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Glasgow dock expects record year for turbines

Peel Ports Clydeport predicts it will process over 60,000 tonnes of components this year Peel Ports Clydeport expected to set a record-year for handling wind turbine components at its King George V Dock site in Glasgow as the operator continues to support the renewable energy sector. The UK’s second largest port operator will process over 1000 components, weighing more than 60,000 tonnes, at the site throughout 2024. Since 2005 Peel Ports Clydeport has handled over 1200 turbines through King George V Dock, resulting in more than 35% of total capacity installed in Scotland – more than any other port across the country. The expected tonnage for 2024 marks a bumper year ahead for the facility, located on the banks of the River Clyde, which has a strong track record in transporting parts used for onshore-based wind projects. Representing a significant increase in tonnage from last year, some 1050 components, 100 complete turbines, and 249 blades from North Kyle Windfarm in East Ayrshire are set to go through the port’s deep-sea dock facility this year. The group will further handle around 550 blades, 100 drivetrains, 100 nacelles and 300 tower sections. King George V Dock’s deep-sea facility is uniquely equipped to accommodate the handling of large-scale turbine parts, allowing efficient movement of vital equipment to and from project sites. With Clydeport anticipating a surge in wind components in the year ahead, the news reflects growing momentum across Scotland’s renewables sector, and will help drive the country towards meeting its sustainable energy targets. Port director at Peel Ports Clydeport Jim McSporran said: “We are all proud to be a major player in driving Scotland’s renewable energy ambitions forward. “The tonnage set to pass through King George V Dock in the year ahead is really impressive, but what’s more, it shows the confidence of those working across the renewables sector in our ability to open the door for the seamless, and vital, transportation of key components. “As the world looks to rise to the most urgent environmental challenges, the need for renewable energy has never been greater. A key part of our strategy moving forward is to ensure we are ready to help the sector meet this demand.” United Kingdom

Cable and convertor deals inked for EGL2

UK subsea transmission project will connect Peterhead with Dax SSEN Transmission and National Grid Electricity Transmission (NGET) have signed up Prysmian to supply cables, and Hitachi Energy and BAM, to supply converter stations for the Eastern Green Link 2 (EGL2) new subsea electricity superhighway. The partners’ project will see the creation of a 525kV, 2GW HVDC subsea transmission line from Peterhead in Scotland to Drax in England. Prysmian has confirmed it has the capability to deliver the project with its manufacturing facilities for the production of the HVDC wire and its cable laying vessels for the installation in the timescale required for EGL2 to meet its targeted energisation date in 2029, supporting the timely delivery of this project and mitigating risks associated with global constraints in the HVDC supply chain. Hitachi Energy is partnering with BAM to provide the engineering works and technology for the HVDC converter stations which form the terminals for the cable and convert direct current to the alternating current used in the onshore transmission network. This latest milestone is another significant step as the project moves towards delivery and, following final approval from Ofgem, work is expected to commence later this year, with a targeted operational date of 2029. The subsea HVDC cable system is approximately 436km in length with new converter stations at either end to connect it into the existing transmission network infrastructure. SSEN Transmission’s Ricky Saez, the EGL2 project director, said: “Getting the contract signed with Hitachi Energy and BAM for delivery of the convertor stations is another big step in delivering EGL2. “The convertor stations at either end of the cable will play a crucial role in making the power transported by this HVDC link onto the onshore transmission network quicker. By signing up today Hitachi Energy and BAM - who have a great track record in delivering infrastructure like this – will allow that technology to improve the network and flow of greener energy. “Likewise signing the cable contract with Prysmian is a hugely important step too, particularly given global supply chain constraints in HVDC cabling – the cable being the crucial link between both converters. This is a fantastic moment for the EGL2 project.” United Kingdom

Lithuanian developer secures funds for Polish solar projects

The portfolio represents the company’s third foray into Poland Atsinaujinancios Energetikos Investicijos (AEI) has secured €45m of funding to build almost 115MW of solar farms in western Poland. The Lithuanian company, owned by investment management firm Lords LB Asset Management, signed the joint loan agreement with Eiffel Investment Group and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), which will be provided in two €22.5m shares. The company will the funds to develop 16 Polish PV projects with a total capacity of 114.7MW. AEI currently manages around 250MW of operating and under-construction solar farms. The portfolio will be the company’s third scheme in Poland. “This loan secured funding for the entire construction period of the project, while at the same time giving us enough freedom to shape the final revenue structure of the parks until the completion of their construction,” said AEI manager Grete Bukauskaite. "We are delighted that two solid financing institutions are providing financing for our project. This confirms the quality of the project and perspective of the Polish market." The EBRDs regional director for Central Europe and the Baltic States Elisabetta Falcetti added: “Unlocking additional financial resources for the renewables sector in Poland is crucial to meet the country’s ambitious green transition targets. "I am particularly pleased that this first project under the EBRD and Eiffel partnership will – thanks to the efforts of Lords - increase the renewable energy generation capacity in Poland and support the country’s shift to a greener, more sustainable energy model." Poland

Nordex stake fuels earnings surge at Acciona

Company took a majority stake in the turbine maker last year Acciona Energia saw its full-year 2023 revenues and profits increase, driven in part by its acquisition of a stake in turbine manufacturer Nordex. Accionas revenue rose 52% in 2023 compared to 2022 to reach €17.02bn and a net profit of €541m, an increase of 22.6%. The group acquired a majority stake in Nordex, holding a 47.08% stake since 1 April, 2023. This contributed €5.27bn to the group’s revenues, corresponding to the nine months of consolidation, in a year that marks a major turning point for the subsidiary as it contributed a positive gross operating profit. Nordex saw a turnover of €6.48bn, a 14% rise on 2022, along with positive EBITDA and a backlog of €10.54bn (up 7.6%), of which €6.91bn corresponds to projects and €3.63bn to services. Turbine orders in 2023 amounted to 7358MW (16.3% more than 2022), representing revenues of €6.21bn (+16.2%) across 25 countries, mainly Germany, Turkey, Spain and Sweden. The company installed a total of 7253MW during 2023, 38.9% more than 2022. During 2023, Acciona maintained its growth strategy – combined with strong discipline in risk, profitability and balance sheet management – which is reflected in a net investment cashflow of €3.33bn (up 66% on 2022). Of this total, Acciona invested €2.32bn while Nordex provided €376m. The group’s infrastructure division invested €267m and real estate €205m. Capacity additions reached a new record high of 1.7GW in 2023, with total installed capacity rising to 13.53GW. Various Countries

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