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Iberdrola commissions 55.8 MW of wind farms in Greece

Iberdrola has commissioned the 37.8-megawatt (MW) Askio II wind farm in Greece. Located in the provinces of Kozani and Eordaia, in the West Macedonia region of Greece, it joins the 50.4 MW Askio III project in full operation, which was completed in 2022. Total investment in both projects was close to € 100 million. Askio II consists of nine Vestas V150 wind turbines, each with a 4.2 MW capacity, a hub height of 105 metres and a rotor diameter of 150 metres. Both Askio projects are connected to the same grid point, with a combined annual production of around 180GWh anticipated. In parallel, the company has also commissioned 18-MW Rokani wind farm located in the Viotia region, Central Greece. The facility is equipped with 3 Vestas V162 turbines of 6 MW unit capacity, the largest and most powerful wind turbines in operation in Greece, with 205 metres hub height. SUPPORTING THE ENERGY TRANSITION IN GREECE Through technological innovation and greater efficiency, the company is committed to develop competitive renewable energy, which is essential to advance in the energy transition towards a decarbonised model and combat climate change. Completion of the projects means that Iberdrola now has 421 MW of operational renewable energy capacity in Greece. The company has been present in the country since 2007, and now operates wind and solar projects in the regions of Central Greece, Crete, Thrace, Western Macedonia, Thessaly, Peloponnese and Dodecanese. Both Askio projects have made significant financial contributions to local communities, with €2.2 million invested in new infrastructure, supporting local businesses. During the construction and operational phases of the wind farms Iberdrola has created 282 direct and indirect jobs, supporting local supply chains. ASKIO MOUNTAIN RANGE CONSTRUCTION CHALLENGES The Askio projects have been built in a mountainous region at an altitude of 1,500 metres above sea level. In order to navigate the narrow and steep roads, blade lifter technology was required. This involves a specialist trailer which can rotate and vertically tilt the blades during transport, ensuring the components could be moved along existing narrow roads, and avoiding the need for any additional construction work. Greece

GoodWe Achieves a 10.95MW Large-Scale PV Project in Malaysia, Debuting Its One-Stop Ground Solution

GoodWe, the global leader in solar inverters and energy storage solutions, announces the successful completion of the Solar Citra Project, a 10.95-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) project located in Perak, Malaysia. This achievement is one of the initial projects to connect to the grid under the aegis of the large-scale solar 4 program (LSS4) in Malaysia. The project is expected to yield 24.095 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of clean energy annually, leading to yearly revenues of $1 million and a reduction in carbon emissions by 17.1 metric tons. The Solar Citra Project marks a milestone as GoodWes first large-scale solar farm project to be fully implemented with its integrated one-stop PV solution. This comprehensive solution comprises 52 units of 250kW-HT string inverters, 2 units of 6750kVA Medium-voltage (MV) Stations, the SCB3000 communication device, and the SolarOS monitoring platform. The 250kW-HT inverter is designed to optimize energy efficiency while minimizing costs of operations and maintenance (O&M). The MV Station, conveniently housed in a transportable container, incorporates essential switchgears and transformer to ensure seamless power transformation within the system. In the system, the HT inverter efficiently converts generated DC energy into AC, while the MV Station elevates AC voltage from 800V to 33kV for grid connection and distribution. At the monitoring level, the SCB3000 facilitates the data acquisition and transmission from system components, including energy generation, weather conditions, and equipment status. Furthermore, station-level monitoring is realized through GoodWes SolarOS, an online platform for power plant control, which enables plant operators to make informed decisions according to real-time analysis and manage the system remotely via internet access. This integrated system empowers project developers with customized solutions tailored to their unique requirements. By optimizing energy yields and streamlining O&M of the power plant, it ensures maximized return on investment and reduced carbon emissions. James Hou, GoodWes APAC Sales Head, added, "GoodWe is proud to supply our utility solution to the Solar Citra Project. As a global smart energy solution provider, we have stood the test of time and remain committed to providing our clients with high-quality, cost-effective solution Malaysia

