14/10/2016 - 08:55

A world-leading project combining solar, wind and battery storage will be built near Hughenden in North Queensland, delivering renewable energy on demand.

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has committed up to $18 million in recoupable grant funding for a Windlab and Eurus Energy joint venture to build the first $120 million phase of Kennedy Energy Park, consisting of 19.2 MW (AC) solar photovoltaic (PV), 21.6 MW wind and 2 MW/4 MWh battery storage. 

29/08/2016 - 17:02

Nairobi, Kenya; 22 August 2016: Meru County Governor Peter Munya has concluded a contract with Windlab to develop a large-scale wind farm in the Kenyan County.

In line with the County's investment mandate, renewable energy is a critical component to provide electricity to the County and the Kenya National Grid.

"The development, construction and operation of a large scale renewable energy project within the County will bring employment, energy security and expertise to the region," said the Governor at the signing of the development agreement.

27/07/2016 - 10:23

Hughenden, Queensland; 25 July 2016: Construction of the first stage of Kennedy Energy Park (Kennedy) will commence early in 2017 having received development approval last week. Kennedy is an innovative world leading wind, solar and storage hybrid energy solution comprising of 30MW of Wind, 20 MW of Solar and 2MW of Li ion battery storage. All co-located with one connection point, the project will be the one of the first grid connected wind, solar and storage hybrids in the world.

14/06/2016 - 10:08

June 13 (SeeNews) - Canadian green power projects developer BluEarth Renewables Inc on Friday announced the official inauguration of its 29.2-MW Bull Creek wind park in Alberta, western Canada.

The facility near Provost consists of 17 General Electric (GE) wind turbines that can generate enough power to supply some 10,000 average Alberta homes per year. Their output is being sold to nearly 500 schools in the province, including 25 local school boards under contracts signed with the assistance of the Alberta Schools Commodities Purchasing Consortium (CPC).