports triple-digit million euro loss in third quarter, but CEO buoyed by swelling order book
  Siemens Gamesa makes loss in ‘challenging’ Q3
 
Record 16.8GW US onshore wind brought online in 2020
Last year was a record for new US wind power, according to the American Clean Power Association (ACP), but 2021 could rival 2020
  Record 16.8GW US onshore wind brought online in 2020
 
Big month for wind power in Middle East and Africa
Windpower Intelligence identified nearly 300MW of newly operational capacity in the Middle East and Africa last month
  Big month for wind power in Middle East and Africa
 
US starts permitting for Kitty Hawk offshore wind farm
BOEM launches public consultation ahead of environmental review for Avangrid Renewables’ 800MW-plus project
  US starts permitting for Kitty Hawk offshore wind farm
 
Subsea 7 to buy into floating offshore wind specialist
The deal to acquire a controlling stake in Nautilus Floating Solutions should be finalised in Q3 2021
  Subsea 7 to buy into floating offshore wind specialist
 
                     

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GVWT: Augmented guided vane vertical axis wind turbine
GVWT Energy Pte Ltd hopes to create a storm in the renewables industry when its first generation 3MW Guided Vane Wind Turbine (GVWT) is installed at a site in Singapore later this year. At scale the GVW turbine can potentially produce energy at a cost of $0.01/kwh
  GVWT:  Augmented guided vane vertical axis wind turbine
 
WPM Awards 2020: Best onshore turbines up to 4.4MW
There's a trend for onshore turbines to grow in size and capacity but this leading model from Goldwind broke the mould
  WPM Awards 2020: Best onshore turbines up to 4.4MW
 

Windpower Intelligence


The latest project updates

USA: Innergex Renewable Energy’s 225.6MW Griffin Trail wind farm in Texas has been fully commissioned. It comprises 80 GE turbines.

BRAZIL: The first ten turbines at Neoenergia’s 471.25MW Chafariz complex in Paraíba have become operational. The entire complex should be operational by the end of the year.

JAPAN: Construction has begun at J-Power Group's 14.85MW Sarakitomanai repowering project in Hokkaido. Four Siemens Gamesa 4.3MW turbines will replace nine 1.65MW turbines that became operational in 2001. Completion is scheduled for 2024.

UK: Through its UK subsidiary, TwinHub, Hexicon has completed its acquisition of the Wave Hub renewable energy test site off Cornwall, south-west England. TwinHub intends to develop a 30-40MW floating offshore wind farm at the site.

FRANCE: Boralex has commissioned its 13.8MW Plaine d’Escrebieux extension. Located in Pas-de-Calais, it comprises four V117 turbines.

ITALY: Tozzi Green has agreed to acquire two 8.8MW projects in Sicily, from Asja Ambiente. One is located in Buseto Palizzolo, Trapani, the other in Polizzi Generosa, Castellana Sicula and Sclafani Bagni, Palermo. The wind farms are expected to come online by the first half of 2022. 




 



 




 

 

 

 



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