PNOC eyes JV for offshore wind power project

The Philippine National Oil Co. (PNOC) plans to partner with a port developer to repurpose its 19.2-hectare property in Mabini, Batangas into a dedicated integrated port to ensure the growth of the offshore wind industry in the country. PNOC president and CEO Oliver Butalid said the cost of the planned undertaking would require support from a private partner. “We are exploring going into joint venture with a port developer. We are discussing now with PPP (Public-Private Partnership) Center because it will certainly cost more than what was the budget originally,” Butalid said. Butalid said the facility, which was originally intended to support exploration companies, is being used as a commercial port. “And, as it turned out over the years, most of the cargo offloaded in this port is actually not energy-related anymore. These are commercial commodities,” Butalid said. “So the original intent actually of this being a dedicated port to facilitate importations of energy-related entities has been somewhat diluted. So, we’re bringing it back now, but for another energy segment – the offshore wind,” he said. The PNOC executive said part of the plan is to widen the port design and reclaim certain areas for it to be used as an offloading for the large parts required for offshore wind projects. “We met with offshore wind players twice already and they said even if they have so many supply contracts, they all say none of these can be realized without a port that will service their needs because of the nature of they have to have a kind of integration or fabrication close to the site where these offshore wind turbines will be located. So, that is the reason why we are into the offshore wind common service facility,” Butalid said. Offshore wind energy has been identified by the Department of Energy (DOE) as one of its top priorities in the country’s renewable energy sector. At least 77 service contracts have been awarded so far by the agency to local and international offshore wind developers. “It’s a low hanging fruit because the offshore wind developers, they want to use a dedicated port. I don’t think there are any private port operators who will give up their business of commercial port operations and repurpose it for an industry that has yet to begin,” Butalid said. Butalid said the PNOC’s Batangas facility is also str Philippines

US Offshore Wind Project Pipeline Nears 53 GW

The US has almost 53 GW of offshore wind projects in operation, development and planning stages. This could power more than 18 million US households if all the projects currently in development and planning are built. The US offshore wind pipeline reached 52,687 MW at the end of May 2023, with two offshore wind farms in operation totalling 42 MW, over 40 projects under development totalling 47,606 MW, and a further 5,039 MW of potential capacity in the planning stage. This is according to a National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) analysis in the Offshore Wind Market Report: 2023 Edition recently released by the US Department of Energy (DOE). NREL has also highlighted key developments in the US offshore wind energy market from January 2022 to May 2023, including the launch of three new lease areas in the Gulf of Mexico and the USD 2.7 billion (approximately EUR 2.55 billion) the US offshore wind industry invested in ports, vessels, supply chain, and transmission in 2022. Furthermore, state-level procurement activities and policies are driving continued momentum in the country’s offshore wind sector, with several states aiming to install a total of 42,730 MW of offshore wind capacity by 2040. NREL also notes that floating offshore wind has gained more traction. In this regard, the report marked the first-ever commercial floating wind lease sale off the coast of California as one of the key developments, along with the US government’s announcement of the Floating Offshore Wind Shot, which targets reducing the floating wind energy cost by 70 per cent and deploying 15 GW of floating offshore wind in the US by 2035. Looking at the offshore wind market, NREL’s analysis also finds it to have become more volatile in the past year, with project costs increasing due to inflation, interest rates, and supply chain uncertainty. The Inflation Reduction Act of August 2022 may provide some relief to keep projects profitable, according to NREL, as it provides tax credit incentives for investing in offshore wind energy and the domestic supply chain while also potentially softening adverse impacts of rising costs due to inflation, supply chain constraints, and interest rates. Global capacity could reach 380–394 GW by 2032, representing a sixfold increase over the next decade, according to the report, which also says the US market g United States

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