Megger raises $20,300 for Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation

Megger, a manufacturer of portable electrical testing equipment, recently held its 17th annual Megger Distributor Golf Event, raising $20,300 for Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation. The event, held every year at Ahwatukee Country Club in Phoenix, Arizona, is organized in honor of 21-year old cancer graduate Tyler Danner, who is a senior at Northern Arizona University. “We

Moventas celebrates its gearbox factory expansion in Finland

  Moventas says its factory expansion on wind-turbine gearbox assembly and testing capacity in Jyväskylä, Finland, is proceeding well. The topping out ceremony was celebrated in January, with municipally owned real estate company, Jykia Oy (formerly known as Jykes Kiinteistöt Oy). The factory expansion was announced a year ago, and it will enable Moventas to

Saft joins forces with European partners to develop a battery of the future

Saft is building an Alliance with other European partners to launch research, development and industrialization for new generations of batteries focusing on high-density Li-ion and solid-state technology. The program addresses all market segments, such as electro-mobility (such as EV, e-bus, railway, marine, and aviation), energy storage (ESS) and specialty industries. These new generation batteries will

Senvion wins EPC project from ReNew Power

Senvion, a manufacturer of wind turbines, has been awarded a 101,2-MW project from ReNew Power – one of India’s clean energy companies. “ReNew’s contract award demonstrates both Senvion’s technological leadership as well as our rigorous geographic expansion,” said Jürgen Geissinger, CEO of Senvion.  Entering the high volume Indian market proves that we offer the right solutions

Pattern Energy pilots Uptake’s predictive analytics software

Uptake, a developer of industrial data science and artificial intelligence (AI) software, announced that Pattern Energy Group Inc. will pilot Uptake’s wind software. Pattern Energy, a wind operator in the U.S., will pilot the predictive analytics software at its Logan’s Gap Wind farm in Comanche County, Texas. The site’s 87 turbines have 200 MW of

CGE Energy applauds reinstatement of the Small Wind Investment Tax Credit

CGE Energy an engineer of no capital cost energy solutions applauds the reinstatement of the Small Wind Investment Tax Credit (ITC). CGE Energy’s patented WIND•e20 vertical axis wind turbine is in the small wind turbine space, and the extension of the ITC expedites its market adoption. Signed into law on February 12th, 2018, Congress passed new bipartisan legislation, the Bipartisan

Vestas secures 50-MW, American-made wind turbine order

Vestas has received an order for 50 MW of its V136-3.45 MW turbines, delivered in 3.6-MW Power Optimized Mode. The order adds to the more than 900 MW of announced V136-3.45 MW orders in the U.S. since Vestas received its first order for the turbine in October 2017. The turbines will be manufactured at Vestas’

AMSC announces $10 million in D-VAR System orders for dynamic voltage regulation

AMSC, a global energy solutions provider serving wind and power-grid industry leaders, has announced three new D-VAR STATCOM system orders valued at over $10 million. Two of the orders serve the renewable energy sector and are expected to be used to connect wind-power plants to the electric grid, as well as to provide voltage regulation by responding

PG&E hits California’s 2020 renewable energy goal

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has reached California’s 2020 renewable energy goal three years ahead of schedule, and now delivers nearly 80% of its electricity from greenhouse-gas (GHG) free resources. The company announced that 33% of its electricity came from renewable resources including wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, and small hydroelectric sources in 2017. Additionally,

ENGIE North America acquires Infinity Renewables

ENGIE North America Inc. announced that it has acquired Infinity Renewables, a developer of utility-scale wind projects in the United States. The acquisition includes more than 8,000 MW of projects in various stages of development. Corporations in the U.S. are increasingly seeking clean energy sources of power, both utility-scale and decentralized, as well as services