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Enbridge Gas, OWMA Announce RNG Pilot Agreement (Ind. Report)
Enbridge Gas,
Date: 2022-04-25
Toronto-headquartered Enbridge Gas Inc., in agreement with the Ontario Waste Management Association (OMWA), is reporting a pilot project to use carbon-neutral renewable natural gas (RNG) in waste collection vehicles across Ontario.

Currently, over 40 pct of the province's waste collection sector expenditures are related to transportation costs, which are expected to increase. The province's fleet of 3,650 waste collection and haulage vehicles consume about 130 million lpy of diesel.

The RNG trial will enable existing Ontario gas-fueled waste vehicles to reduce GHG emissions by as much as 440,000 metric tpy -- equivalent to removing 100,000 passenger cars off the road each year. (Source: Enbridge Gas, PR, April, 2022) Contact: Enbridge Gas, Inc., Malini Giridhar, VP Business Development, Regulatory, Enbridge Gas Inc., www.enbridgegas.com

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Waste Connections Canada Plans Ontario RNG Facility (Ind. Report)
Waste Connections Canada
Date: 2022-04-13
In Ontario, Canada, Vaughn-based Waste Connections of Canada reports it plans to invest more than $50 million (Cdn) to construct a new RNG facility at the Waste Connections Ridge Landfill in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent. The RNG will be delivered through Enbridge Gas's local natural gas distribution system to homes and businesses.

The project, which is expected to reduce GHG emissions by 110,000 tpy, will generate sufficient green energy to heat over 18,000 Ontario homes per. (Source: Waste Connections of Canada, PR, Website, April, 2022) Contact: Waste Connections of Canada, www.wasteconnectionscanada.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News RNG,  Enbridge Gas,  


Clean Energy Fuels CNG to Fuel Ontario UPS Fleet (Ind. Report)
Clean Energy Fuels, Enbridge
Date: 2022-02-14
Newport Beach, California-headquartered Clean Energy Fuels Corp. and Enbridge Gas Inc. affiliate Union Energy Solutions Limited Partnership are reporting a multi-year agreement to fuel UPS Canada delivery vehicles in London, Ontario with CNG.

UPS Canada has converted 25 package delivery vans to operate on CNG. The Clean Energy-operated CNG fueling station, located near the UPS facility in London, will provide an anticipated 525,000 gasoline gallon equivalent. The use of CNG will reduce 700 metric tpy of greenhouse gas emissions -- the equivalent of planting 11,667 trees, removing 152 cars from the road, and recycling 281 tons of landfill waste, according to the release.

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. is the country's largest provider of the cleanest fuel for the transportation market with a network of fueling stations across the U.S. and Canada. Union Energy Solutions Limited Partnership (UES) is an unregulated affiliate of Enbridge Gas Inc.. The company is focused on various clean energy business initiatives in Ontario, Canada. (Source: Clean Energy Fuels, PR. 9 Feb., 2022) Contact: Clean Energy Fuels, Raleigh Gerber, 949-437-1397, raleigh.gerber@cleanenergyfuels.com,www.cleanenergyfuels.com; Union Energy Solutions, enbridgegasmedia@enbridge.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Clean Energy Fuels,  Enbridge,  CNG,  


Clean Energy Fuels, Enbridge Partner on CNG for Ontario UPS Fleet (Ind. Report)
Clean Energy Fuels, Enbridge
Date: 2022-02-13
Newport Beach, California-headquartered Clean Energy Fuels Corp. and Enbridge Gas Inc.'s Texas-based affiliate Union Energy Solutions Limited Partnership are reporting a multi-year agreement to fuel United Parcel Service (UPS) Canada delivery fleet with compressed natural gas (CNG) at its London, Ontario station.

UPS Canada has converted 25 package delivery vans to operate on CNG. The Clean Energy-operated CNG fueling station, located near the UPS facility in London, will provide an anticipated 2,000,000 litres (525,000 gasoline gallon equivalent. The use of CNG will reduce 700 metric tpy of greenhouse gas emissions -- the equivalent of planting 11,667 trees, removing 152 cars from the road, and recycling 281 tons of landfill waste.

