Siemens to supply 448 wind turbines with a total capacity of 1,050 megawatts and provide service for several years ----- The customer, MidAmerican Energy, will equip five wind power projects in the U.S. state of Iowa with Siemens wind turbines ----- Clean energy for nearly 320,000 American households
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The UK Government this month announced a modest increase in contract-for-difference prices for offshore wind to encourage an ambitious build programme through to 2020. However, new analysis by Bloomberg New Energy Finance shows that a range of financing risks may still hold back plans.
SolarCity Launches Give Power Foundation™ to Provide Solar-Powered Lighting to Schools Without Electricity
By giving light to one new school for each megawatt of solar power it deploys, Give Power Foundation will make clean energy accessible to schools around the world
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The awards will support innovative projects aimed at integrating clean energy technology into the agriculture sectors of developing countries.
Ontario far-offshore wind company Trillium Power files Amended Statement of Claim for $500 Million after Appeal Court win
Claim states Ontario Government avoided discussion with International Consortium to create 15,000 jobs
One of the largest PV systems in Connecticut, Somers Solar Center will produce enough electricity to supply nearly 1,400 homes.
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Siemens won an order to supply 448 wind turbines with a total capacity of 1,050 megawatts (MW) to U.S.-based MidAmerican Energy, which the German engineering group said was the largest single order for onshore wind power ever awarded. The wind turbines, with a nominal rating of 2.3 MW each and a rotor diameter of 108 metres, are to be installed in five different projects in Iowa, Siemens said in a statement on Monday. Siemens said it would also be responsible for service and maintenance of the wind turbines. Siemens did not provide any financial details of the transaction. By a rule of thumb, one megawatt of onshore wind capacity sells for 1 million euros ($1.37 million).
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Solar Energy Solidarity donates products for three solar installations in Africa, bringing electrici
The three projects will supply electricity to a kindergarten and a women's radio in Guinea Bissau, and to a farm school in Cameroon. PROINSO, jointly with local NGOs and other organisations, has donated modules, structures, a thermosiphon and a collector.
Prothea announced today that its customers have entered into a definitive agreement with Kirchner Solar GmbH for the purchase of Sonnen Systeme Italia S.r.l, an Italian company owning and operating a portfolio of 6,7 MW dual-axis solar photovoltaic parks near Alessandria
Lucintel Anticipates New Installations and Larger Blades to Drive Composites Usage in Wind Energy Ma
Increasing demand of lightweight materials with efficient properties had been driving the growth of composite materials in wind energy market. Composite materials consumption in wind energy market is forecasted to reach US $4.3 billion by 2018 with a high growth rate over the next five years.
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