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ABO Wind, Tricera to add 25 MWh of battery storage in Germany
German renewable energy developer ABO Wind AG and battery storage expert Tricera Energy GmbH have joined forces to install three battery storage systems in Germany, with an aggregate capacity exceeding 25 MWh.
Jun 13, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, Germany, Europe, ABO Wind, Tricera
Rolls-Royce, ABO Wind launch solar with battery project in Bavaria
Rolls-Royce Holdings (LON: RR) as well as German renewables developer ABO Wind AG (ETR: AB9) have actually commissioned a crossbreed solar as well as battery nuclear power plant in Bavaria, Germany, capable of producing 10,000 MWh a year.
May 29, 2023 // Plants, Storage, ABO Wind, Bavaria, Rolls-Royce
ABO Wind raises 2022 net profit 78%.
German renewables programmer ABO Wind AG (ETR: AB9) booked a net profit of EUR 24.6 million (USD 26.41 m) for 2022, which is close to the upper end of its forecast that was boosted previously this year.
Mar 15, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, ABO Wind
ABO Wind markets 250 MW of wind, solar projects in Spain to Repsol
Spanish multi-energy team Repsol SA (BME: REP) has actually struck an agreement with German renewables programmer ABO Wind AG (ETR: AB9) to acquire a 250-MW portfolio of wind as well as solar projects in Spain, both companies stated on Tuesday.
Feb 28, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Spain, Europe, repsol, solar projects, ABO Wind
ABO Wind offers 200MW South Africa solar
Buyer SOLA Group has actually already executed a PPA for the sites with mine driver Tronox
Sep 15, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Africa, South Africa, ABO Wind, Robert Wagener
ABO Wind offloads 50MW Northern Ireland battery
Project marketed to the power storage space fund of the Swiss fund manager SUSI Partners
Oct 5, 2021 // Storage, UK, Europe, ABO Wind, Julia Badeda
New reduced solar price in Greece but capability fails once again as parliament passes EUR100m EV subsidy plan
The rate tariff agreed by German business ABO Wind for two 10 MW solar projects in Igoumenitsa was available in a tender which alloted just 142 MW of generation ability, well except the hoped-for 482 MW. It is really hoped a slimline licensing process, to be used in the next purchase round, will address the problem.
Jul 29, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, Tariffs, Greece, tender, Europe, ABO Wind, Kostas Karamanlis