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23 November 2022

Renewables orders this week

Redwood Materials has signed a deal with Panasonic to supply its Kansas plant with cathode material and copper foil.

General Motors has secured a raw materials supply deal with Vale Canada for the provision of nickel sulphate.

EDF Renewables UK & Ireland has proposed the development of a 114MW battery energy storage system between Dunsten and Swainsthorpe in the UK.

 

Gotion, subsidiary of the Chinese Gotion High-Tech is going to build Vietnam’s first LFP battery factory partnering with VinES, Vingroup’s energy storage-focused subsidiary.

 

General Motors has said that it will reduce its battery production costs to $70/kWh by “mid to late decade” that will be helped in part through increased development at its plants in the US and subsidy from the inflation reduction act (IRA).

 

Vestas has received a 178MW order to power an undisclosed USA project. The order consists of 23 V150-4.5MW turbines, 14 V150-4.2MW and 4 V136-3.45. Turbine delivery will begin in Q3 23, with commissioning scheduled for Q4 23.

Apex Clean Energy has chosen Vestas as a wind turbine supplier for the 300MW Goose Creek Wind Project in Illinois, USA. The order consists of 50 V162-6.2MW turbines. Delivery will begin in the Q3 23 with commissioning scheduled for the Q4 23.

Vestas has secured a 21 MW order with WPD AG in Taiwan that includes 5 V117-4.2MW turbines as part of two wind projects. Turbine delivery will begin in Q3 23, with commissioning scheduled for Q4 23.

Nordex Group has received an order from Poland for the supply and installation of 10 wind turbines. The customer is Wind Farm Lada, a subsidiary of RE Alloys. Delivery and installation work is due to start in autumn 2023 and the turbines are due to start operation at the beginning of 2024.