Supplier News

  1. ENGIE Places 361 MW Order Of V150-4.2 MW Turbines In Brazil

    Vestas has received a 361 MW order to supply and install 86 V150-4.2 MW wind turbines for the Campo Largo Phase 2 wind park to be located at Sento Sé and Umburanas municipalities, State of Bahia. The order has been placed by ENGIE Brasil, the largest private energy producer in Brazil

  2. GSSG Solar Announces METI Approval For Yamanashi Solar Plant

    GSSG Solar, LLC (“GSSG”) announced the METI approval for its 14.7 MW Yamanashi solar plant (the “Project”). This important milestone marks the final approval of the Project’s 20-year feed-in-tariff (“FIT) under which it will sell power to Tokyo EPCO. The Project is the second project developed by GSSG Solar to achieve this important milestone

  3. EDF Renewables North America Enters Agreement With Tucson Electric Power To Build Oso Grande Wind Project

    EDF Renewables North America recently announced they have entered into a Build and Transfer Agreement (BTA) with Tucson Electric Power (TEP) for the 247.4 megawatt (MW) Oso Grande Wind Project

  4. TEP Accelerates Its Expansion Of Renewable Energy Resources With New Wind Farm

    Tucson Electric Power (TEP) is building a large wind farm that will help the company more than double its use of renewable energy by 2021. The Oso Grande Wind Project in southeastern New Mexico will generate up to 247 megawatts (MW), enough to power nearly 100,000 homes

  5. Toshiba And Kawasaki Heavy Industries To Collaborate On The Supply Of Medium-Capacity Steam Turbines

    Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (Toshiba ESS) and Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Kawasaki) have entered into a collaboration agreement to supply medium-capacity steam turbines for utility and industrial thermal power plants

  6. Ameresco Receives Eight Solar Project Awards

    Ameresco, Inc, a leading energy efficiency and renewable energy company announced it won eight (8) solar project awards under the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) Program. The SMART Program is a solar incentive program that encourages the development of 1,600 MW of new solar PV technology across Massachusetts utilities

  7. Global PoleTrusion Group Corp. Announces Power Purchase Agreement For Panama Biomass Project

    Global PoleTrusion Group Corp. announces that its subsidiary, Los Santos Energy Corp., a Panamanian company that is 80 percent owned by GPGC, has signed a 10-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Generación Solar for biomass energy in the province of Chiriquí situated on the west coast of Panama

  8. Energy Monitor Can Find Electrical Failures Before They Happen

    A new system devised by researchers at MIT can monitor the behavior of all electric devices within a building, ship, or factory, determining which ones are in use at any given time and whether any are showing signs of an imminent failure. When tested on a Coast Guard cutter, the system pinpointed a motor with burnt-out wiring that could have led to a serious onboard fire.

  9. Drought Effects On Aging Power Plants May Be Larger Than Expected

    Older power plants with once-through cooling systems generate about a third of all U.S. electricity, but their future generating capacity will be undercut by droughts and rising water temperatures linked to climate change.

  10. Siemens Supplies First SGT-A45 Mobile Power Generation Unit

    Siemens has received the first order for its SGT-A45 mobile unit from Bayat Power, a company of the Bayat Group. A few months from now, a complete gas-fired power plant, centered around the SGT-A45 trailer-mounted unit, will begin to provide electricity for the Jowzjan Province in northern Afghanistan