Global Wind Service Completes Installation of Harvest Ridge Wind Farm

This week, Global Wind Service finished installation at Harvest Ridge Wind Farm in Douglas County, Illinois. Vestas  contracted wind turbine installation and service company Global Wind Service (GWS) to deliver crane and installation for the project. The C&I scope awarded included unload, pre-assembly, erection, and mechanical completion of all turbines at site as well as delivery of all needed cranes and machinery for the work.

RETTEW Joins with SolMare to Construct  Floating Solar Array

RETTEW has signed a contract with SolMare, LLC for the construction of one of the nation’s largest floating solar arrays for Clayton Sand Company in Jackson Township, N.J. SolMare, LLC will own and operate a 3.2MWdc floating solar array at Clayton Sand Company’s sand mining facility, providing all power needs through New Jersey’s Net Metering program. This is the second floating solar array to be officially announced in New Jersey by RETTEW, following their successful project in the Borough of Sayreville (4.4MWdc).

Nature Energy Enters Into Biogas Deal with Shell

Nature Energy and Shell have entered into a major agreement whereby Nature Energy will sell biogas to Shell Energy Europe Limited. The agreement is, to date, the largest of its kind in the world and proves that biogas is an important part of green conversion throughout Europe.

Digitalisation in the Solar Sector: An interview with Constantinos Peonides of Alectris

Constantinos Peonides is Head of Business Development at Alectris, a company that delivers asset care innovation for the global solar industry, utilising an integrated suite of operations, maintenance and asset management services, award-winning software and retrofit technologies. REM talked to Constantinos concerning topics such as what is happening with technology in the solar sector right now, the main potential benefits to be gained from digitalisation and what the main challenges are facing those engaged in this process.

Bruselas destina 1.000 millones de euros a financiar proyectos innovadores en tecnologías limpias

La Comisión Europea ha puesto en marcha hoy la primera convocatoria de propuestas del Fondo de Innovación –uno de los mayores programas mundiales de demostración de tecnologías innovadoras con baja emisión de carbono– para financiar proyectos vanguardistas de tecnologías limpias (renovables, almacenamiento, hidrógeno…), con el fin de ayudarles a superar los riesgos vinculados a la comercialización y a llegar a la gran industria cuanto antes.