Energy infrastructure News for January 2011
The IT industry could be the winner of the global US$34 billion smart grid market, according to Lux Research.
31 January, 2011
Ofgem E-Serve has announced the 8 qualifying bidders competing to provide high-voltage transmission links for three UK offshore wind projects.
28 January, 2011
Siemens will install a grid connection for DanTysk offshore wind farm, part of the SylWin offshore wind farm cluster in the North Sea for TenneT.
27 January, 2011
Landis+Gyr will supply 10,000 polyphase commercial and industrial smart meters to the State Grid Corporation of China for use in 6 provinces.
25 January, 2011
Offshore Ship Designers have designed an offshore wind farm maintenance vessel said to improve uptime of deepwater wind turbines.
20 January, 2011
American Superconductor Corporation (AMSC) will deliver its D-VAR reactive compensation solution for wind farms to wind farms in the UK.
19 January, 2011
Ofgem has published the first database showing the location and capacity of registered renewable energy feed-in tariff generators in the UK - but not how much electricity they produce.
10 January, 2011
Draka Offshore will provide subsea array cabling for the 576 MW Welsh Gwynt y Mor Offshore Wind Farm under a €25 million inter-array cabling contract with RWE npower renewables.
07 January, 2011
Voltwerk’s VS Series of single phase string solar inverters can now be used with solar thin-film modules from Calyzo GmbH.
06 January, 2011
South Korea’s Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co Ltd is buying over US$10 million worth of wind turbine electrical control systems from American Superconductor (AMSC).
04 January, 2011