Clean Energy Fuels Corp. is the country’s largest provider of the cleanest fuel for the transportation market with a network of fueling stations across the U.S. and Canada. Union Energy Solutions Limited Partnership (UES) is an unregulated affiliate of Enbridge Gas Inc., an Enbridge Company – that focuses on various clean energy business initiatives in the Province of Ontario, Canada. (Source: Clean Energy Fuels, PR. 9 Feb., 2022) Contact: Clean Energy Fuels, Raleigh Gerber, 949-437-1397, raleigh.gerber@cleanenergyfuels.com, [www.cleanenergyfuels.com[endlink]; Union Energy Solutions, 817-689-0520, startlink]www.unionenergysolutions.com[endlink] [

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CUTRIC Compares RNG, CNG, Diesel Bus Fuels (Alt, Fuels Report)
Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium
Date: 2022-01-28
In partnership with Enbridge Gas, the Toronto-headquartered Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC) has launched three holistic studies comparing buses powered with renewable natural gas (RNG), compressed natural gas (CNG), and diesel fuel.

Conducted separately for Calgary Transit, Orange County Transportation Authority, and TransLink, these four-month projects analyze factors ranging from fuel usage and vehicle maintenance to the total cost of ownership and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions based on differing propulsion fuels in transit buses. Each project delivers a comprehensive review of existing CNG and RNG applications across Canadian and U.S. transit fleets, and determines total emissions based on transit fleet data from selected samples and average values.

"With thousands of RNG-fuelled buses already operating in transit fleets across the United States, CUTRIC's comparative analysis will determine whether RNG can quickly enable carbon-neutral mobility without sacrificing performance, reliability or range. The drive to eliminate emissions is rightly focused on the integration of new technologies, such as battery electric buses and hydrogen fuel-cell electric buses. RNG is often overlooked as another easily accessible, available and simple net-zero emissions alternative fuel for Canadian transit agencies today. Our study will show the extent to which RNG can support the drive-to-zero emissions today.

"RNG can play a vital role in reducing transit emissions by drastically reducing the cost and complexity of transitioning to zero emission buses It is interchangeable with the conventional natural gas used in existing and conventional CNG buses. It can be transported through existing pipeline systems to transit agency facilities using regular gas nomination and scheduling processes. With roughly 825 CNG buses on Canadian roads today, and with Canada's 10 operating RNG production facilities soon to be joined by another 230 that are in development, or under construction in Ontario alone, the technology is able to help displace diesel, one of the most carbon-intensive and costly fuels in the marketplace. "

CUTRIC is a socially responsible non-profit that spearheads, designs, and launches technology and commercialization projects that advance next-generation zero-carbon mobility and transportation solutions across Canada. It also develops low-cost simulation tools that help transit agencies predict how their electric buses, hydrogen fuel cell buses and autonomous smart vehicles will operate in real-time, according to the CUTRIC website. (Source: Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium, 26 Jan., 2022) Contact: CUTRIC, Josipa Petrunic, Pres.,, CEO, (437) 237-6384, www.cutric-crituc.org; Enbridge Gas, Malini Giridhar, VP Bus. Dev., www.enbridgegas.com

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Lehigh Cement, Enbridge to Advance CCUS in Alberta (Ind. Report)
Lehigh Cement, Enbridge
Date: 2022-01-26
On the Canadian prairies, Lehigh Cement, a division of Lehigh Hanson Materials Limited and Enbridge Inc. have announced a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate on North America's first full-scale carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) solution for the cement industry at Lehigh's plant in Edmonton , Alberta. The aim is to capture roughly 780,000 tpy of CO2. Captured emissions would be transported via pipeline and permanently sequestered by Enbridge. Subject to the award of carbon sequestration rights and regulatory approvals, the project could be in service as early as 2025.

With the support of Lehigh and Capital Power Corporation (Capital Power) with their local facilities, Enbridge will be applying to develop an open access carbon hub in the Wabamun area, west of Edmonton, Alberta, through the Government of Alberta's Request for Full Project Proposals process.

