Invenergy and GE Renewable Energy, have announced commercial operations for the 998 MW Traverse Wind Energy Center, the largest wind farm constructed in a single phase in North America. Located in north central Oklahoma, Traverse joins the operational 199 MW Sundance Wind Energy Center and the 287 MW Maverick Wind Energy Center, as the last of three projects developed by Invenergy for American Electric Power (AEP) to reach commercial operation. These projects make up the North Central Energy Facilities and have 531 GE turbines with a combined capacity of 1,484 MW.
Harnessing Offshore Wind: Progress, challenges and outlook
It has been more than seven years since the National Offshore Wind Energy Policy was green-flagged by the Government of India, with the notion that the segment will contribute to the growing momentum of wind […]
IOCL requests for consultants for 2.25 MW solar project
The Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) has requested bids from consultants to provide project management consultancy services for the installation of a 2.25 MW grid-connected ground-mounted solar power project at its liquefied petroleum gas bottling […]
SECI records over 59 per cent jump in renewable energy trading volume during 2022-23
Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI) has traded over 35 BU, a jump of over 59 per cent in its renewable energy power trading volume during 2022-23. Likewise, the revenue from power trading has […]