[Ørsted is developing 400MW of new solar power in Ireland] Irish energy developer Terra Solar has partnered with Danish renewable energy company Ørsted to develop a new portfolio of 400MW solar power projects in Ireland. While the companies did not specify where in Ireland the projects would be built, Ørsted noted that they are expected to come online by 2030. The company also noted that it still needs to make some decisions about the portfolio, including how and to whom it will build to sell power. Following the signing of two separate agreements with Terra Solar in recent years, the company will increase its Irish solar project portfolio to 600MW with this transaction. In August 2022, Ørsted acquired Terra Solar's 65MW Ballinrea project in Cork City, which is expected to come online in 2025. In March this year, Ørsted also acquired Terra Solar's 160MW Garrenleen project, which will become commercially operational in two phases, with Ørsted looking to expand its footprint into the Irish solar industry, with one to take place in 2025 and the other in 2026. Editor/Xu Shengpeng
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  • 2023.12.04 17:17
  • [Two departments regulate pumped storage power plants]
  • On December 1, the National Development and Reform Commission, the National Energy Administration issued the "Pumped storage power station development and construction Management Interim measures (draft for comments)" pointed out that the National Energy Administration under the guidance of the National Development and Reform Commission, the development of pumped storage medium and long-term development planning, proposed development goals, main tasks, project layout, construction timing, safeguard measures, etc., to guide the development of pumped storage. The key implementation projects of each five-year planning period proposed in the medium - and long-term development plan are the basic basis for the approval of pumped storage projects in all provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities). Editor/Xu Shengpeng
  • 2023.12.04 17:17
  • [Section right in the new energy base of one million kilowatts]
  • On November 30, the new energy base of Inner Mongolia Energy Department was approved. The project owner is Inner Mongolia Moneng Ke Youzhong Energy Co., LTD., the construction site is located in the territory of Keyouzhong Banner, the construction scale of 1 million kilowatts of wind power, the total investment of 4.5 billion yuan, is planned to be completed and put into operation by the end of 2025, after putting into operation, the annual power generation will reach 2,763 million KWH, saving 853,700 tons of standard coal and reducing 2,331,800 tons of carbon dioxide. Editor/Xu Shengpeng