Combined, the emissions from Capital Power and Lehigh's planned carbon capture projects represent an opportunity to avoid nearly 4 million tonnes of atmospheric CO2 emissions. Once built, the Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub will be among the largest integrated CCUS projects in the world, according to the Enbridge release. (Source: Enbridge Inc. PR, 26 Jan., 2022) Contact: Lehigh Hanson, Jeff Sieg, 972-653-6011, jeff.sieg@lehighhanson.com; Enbridge Inc., 800-481-2804, www.enbridge.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Lehigh Cement news,   Enbridge news,  CCS news,  CCUS news,  Carbon Emissions news,  


Enbridge, Vanguard Announce RNG Partnership (Ind. Report)
Enbridge, Vanguard Renewables
Date: 2021-10-04
Boston-based food and dairy waste-to-energy project developer Vanguard Renewables and Calgary, Alberta-based Enbridge, Inc. a leading North American energy infrastructure company today announced a partnership whereby Enbridge will purchase upwards of 2 billion cubic fpy of renewable natural gas (RNG) from anaerobic digesters in which Vanguard Renewables will invest $200 million to build in the U.S. Northeast, Southeast, and Midwest. Enbridge will invest approximately $100 million in RNG upgrading equipment to convert the farm derived RNG into pipeline quality renewable natural gas and transport and market the gas to U.S. customers.

Vanguard Renewables builds, owns, and operates on-site farm anaerobic digestion facilities that process and store methane from food waste and manure into low-carbon organic fertilizer. (Source: Vanguard Renewables, Website PR, 28 Sept., 2021) Contact: Vanguard Renewables , John Hanselman, CEO, 781.371.4935, www. vanguardrenewables.com ; Enbridge, Bill Yardley, Exec. VP, Gas Transmission and Midstream, 519-619-0370 bill.yardlet@enbridge.com, www.enbridge.com

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Vanguard, Enbridge Announce RNG Partnership (Ind. Report)
Vanguard Renewables, Enbridge
Date: 2021-09-29
Wellesley, Mass.-based Vanguard Renewables and Calgary-headquartered North American energy infrastructure developer Enbridge, Inc. are reporting an agreement whereby Enbridge will purchase upwards of 2 billion cubic feet per year of renewable natural gas (RNG) from the anaerobic digesters that Vanguard Renewables will invest $200 million to build in the U.S. Northeast, Southeast, and Midwest.

Enbridge will invest roughly $100 million in upgrading equipment to convert the farm derived RNG into pipeline quality RNG and provide transportation and marketing services to market that gas to U.S. customers.

Vanguard Renewables builds, owns, and operates the farm-based anaerobic digestion facilities that sequester the methane from food waste and manure, produce clean energy and low-carbon organic fertilizer, and support regenerative agriculture by returning the food nutrients back to the soil. Host farmers receive cost savings and a new income stream.

In December 2020, Vanguard launched the Farm Powered Strategic Alliance alongside food industry leaders Dairy Farmers of America, Unilever, and Starbucks. The Alliance is committed to developing a circular solution for food waste reduction, recycling, and decarbonization of the manufacturing and supply chain. (Source: Vanguard Renewables, PR, The Daily Times, 28 Sept., 2021) Contact: Vanguard Renewables, John Hanselman, Founder and CEO, 781-232-7597, www.vanguardrenewables.com; Enbridge, Leanne McNaughton, Communications, 519-619-0370 leanne.mcnaughton@enbridge.com, www.enbridge.com

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Cross Carbon Announces Carbon Capture Partnership (Ind. Report)
Cross Carbon Ventures
Date: 2021-07-30
Vancouver-based Svante Inc., Calgary-headquartered Enbridge Inc., along with Greenwich, Conn.-based Cross River Infrastructure Partners LLC, and OTS Ltd., are reporting a MoU that establishes Cross Carbon Ventures (CCV), an independent carbon capture development partnership.

CCV will explore commercial opportunities in North America to develop Carbon Capture-as-a-Service that will build, own and operate carbon capture projects for heavy emitting industries including cement, steelmaking, petroleum refining, and large-scale hydrogen production through the development of point-source carbon capture projects. CCV will leverage Svante's innovative technology to capture carbon directly from industrial post-combustion flue gases to produce pipeline-grade CO2 for safe transportation and storage. (Source: Cross River, PR, 30 July, 2021) Contact: Svante Inc, www.svanteinc.com; Enbridge, www.enbridge.com; Crossriver Infrastructure, www.crossriverllc.com; OTS, www.otsl.ca

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Toronto Creating RNG From Green Bin Organic Waste (Ind. Report)
Toronto, Enbridge Gas
Date: 2021-07-26
In Ontario, the City of Toronto Solid Waste Management Services Division reports it has installed infrastructure at the Dufferin Solid Waste Management Facility that will allow it to create renewable natural gas (RNG) from Green Bin organics. The new equipment is designed and constructed and will be operated and maintained by Enbridge Gas Inc. The city will turn the raw biogas produced from processing Green Bin organics into RNG and inject it into the natural gas (NG) grid for City use.

