Author Archives: Lasma Livzeniece

Save the Date for Windergy India 2019!

Despite a rocky transition from the old incentives to the new competitive tendering process, the Indian wind sector is entering a major new growth phase, and is well on its way to meeting the target of 60 GW by 2022, perhaps well ahead of time. The government is also moving ahead quickly to develop the offshore segment, setting aggressive targets …

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South African wind industry contributes to transformation through coordinated effort

Given the Renewable Energy Industry’s potential and willingness to contribute to national socio-economic development, the industry is taking proactive measures to ensure coordinated efforts result in greater local benefit.

Speaking at a recent energy forum, Energy Minister, Jeff Radebe, signalled government’s intention that the socio-economic and enterprise development spend of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement …

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DEWI and AWS Truepower are now officially UL

AWS Truepower was acquired by global safety science company UL in 2016. DEWI was acquired by UL in 2012.  Both companies are now officially changing their brand names to reflect their new identity.

“Our company and our brand have been evolving since our founding 35 years ago through acquisitions, new products and service …

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VN advised to develop wind power

VIETNAMNET Bridge

Viet Nam needs to focus on developing the wind power industry and implementing transparent policies on granting investment licences to wind power projects.

Experts said at a seminar on the development of wind power in Viet Nam held in Ha Noi on June 7 by the German and Danish embassies, alongside the GIZ – German international cooperation organisation.

The seminar was …

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LatAm Wind Power on Track to Double Capacity in Next Four Years

Banamericas

Latin America will likely double its installed wind power capacity by 2022, reaching a total 34.1GW, up from the current 17.9GW, while growth will be led by Argentina and Mexico, where projects awarded in recent auctions will come online.

The Global Wind Energy Council’s (GWEC) predictions show that the region will add around 3.4GW this year, almost 1GW more than was …

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Expectativas por nueva licitación: empresas de todo el mundo desembarcan en Argentina para analizar inversiones en energía eólica

Energia Estrategica

Una Comitiva del Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) se reunirá los días 6 y 7 de septiembre para participar de“Argentina Wind Power 2018”, el evento eólico más importante y representativo de la industria que se realiza en el país. Participarán compañías de todo el mundo, referentes del sector local y de otras plazas. Está prevista la presencia de funcionarios …

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Maps Vietnam wind energy boost

Reve

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has drawn up a list of recommendations to help Vietnam raise its current wind capacity to 800MW by 2020 from 197MW currently.

GWEC presented the statement, co-signed by Siemens Gamesa, Vestas, Mainstream Renewable Power and DNV GL, as it opened its first Vietnam Wind Power Conference in Hanoi.

The recommendations include the establishment of a standardised power purchase …

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Industry maps Vietnam wind boost

reNews

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has drawn up a list of recommendations to help Vietnam raise its current wind capacity to 800MW by 2020 from 197MW currently.

GWEC presented the statement, co-signed by Siemens Gamesa, Vestas, Mainstream Renewable Power and DNV GL, as it opened its first Vietnam Wind Power Conference in Hanoi.

The recommendations include the establishment of a standardised power purchase …

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Vietnam learns international experience in wind power development

Vietnam Plus

The German and Denmark embassies and the German international cooperation agency co-organised a workshop on wind power development in Vietnam.

Vietnam aims to generate 800 MW of wind power by 2020 and 6,000 MW by 2030.

However, the development of wind power remains slow. Only seven projects with total capacity of 190 MW have been put into operation.

Deputy head of the …

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Vietnam must improve policy for wind power take-off: GWEC

Recharge News

In a joint statement with the wind industry, the council recommends transparent PPAs, better grids, easier approval and a trade body

Despite an acute need for new power generation and abundant wind resources, Vietnam is far from meeting its own wind power targets, the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and leading companies in the sector say, recommending several policies for …

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