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Iberdrola sends a new shipment of generators, tools and electrical material to Ukraine

Iberdrola is helping Ukraine. The company has delivered electrical material to the country invaded by Russia that it had requested through European organisations. Basically, these are generators and electrical components valued at 53,000 euros. In mid-March, Iberdrola set out to meet the request for electrical components made by Ukraine through Eurolectric and Aelec, the European … Continue reading Iberdrola sends a new shipment of generators, tools and electrical material to Ukraine

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The Ukraine war will not derail Europe’s energy transition

As Europe struggles to build energy security in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, uncertainty looms on many fronts. By turning its back on Russian oil and gas, will Europe speed or slow down its response to the more global crisis – climate change? That is a complicated question, and hinges on the extent and … Continue reading The Ukraine war will not derail Europe’s energy transition

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Russia enters 15,000 million euros for exports to Europe since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine

Russia has entered 15,000 million euros since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine, on February 24, thanks to exports of gas, oil and coal to the European Union, according to data from the CREA study center (Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air).European gas imports have brought Russia 9.4 billion euros; those of … Continue reading Russia enters 15,000 million euros for exports to Europe since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine

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Impact of the war in Ukraine is hitting the energy markets with full force

RWE wants to provide support on short-, medium- and long-term measures to ensure security of supply, diversification of fuel supplies, rapid expansion of renewables, ramp-up of hydrogen economy and import infrastructures for green energies. At its Annual Press Conference today, RWE also commented on the impact of the war in Ukraine on energy supply. The … Continue reading Impact of the war in Ukraine is hitting the energy markets with full force

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WindEurope CEO on Ukraine and the implications for Europe’s energy policy

The events of the last few weeks have shocked and saddened all of us in the wind energy community. As an industry that has companies, partners and colleagues in Ukraine, we stand in solidarity with the Ukrainian people in the face of Russian aggression. Our colleagues who run the Ukrainian Wind Energy Association, Andriy and … Continue reading WindEurope CEO on Ukraine and the implications for Europe’s energy policy

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The EU adopts renewable energies to end dependence on Russia

The Commission wants the bloc to get rid of Putin’s fossil fuels entirely by 2027. Wind power and solar energy are emerging as the priority alternative.The Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air, a group of analysts specialized in energy transition, created a specific digital meter that shows how much the European Union has … Continue reading The EU adopts renewable energies to end dependence on Russia

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Germany want to accelerate the transition to wind energy and solar

As Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine continues, American oil and gas producers are hoping the European market will pivot toward them to replace Russian gas. But some in Europe, and specifically Germany, are eyeing a different path: rapidly accelerating toward 100 percent renewable energy. Whether Europe and the world can successfully meet Paris Agreement targets … Continue reading Germany want to accelerate the transition to wind energy and solar

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WWEA and Global100RE call for renewable energy equipment for immediate humanitarian relief in Ukraine

With the ongoing war in Ukraine, more and more areas in the country are cut off the electricity supply, including hospitals and other places which urgently require access to power. In order to help civilians, the World Wind Energy Association WWEA and the Global 100% Renewable Energy Platform Global100RE (http://www.global100re.org/), supported by Global100RE Ambassador Ruslana … Continue reading WWEA and Global100RE call for renewable energy equipment for immediate humanitarian relief in Ukraine

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Vestas halts four wind power projects in Russia

Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas will stop its four wind farm projects under development in Russia as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Vestas has been developing since September the four projects – Novoalekseevskaya, Grazhdanskaya, Ivanovskaya and Pokrovskaya – with a total capacity of 253 megawatts commissioned by a consortium between Finland’s Fortum and … Continue reading Vestas halts four wind power projects in Russia

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Ørsted updates investors on the company’s exposure to gas contract with Gazprom Export

Ørsted condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine and has already taken several steps to stop its cooperation with Russian companies. Ørsted has ceased all sourcing of biomass and coal from Russia for its power stations, Ørsted will not enter into new contracts with Russian companies, and Ørsted has made sure that none of Ørsted’s direct … Continue reading Ørsted updates investors on the company’s exposure to gas contract with Gazprom Export

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Ørsted statement on the Ukraine-Russia conflict