The City has also identified potential landfill biogas opportunities at three other City waste facilities. All four sites combined would have the potential to produce sufficient gas to meet the City's entire natural gas needs annually (excluding City Agency, Boards and Commissions).

The City of 2.9 million residents currently consumes 50 million cubic metres of NG annually, and the City's Agencies, Boards and Commissions (ABCs) consume an additional 60 million cubic metres of NG annually, for a combined total consumption of 110 million cubic metres annually. Incorporating RNG into the mix will allow the City to create a low-carbon fuel blend that will be used to fuel City vehicles and heat City facilities. (Source: City of Toronto, PR, 29 July, 2021) Contact: City of Toronto Solid Waste Management Services Division , Matt Keliher, Dir., 416-392-2489, www.toronto.ca/city-government/accountability-operations-customer-service/city-administration/staff-directory-divisions-and-customer-service/solid-waste-management-services; Enbridge Gas Inc., www.enbridgegas.com

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Enbridge, Walker Ind., Comcor Partner on RNG Projects (Ind. Report)
Enbridge Inc
Date: 2021-05-03
Calgary-based Enbridge Inc., environmental waste management specialist Walker Industries and Cambridge, Ontario-based Comcor Environmental, are reporting a partnership to jointly develop renewable natural gas (RNG) projects . The partnership aims to transform landfill waste into carbon-neutral energy, which will be injected into local natural gas distribution networks across Canada, reducing the overall carbon emission of the gas supply used to heat homes, power businesses and fuel vehicle fleets.

The industry estimates over 33 Petajoules (PJ) of landfill derived RNG can be generated in Canada, potentially supplying energy to approximately 400,000 homes for a year. Canada has over 10,000 landfill sites, generating approximately 30 Megatonnes (Mt) of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) annually, accounting for 20 percent of national methane emissions, according to the release. (Source: Enbridge Inc., Website, PR, Greenlane, 28 Apr., 2021) Contact: Enbridge, Leanne McNaughton, Communications, 519-619-0370 leanne.mcnaughton@enbridge.com, www.enbridge.com; Comcor Environmental Limited, www.comor.com; Walker Industries, www.walkerind.com

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French Offshore Wind Farm Wins EIB Credit (Int'l. Report)
European Investment Bank
Date: 2021-03-26
The European Investment Bank (EIB) reports granting a €350 million line of credit to a consortium made up of EDF Renewables, Enbridge and wpd to co-finance construction of a planned €2 billion wind farm 10 km off the coast of Courseulles-sur-Mer, France.

The project will incorporate 64 Siemens Gamesa wind turbines totaling 450 MW and is expected to enter service in 2024. (Source: EIB, PR, NA Windpower, 24 Mar., 2021) Contact: EIB, www.eib.org

More Low-Carbon Energy News European Investment Bank,  wpd,  Enbridge,  EDF Renewables,  Offshore wind,  


Siemens Gamesa Confirms 448MW French Offshore Wind Order (Int'l.)
Siemens Gamesa
Date: 2021-02-22
Reporting from Madrid, Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa is confirming a firm order from a consortium of EDF Renewables, Enbridge and Wpd for 64 units of its SWT-7.0-154 direct drive offshore wind turbines for the 448MW Courseulles-sur-Mer (Calvados) offshore wind project 10km off the Bessin coast in northern France.

The total project cost is expected to come in at roughly €2 billion. (Source: Siemens Gamesa, PR, Website, Various Trade Pub, 22 Feb., 2022) Contact: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Andreas Nauen, CEO, www.siemensgamesa.com;EDF Renewables, Sandi Briner, 858-521-3525, www.edf-re.com; wdp Europe GmbH, Christian Schnibbe Head of Marketing & PR, +49 (421) 16866-10, +49 (421) 16866-10 -- fax, c.schnibbe@wpd.de, info@wdp.de, www.wpd.de

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Siemens Gamesa Confirms 448MW French Offshore Wind Order (Int'l.)
Siemens Gamesa
Date: 2021-02-22
Reporting from Madrid, wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa is confirming a firm order from a consortium of EDF Renewables, Enbridge and Wpd for 64 units of its SWT-7.0-154 direct drive offshore wind turbines for the 448MW Courseulles-sur-Mer (Calvados) offshore wind project 10km off the Bessin coast in northern France.

