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SK oceanplant, Corio Generation sign MOU for offshore wind farms

SK oceanplant and Corio Generation, a London-based offshore wind farm company, signed a memorandum of understanding for joint offshore wind farm projects. SK oceanplant, a wind turbine substructure manufacturer, will supply wind turbine substructures and offshore substations for Corio’s wind farm projects in and outside Korea, while Corio will develop, manage and invest in the projects. Founded in April last year, Corio Generation is an offshore wind farm developer of Macquarie Group’s Green Investment Group, which is based in Edinburgh, Scotland. The two companies plan to collaborate on offshore wind farm projects in Korea, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Taiwan, including Corio’s bottom-fixed offshore wind farm projects in Busan. The combined capacity of joint projects reaches 6.8 gigawatts. SK oceanplant, recently rebranded from Samkang M&T, was acquired by SK ecoplant last year. The company is currently building a 1.6-million-square-meter wind turbine substructure production facility in Goseong, South Gyeongsang, with an annual production capacity of 650,000 tons. “SK oceanplant is transforming into a global offshore wind power operator as demonstrated by its acquisition of a 51 percent stake in an offshore wind farm project in Taiwan, as well as its entry into the Japanese offshore wind market,” said Lee Seung-chul, SK oceanplant CEO. “Offshore wind power business is poised to provide enormous business opportunities for Korean companies that are the most competitive in the global shipbuilding, offshore plants, steel, and heavy industries,” said Choi Woo-jin, head of Korea at Corio Generation. Korea South

EDF RENEWABLES EDF Renewables North America Wins Three Wind Projects Totaling 570 MW in Quebec Haute-Chaudière, Forêt Domaniale, and Madawaska wind energy projects selected in Hydro-Québecs calls for tenders

EDF Renewables North America announced today (March 16) that Hydro-Québec selected three of its wind projects representing 570 megawatts (MW) for wind energy supply contracts under two calls for tenders launched in December 2021. EDF Renewables won three of the seven wind project awards representing nearly 50% of the total wind capacity awarded. The projects are scheduled for commissioning in December 2026. The selected projects, as follows, will contribute to meeting EDFs CAP 2030 strategy which aims at doubling its global net renewable energy capacity from 28 GW to 60 GW, between 2015 and 2030: Madawaska Wind Project: 270 MW in partnership with Alliance de lénergie de lEst and Hydro-Québec located in the Lower St. Lawrence region in the Regional County Municipality of Témiscouata. Forêt Domaniale Wind Project: 180 MW in partnership with Alliance de lénergie de lEst located in the Chaudière-Appalaches region in the Regional County Municipality of Montmagny. Haute-Chaudière Wind Project: 120 MW in partnership with the Regional County Municipality of Granit located in the Eastern Townships region. Stephane Desdunes, Vice President Development Canada and Northeastern U.S. at EDF Renewables, said, "EDF Renewables is proud to further its development efforts in Quebec by continuing to work in partnership with the local community to propose innovative and promising projects for the host communities and for Quebec as a whole. We are convinced that the success of projects depends first and foremost on collaboration with the host communities and we are proud to continue our work in this sense." He adds, "The three projects won will have a positive impact by creating more than 600 jobs during the construction phase and by generating more than $3.2 million annually for the local community during the years of operation. Hydro-Québecs participation in the Madawaska wind project partnership is a concrete demonstration of the importance the government places on the energy transition in Quebec." Mathieu Johnson, Vice President, Strategies, Evolution and Development at Hydro-Québec, commented, "Today wind power is a competitive energy source that offers interesting synergies with our hydroelectric fleet and with Quebecs needs. This is why we accepted the invitation from the Alliance de lénergie de lEst and EDF Renewables to participate United States

AES El Salvador recieves a recognition for building the first 100% smart grid in Central America

Recently, AES El Salvador was granted by the Australian company NOJA Power and its local representative REIMSA, for being a pioneer in building and operating the first 100% smart grid in Central America. This award shows the AES commitment to promote innovation in the Salvadoran electricity sector, for the benefit of its customers. "We congratulate AES El Salvador for successfully implementing its new Smart Grid project, which is very important for the reliability of electricity in El Salvador", said Neil OSullivan, Director of NOJA Power. AES invested US$ 300,000 in the construction of the SmartGrid, which is in the San Salvador metropolitan area. AES El Salvador highlighted that during the next few years, through its facilities, it will allocate US$ 3.3 million in the development and operation of 12 new smart grid projects in different parts of the country. "We are applying state-of-the-art technology in the energy distribution network to provide our customers with a reliable electric service and allow them to make better use of energy. We hope to continue expanding coverage with this type of technology in more areas of the country and continue accelerating the future of energy in El Salvador", said Daniel Bernardez, Operations VP of AES El Salvador. The REIMSA Director, Carlos Herrera, highlighted: "The construction and operation of the first smart grid in Central America by AES El Salvador, as part of a larger plan of modernization and automation of its networks, clearly shows a strategic conception of advanced and remarkable excellence in the quality of its engineering, which will produce a great benefit to its customers and a greater prestige than this thriving company already has". Smart grid benefits: These are some of the benefits that can be achieved thanks to the improvement of the smart grid: Fault prevention: it contributes to the predictive detection of faults in the distribution network equipment, allowing to provide timely maintenance. Agility in service: it automatically locates the source of faults, allowing them to be isolated and attended remotely, thus guaranteeing service continuity. 24/7 service optimization: the connected equipment sends real-time information on its status and operation to ensure optimal and safe energy delivery. Increased safety: if a hazardous condition occurs, it is aut El Salvador

Govt to build 2,000MW nuclear power plant

President Museveni yesterday witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the ministry of Energy and a South Korean company to construct a 2,000 MW nuclear power plant in Uganda. Speaking at the African Nuclear Business Platform in Kampala, the President said nuclear power will provide a reliable and sustainable power supply to boost social-economic development in the country. The nuclear project comes at a critical time when nations are dealing with how to ensure energy security for social economic development. Uganda has abundant power resources distributed in different parts of the country but there is a need for more partnerships to explore the new technologies in the sector, Mr Museveni said. He also explained that the changing weather patterns mean that hydropower is no longer very reliable. In 2005, Uganda experienced a severe drought that affected the hydrology of the River Nile, which affected the electricity generation from the Owen falls dam, as a result, we resorted to the expensive fossil powered plants, Mr Museveni said. This prompted me to direct the ministry of energy to diversify the energy mix to develop all the available energy resources including nuclear energy, he added. The President revealed that even if Ugandas hydro, biomass, geothermal and other power sources are fully harnessed, they cannot reach the countrys energy needs which is estimated at 10,000MW. We shall soon be generating about 2,100MW of hydro power, but this very little if it was not for the use of biomass and solar energy, he added. The nuclear power plant to be built by Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Company Limited is to be set up in Buyende District, eastern Uganda, at an estimated cost of $9b. Speaking at the same ceremony, the Prime Minister, Ms Robinah Nabbanja, said: The nuclear energy is one of the options to enable Uganda to achieve the global goal of universal access to electricity for all. The government concluded the feasibility studies for introducing nuclear power in the electricity generation mix in 2019 and the government is committed to enhance the legal and institutional framework for nuclear energy to strengthen the energy sector, she added. The State Minister for Energy and Mineral Development, Mr Sindronius Opolot, said at least 20 Ugandans graduated in the nuclear energy sector from co Uganda

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