Ørsted finds the situation deeply disturbing, not least the human suffering following the war in Ukraine. The Russian aggression goes against everything that Ørsted stands for, and we have therefore taken significant steps in accordance with our values as a company. Regarding the gas from Gazprom that is supplied to Denmark, Ørsted recommends a clear and … Continue reading Ørsted statement on the Ukraine-Russia conflict

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Nordex wins order for 67 MW of wind power in Ukraine

Business in Ukraine continues to improve for the Nordex Group: at the end of September, the regular Turkish customer, Eksim Holding from Istanbul, ordered 14 N149 / 4.X wind turbines for its first wind farm in Ukraine. The order also includes a Premium Service contract for a period of 15 years. The “Skole” wind farm, … Continue reading Nordex wins order for 67 MW of wind power in Ukraine

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Goldwind wind turbines for wind power in Ukraine

Recently, Xinjiang Goldwind Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Goldwind”) successfully signed the Zophia 337.5MW and the Ochakov 288MW wind power project in Ukraine. Two successive deals marked Goldwind’s major breakthrough in Ukraine, making it a frontrunner in the local market. Zophia project and Ochakov project are located in Zaporizhia and Ochakov of southern … Continue reading Goldwind wind turbines for wind power in Ukraine

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Vestas confirms largest order for EnVentus wind turbines in Ukraine for DTEK Renewables wind farm

Vestas has secured an order for the second phase of the DTEK Tiligul project, a wind farm which totals 500 MW in capacity, from DTEK Renewables. This order, which covers the remaining 372 MW of the project, being developed as the second phase of the complex, adds to the 126 MW order which Vestas received … Continue reading Vestas confirms largest order for EnVentus wind turbines in Ukraine for DTEK Renewables wind farm

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Ukraine will benefit from wind energy but policy fixes are needed for a quicker expansion

On 20 February WindEurope CEO Giles Dickson participated in the Ukrainian Wind Energy Association’s (UWEA) annual event on Ukraine’s “transition from green tariffs to market conditions”. He discussed how wind energy developments can be beneficial for Ukraine and how the country could design its future financing models. Ukraine has 1.3 GW of wind energy capacity … Continue reading Ukraine will benefit from wind energy but policy fixes are needed for a quicker expansion

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Vestas secures order for 126 MW EnVentus wind turbines for wind power in Ukraine

Vestas today announces it has signed the first EnVentus order in the Eastern Europe region for the 126 MW DTEK Tiligulska project in Ukraine, building on a track record of 660 MW already installed by Vestas in Ukraine. The Tiligulska project is being developed by DTEK Renewables, for whom Vestas has also delivered three previous … Continue reading Vestas secures order for 126 MW EnVentus wind turbines for wind power in Ukraine

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PowerChina and Ukrainian WindFarm signed a contract on building a $1 billion wind farm in Ukraine

On October 30, the Ukrainian company WindFarm and the Chinese company PowerChina signed a contract on the joint implementation of a project for the construction of an 800 MW wind farm with a capacity of over $1 billion in Manhush and Nikolske districts of Donetsk region, Board Chairman of the Ukrainian Wind Energy Association (UWEA) … Continue reading PowerChina and Ukrainian WindFarm signed a contract on building a $1 billion wind farm in Ukraine

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New 150 MW wind farm in Ukraine

Wind Power GSI Volyn LLC intends to build a wind power plant with a capacity of 150 MW in Ivanychi and Volodymyr-Volynsky districts of Volyn region.According to the website of the unified register of environmental impact assessment, within the framework of the project, it is planned to install 28 wind turbines in the territory of … Continue reading New 150 MW wind farm in Ukraine

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DTEK Renewables intends to build 150 MW wind farm in Zaporizhia Oblast

DTEK Berdiansk Wind Power Plant LLC intends to build a 150 MW wind farm in Berdiansk district of Zaporizhia Oblast, according to the website of the unified register of environmental impact assessment. According to the report, it is planned to install from 25 to 60 wind turbines with a capacity of 2.5 MW each within … Continue reading DTEK Renewables intends to build 150 MW wind farm in Zaporizhia Oblast

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