The total project cost is expected to come in at roughly €2 billion. (Source: Siemens Gamesa, PR, Website, Various Trade Pub, 22 Feb., 2022) Contact: Siemens Gamesa, Roberto Sabalza, CEO, www.siemensgamesa.com

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Enbridge Sets New Environmental, GHG Goals (Ind. Report)
Enbridge Inc
Date: 2020-11-09
Markham. Ontario-headquartered Enbridge Inc reports release of its expanded environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals and targets related to greenhouse gas emissions reduction, diversity and increasing transparency and accountability. The company's ESG goals include:
  • A new goal to achieve net zero GHG emissions by 2050; with an interim target to reduce GHG emissions intensity 35 pct by 2030;

  • Increased representation of diverse groups within our workforce by 2025 including acceleration of existing goals of 28 pct from Racial and Ethnic groups, along with new actions to enhance supplier diversity;

  • Further strengthening Board diversity with an increased goal of 40 pct representation of women and new goal of 20 pct of Racial and Ethnic groups by 2025;

  • Most transparency and reporting of safety and reliability targets that drive continuous improvement towards our goal of zero incidents, injuries and occupational illnesses, and implementation of robust cyber defense programs.

    The ESG goals support the company's strategic priorities to optimize its core energy delivery businesses and execute on the company's capital program with emphasis on modernization, technology and innovation. They also contribute to strengthening Enbridge's ability to capture new growth opportunities and adapt to a lower-carbon future over time, building on the Company's significant expansion into natural gas and rapidly growing renewables portfolio. (Source: Enbridge, AIT, Nov., 2020) Contact: Enbridge Inc., Al Monaco, Pres., CEO, (403) 231-3900, www.enbridge.com

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  • Ontario's Largest RNG Project Energy Board Approved (Ind. Report)
    Renewable Natural Gas,Enbridge
    Date: 2020-10-14
    In Toronto, the Ontario Energy Board has given the nod to a $42 million Niagara Falls Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) facility being developed by Enbridge and Walker Industries. When fully operational, the plant will be the largest of its kind in Ontario and generate sufficient renewable energy from landfill waste/biogas to heat 8,750 homes and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 48,000 tpy.

    The Ontario Energy Board has also approved an application from Enbridge to implement a pilot Voluntary Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Program in Ontario starting in 2021. Through the program, customers can choose to support the transition to clean energy through a small monthly contribution to purchase carbon-neutral renewable natural gas. During the first five years of the program, Enbridge Gas anticipates up to 28,000 customers could participate in the program.

    The Board notes "Encouraging investments and innovative clean, renewable energy programs are part of the Ontario government's Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help Canada meet its 2030 target." (Source: Ontario Energy Board, Government of Ontario, PR, 12 Oct., 2020)Contact: Ontario Energy Board, 416-314-2455, www.oeb.ca

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    Fecamp Offshore Wind Farm Construction Underway (Int'l Report)
    Eolien Maritime France
    Date: 2020-06-29
    Croydon UK-based global engineering firm Mott MacDonald is reporting construction on the 497 MW Fecamp offshore wind farm in the English channel 13 km northwest of the town of Fecamp, France is underway.

    The project will incorporate 71 Siemens Gamesa 154-7.0 MW direct drive wind turbines installed on gravity-based foundations. When fully operational in 2023, the wind farm is expected to generate sufficient energy for as many as 770,000 people annually.

    Mott MacDonald, technical advisor on the project on behalf of prospective lenders, provided a due diligence review of the project, identifying technical risks and working with the developer to find suitable mitigations Eolien Maritime France (EMF) , a consortium of EDF Renouvelables France and Enbridge, along with wpd are the owners of the wind farm. (Source: Mott MacDonald, PR, reve, 28 June, 2020) Contact: EDF Renewables, Manon de Cassini-Herail, +33 (0)1 40 90 48 22, manon.decassini-herail@edf-re.fr, www.edf-renewables.com; Enbridge, Mandy Dinning, (888)992-0997, John Whelen, EVP, CDO, www.enbridge.com; wpd AG, Alison Aguile, a.aguile@wpd.fr, www.wpd.fr

    More Low-Carbon Energy News EDF Renewables,  Enbridge,  Fecamp Offshore Wind,  Offshore Wind,  


    Silfab Solar to Manufacture Morgan Solar Panels (Ind. Report)
    Morgan Solar,Silfab Solar
    Date: 2020-06-19
    Toronto, Ontario-based Morgan Solar is reporting the sale of 13.6 MW of its innovative bifacial solar panels with SimbaX technology to Enbridge for installation at the 13-MW Alberta Solar One Inc. project in Burdett, Alberta. The panels will be manufactured by Mississauga, Ontario-headquartered Silfab Solar under an exclusive license agreement.

