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  • Dominion wind request could lead to first Virginia project

    Dominion Energy has launched a request for proposals that could result in construction of the first wind farm in Virginia, one of only nine US states without installed capacity. The utility company is seeking bids for 300MW of onshore wind and solar power capacity and environmental attributes including renewable energy certificates. Developers must locate projects in Virginia and can be 10MW (ac

    Wind  rechargenews.com 12 hours old Richard A. Kessler in Fort Worth

    Dutch set December date for 700MW subsidy-free auction

    The economics ministry of the Netherlands has invited companies interested in a subsidy-free tender for the 700MW Hollandse Kust South 1&2 offshore wind zone to hand in bids between 15 and 21 December. Only if the subsidy-free tender fails to yield an acceptable bid will a tender procedure that includes subsidies with the lowest bid price as main criteria be initiated. The Dutch government earli

    Wind  rechargenews.com 12 hours old Bernd Radowitz in Berlin

    Canada's Boralex backs Scottish onshore wind with 325MW JV

    Canada’s Boralex has linked with UK developer Infinergy with a view to developing a 325MW onshore wind pipeline in Scotland, in the latest vote of confidence in the sector there. The two developers have agreed a 50/50 joint venture to advance a 10-project pipeline in Scotland, comprising wind farms of up to 80MW at various stages of progress. Boralex will invest the majority of the £6.6m ($8.7m)

    Wind  rechargenews.com 13 hours old Andrew Lee

    Australia signals end to renewables subsidies after 2020

    Australia’s government has shifted away from renewables by rejecting a recommendation by the nation’s chief scientist to set a post-2020 clean energy target, instead opting for a 'technology-neutral' plan that prioritises reducing electricity prices. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull claimed in an online video that a new policy, known as the National Energy Guarantee, would reduce power prices and

    Transition  rechargenews.com 15 hours old Christopher Hopson in London

    Shrunken Chile power tender attracts 24 bidders

    Chile’s regulated power market tender received bids from 24 companies, of which around 10 were solar and wind projects, amid declining demand from a slowing economy that led the government to reduce the amount of electricity to be contracted. According to power sector regulator CNE, the 24 bids included proposals from Chilean, Spanish, US and Italian companies in relation to 2.2TWh a year of pow

    Transition  rechargenews.com 15 hours old Alexandre Spatuzza in Sao Paulo

    Innogy lines up UK's Murphy for Triton Knoll onshore cables

    Germany’s Innogy has chosen UK-firm J Murphy & Sons as its preferred supplier to install almost 60km of onshore cables for the 860MW Triton Knoll wind farm off eastern England. Murphy will design and install the project’s onshore cable circuits, which will run from the point of landfall near Anderby Creek to a new National Grid substation at Bicker Fen in Lincolnshire. The installation is seen a

    Wind  rechargenews.com 16 hours old Christopher Hopson in London

    Siemens Gamesa sees lower 2017 Ebit on inventory revision

    Wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa has sharply lowered its guidance for its underlying full-year profit following a write-down of inventories in the US and South Africa. Revised earnings before interest and taxes (Ebit) for the fiscal year 2017, which for the company ended on 30 September, are now expected to come in at €790m ($928m) instead of the €900m foreseen earlier. “This disclosure

    Wind  rechargenews.com 16 hours old Bernd Radowitz in Berlin

    GE to supply 158MW Masdar-led wind project in Serbia

    General Electric is slated to supply 57 turbines to the largest wind project in the Western Balkans, the 158MW Cibuk 1 in the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina, World Bank unit International Finance Corporation ( IFC) said. Part of the Vetroelektrane Balkana project, Cibuk 1 is a 60:40 partnership between Abu Dhabi-based renewable energy company Masdar and Cibuk Wind Holding, a unit of US de

    Wind  rechargenews.com 17 hours old Bernd Radowitz in Berlin

    New global realities mean floating wind will stay the course

    ANALYSIS | It will see triumphs and setbacks along the way, but powerful fundamentals of technology, geography and societal change will help floating wind find a role, writes Darius Snieckus

    Wind  rechargenews.com 18 hours old Darius Snieckus in London

    German Greens to push for coal exit in tricky coalition talks

    ANALYSIS | The Green Party will make a renewables-friendly acceleration out of coal a priority in what are set to be tightrope negotiations in Berlin, writes Bernd Radowitz

    Transition  rechargenews.com 20 hours old Bernd Radowitz in Berlin