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aus den USA..damit in Q2 schon fast 3mal so viel wie in Q1....im MAi allein rund 870 MW...also, wenn das keine zunahme an aufträgen ist.... ferner: ich könnte mir vorstellen, dass bei einzelnen aufträgen jetzt länger verhandelt wird....vestas kann höhere preise durchsetzen
COLCHESTER, VT - June 7, 2011 (Investorideas.com renewable energy/green newswire) - Green Mountain Power today announced that it has selected a turbine for its renewable wind project in Lowell that is 20 percent more efficient and will lower the expected cost of power from the project for GMP customers and Vermont Electric Cooperative members. With the Vestas V112 three megawatt turbine, the forecasted energy of the facility will increase, providing power to more homes and businesses at a lower cost than earlier projections.
"We are tremendously pleased that we have been able to make this renewable energy project even more affordable for our customers and VEC members," said Mary Powell, president and chief executive officer of Green Mountain Power. "With energy costs increasing, we are committed to ensuring that this project provides stable and cost-effective power to Vermonters. The increased production of the Vestas V112 3.0 also means a larger education tax fund payment, as well as higher payments to the Good Neighbor Fund."
The turbine choice was identified in a filing Green Mountain Power made today with the Vermont Public Service Board of several of the documents required before construction of the project can begin. As anticipated, the Public Service Board order included a number of conditions that must be met, including final selection of the turbines and the site plan among them.
As a result of the increased efficiency of the V112 3.0 turbine, the project's levelized energy costs will decrease from a projected 10.3 cents per kWh, an attractive price for a renewable project, to a projected 9.2 cents per kWh, well below the price for similar renewable projects.
The renewable energy project will generate enough electricity for 24,000 homes, and is expected to provide eight percent of all the electricity GMP customers use and four percent of the electricity VEC members use.
"Choosing the Vestas turbine is a major step in our ability to provide cost-effective power for decades to come and bring significant economic benefits to the Northeast Kingdom," said Ms. Powell.
Kingdom Community Wind (KCW) is a 63 MW utility-owned wind project to be built in Lowell, Vermont. The Vermont Public Service Board recently granted a certificate of public good to Green Mountain Power, paving the way for construction to begin in August. The energy generated at KCW will supply Green Mountain Power customers and Vermont Electric Coop. members with the lowest cost premium renewable energy available to both utilities. In addition to providing clean, local and stably-priced power to Vermonters, KCW will help the State meet its aggressive renewable energy goals.
Vestas is more than a century old. Founded in 1898 in Denmark, the company began developing wind turbines in the 1970s in response to the oil crisis. Vestas Americas is headquartered in Portland, Oregon and produces towers, nacelles and blade in Colorado. Other Vestas turbines in the northeast include those installed at Kibby Mountain in Maine, which utilizes the Vestas V90 3.0, and the Granite Reliable project in New Hampshire, which is under construction.
Vestas has received an order for 17 units of the V100-1.8 MW wind turbine for the Eppodum Venran Wind Farm project in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The order has been placed by Beta Wind Farm Pvt. Ltd, which is a 100 per cent subsidiary of Orient Green Power Company Limited (OGPL).
OGPL currently operates 152.6 MW of wind power and is planning to add another 300 MW in 2011. This 31 MW wind farm in Tamil Nadu is Orient’s second project with Vestas. Last year, Vestas received its first order from Orient for the Vellappaneri Wind Farm project, also located in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The contract comprises supply and commissioning of the turbines, a VestasOnline® Business SCADA system as well as a 10-year service and maintenance agreement. Delivery is scheduled to start during the fourth quarter of 2011, and the project will be completed during the first quarter of 2012.
Randers, 20 June 2011 Company announcement No. 27/2011
Vestas receives 78 MW order in Sweden
Vestas has received a firm and unconditional order for 30 units of the new V100-2.6 MW turbine.
Additional information about the project:
Customer: Sjisjka Vind AB. Project name: Sjisjka wind park. Location/Country: Gällivare, Sweden. Number of MW: 78 MW. Number of turbines/turbine type: 30 x V100-2.6 MW. Contract type: Supply and installation. Contract scope: The contract includes supply, installation and commissioning of the turbines, a VestasOnline® Business SCADA system and a five-year Active Operational Management (AOM) 5000 service agreement. Time of delivery: Commissioning is planned for the summer and autumn of 2012 with handover completed during the first part of the fourth quarter 2012.
Contact details: Vestas Wind Systems A/S, Denmark Peter Kruse, Senior Vice President, Group Communications Tel.: +45 9730 0000
Vestas Northern Europe, Sweden Klaus Steen Mortensen, President Tel.: +46 40 37 67 00
A news release from Vestas Northern Europe regarding the above-mentioned order will also be published on vestas.com under ?News?.
Randers (BoerseGo.de) - Vestas Wind Systems und EDF Energies Nouvelles haben eine Rahmenvereinbarung zur Lieferung von Windturbinen in den Jahren 2012 bis 2014 abgeschlosen. Die Gesamtleistung der Turbinen könnte dabei mehr als 1.000 Megawatt betragen, teilte Vestas am Donnerstagabend mit. Damit sichert sich EDF Energies Nouvelles einen beträchtlichen Teil ihrer Turbinen-Nachfrage für europäische und US-amerikanische Projekte. Finanzielle Details werden nicht genannt.
Vestas receives 60 MW order in Brazil Vestas has received a firm and unconditional order for 60 MW for projects in Brazil. Randers, Denmark, 2011-07-01 13:55 CEST (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Additional information about the projects: Customer: Atlantic Energias Renováveis S.A. Project name: Renascenca V and Eurus II Location/Country: Rio Grande du Norte, Brazil Number of MW: 60 MW Number of turbines/turbine type: 30 x V100-2.0 MW turbines Contract type: Supply-and-Installation Contract scope: The contract includes supply, installation and commissioning of the turbines, a VestasOnline® Business SCADA system and a five-year service and maintenance agreement with the Active Output Management package, AOM 5000. Time of delivery: Delivery of the turbines is scheduled to start in Q4 2012, with completion estimated for Q3 2013.
: Sehet euch vor, vor diesen Milliardärsknechten!
Kaum gibt es unleugbare Erfolge zu berichten, steht auch schon der nächste Milllärdärsknecht bereit, alles nieder zu machen. Diesmal die Ing. Gestern die UBS, heute die Ing und morgen wohl die Deutsche Bank. Aber ich glaube, so langsam durchschaut ihr das Spiel.
bisher schon 1004 MW.....das läuft doch ganz gut....vor allem das USA-Geschäft....sollte die 80dkk unterstützung stabilisieren....es fehlen zur jahresprognose noch rund 1,8 GW..bin sicher, dass das klappt
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