    Alberta Solar One Inc., a joint venture between Enbridge Inc. and Morgan Solar, is expected to be completed by 2021 and will be the first major deployment of Morgan Solar's SimbaX concentrated-PV technology which , according to the company, can be integrated into any standard silicon PV panel assembly and boosts PV module performance. (Source: Morgan Solar, PR, June, 2020) (Contact: Morgan Solar, Mike Andrade, CEO, (416) 203-1655, www.morgansolar.com; Silfab Solar, Paolo Maccario, CEO, (905) 255-2501, www.silfabsolar.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Silfab Solar,  Morgan Solar,  Solar Cell,  Solar Panel,  


    Fecamp Offshore Wind Farm Construction Uuderway (Int'l. Report)
    Enbridge, EDF Renewable
    Date: 2020-06-03
    Paris-based EDF Renewables, a subsidiary of the EDF Group, Enbridge Inc. and wind energy developer wpd AG are reporting the launch of the 500 MW, 71 Siemens Gamesa turbine equipped Fecamp offshore wind farm in northern France waters following the finalization of financing.

    Project commissioning is scheduled in 2023. When fully online the project is expected to generate sufficient power for 770,000 people. The project is estimated to cost €2 billion, the majority of which will be financed through non-recourse project level debt. The Fecamp offshore wind farm has a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) granted by the state in June 2018. (Source: Enbridge Inc., June, 2020) Contact: EDF Renewables, Manon de Cassini-Herail, +33 (0)1 40 90 48 22, manon.decassini-herail@edf-re.fr, www.edf-renewables.com; Enbridge, Mandy Dinning, (888)992-0997, John Whelen, EVP, CDO, www.enbridge.com; wpd AG, Alison Aguile, a.aguile@wpd.fr, www.wpd.fr

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Enbridge,  EDF Renewables,  wpd,  Offshore Wind,  


    Enbridge Offloading Partial Stake in Offshore Wind Projects (M&A)
    Enbridge,Eolien Maritime France
    Date: 2020-05-08
    Markham. Ontario-headquartered Enbridge reports it selling 49 pct of its 50 pct stake in Eolien Maritime France (EMF), the developer of three offshore wind projects in France, to the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments). With the sale, Enbridge will own a 25.5 pct equity interests in the 450-MW Saint-Nazaire facility; 21.7 pct in the 450-MW Courseulles-sur-Mer wind facility and 17.9 pct in the 500-MW Fecamp offshore wind projects, all in France. Completion of the anticipated 4Q, 2020 closing of $100 million (Cdn) transaction is subject to customary regulatory approvals. (Source: Enbridge, Various Media, Offshore Wind, 7 May, 2020)Contact: Enbridge, Al Monaco, Pres., CEO, (403) 231-3900, www.enbridge.com; Eolien Maritime France, www.thewindpower.net/developer_en_3824_eolien-maritime-france.php

    More Low-Carbon Energy News Eolien Maritime France,  Enbridge,  Wind,  Offshore Wind,  


    EnBW Completes Hohe See Offshore Wind Farm Installation (Int'l)
    EnBW
    Date: 2019-08-14
    Karlsruhe, Germany-headquartered developer-utility major Energie Baden-Wurttemberg (EnBW) reports it expects to complete and commission the 71-turbine Hohe See and the adjacent Albatros offshore wind arrays about 95 kilometres north of the island of Borkum in the German North Sea, by year-end.

    Twenty-seven of the project's turbines have already been put into operation.

    When fully operational, the projects will have a combined capacity of 609MW and will be EnBW's largest operating wind farm.

    Canadian energy infrastructure company Enbridge holds 49.9 pct of the Hohe See-Albatros project while EnBW holds the balance. (Source: EnBW, PR, ReCharge, 13 Aug., 2019) Contact: EnBW, Frank Mastiaux, CEO, +49 721 63 14320, www.enbw.com

    More Low-Carbon Energy News EnBW,  Wind,  Offshore Wind,  

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