International Renewable Energy Development

22 December by Tom Wolsey


It's all about the International Renewable Energy markets and ALLEN & YORK have expanded their International Team to meet the recruitment demand.

Here's a mini-round-up of the recent international developments, courtesy of our media partners reNEWS

Enercon teams up with EWE
German turbine manufacturer Enercon and energy services provider EWE are to form a joint venture to work together on renewable energy and smart grid projects.  The JV has yet to be founded but the first stage of the collaboration is to supply Aurich with locally generated renewable energy.

Minesto secure €5.1m of funding from EU
Swedish tidal developer Minesto has secured €5.1m of funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 R&D programme to develop its PowerKite technology. The company will team up with utility Laborelec and others in a 30-month campaign to improve performance.

US wind tops 70GW
Installed wind power capacity in the USA passed the 70GW mark in November, according to the American Wind Energy Association.  AWEA said there are currently over 50,000 operating wind turbines in the country, at more than 980 utility-scale wind farms across 40 states and Puerto Rico

European Energy adds 50MW in DK
European Energy together with an unnamed partner has built several large-scale solar plants located at Vandel in Denmark totalling 50.4MW. All plants have been connected to the grid and have secured a base feed-in-tariff for the electricity exported to the grid.

AW Energy does Mexican wave
Wave energy developer AW Energy and Mexican renewables company ENAL have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop, design and deploy a 10MW wave farm of the Pacific coast of Mexico.

ALLEN & YORK will be attending the Mexico Wind Power Conference 2016 on 25-25 February.
To join us / book a meeting, please email Oscar Castro, Recruitment Consultant LATAM Energy Generation