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Sep 24, 2020

Goldwind installs 1st turbines at 200-MW Canadian project

September 22 (Renewables Now) – Goldwind Americas has installed the first turbines at the 200-MW Canada’s Golden South wind project in Saskatchewan, developed by Potentia Renewables Inc.
The unit of Chinese wind turbine maker Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology (HKG:2208) shared the news on Facebook last week.

Once complete, the wind park will consist of 50 4.2-MW turbines supplied by Goldwind. With rotors at 136 and 155 metres (446-508 ft), the turbines have some of the biggest blades ever transported in North America, according to Goldwind.

The deal for Goldwind to equip the wind park was announced in August 2019. The wind farm is expected to generate about 900,000 MWh of electricity per year, saving more than 500,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

Nautilus Solar Energy and Veolia North America Bring Their Combined Expertise to Develop Solar Power to Benefit Thousands of Public Housing Residents

Nautilus Solar Energy and Veolia North America Bring Their Combined Expertise to Develop Solar Power to Benefit Thousands of Public Housing Residents

PROVIDENCE, R.I.(October 13, 2021) – Two New England leaders in the development of sustainable energy solutions — Nautilus Solar Energy (Nautilus) and Veolia North America (VNA) — are joining forces to support members of the Public Housing Association of Rhode Island...

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