Iberdrola, a Spanish electric utility company, has acquired the rights to the Mount James wind farm in Queensland, Australia. The wind energy project covers more than 50,000 hectares of land and has completed its environmental studies. Reportedly, Mount James, in north Queensland, is the world’s largest onshore wind farm, with a capacity of 1 GW. The financial details of the deal have not been dis closed by either company.
Infinite Green Energy selects Technip Energies for FEED on 10 MW green hydorgen project in Australia
Infinite Green Energy selected Technip Energies for a green hydrogen manufacturing project in Australia. Technip Energies will execute front-end engineering design (FEED) for the MEG-HP1 Early Production Facility, a 10 MW green hydrogen production project […]
Iberdrola begins construction of 476 MW offshore wind farm in Baltic Sea
The German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency has granted Iberdrola approval to build Baltic Eagle, the Baltic Sea’s largest offshore wind farm. With a capacity of 476 MW, Baltic Eagle will be able to generate […]
Hitachi and Aibel to supply HVDC systems for an offshore wind farm
Ørsted has given contracts to Hitachi Energy of Switzerland and Aibel of Norway to connect the 2.85GW Hornsea 3 offshore wind project to the UK power grid. Hitachi Energy will supply two high-voltage direct-current (HVDC) […]