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GFG, Ignis Biomass Energy Ink Renewables Projects Agreement (Int'l)
GFG Alliance,Ignis
Date: 2020-10-02
In the UK, Reuters is reporting London-headquartered privately held conglomerate GFG Alliance has inked an agreement with Surrey-based Ignis Biomass Energy to develop renewable energy projects to supply power to potential GFG metals plants in Spain. GFG presently has no industrial assets in Spain.

Under the agreement, Ignis and GFG's energy arm SIMEC will invest in wind and solar facilities with a total capacity of 1.2 GW of electricity, according to a joint statement. (Source: GFG Alliance, PR, Reuters, Oct., 2020) Contact: Ignis Biomass Energy, + 44 (0) 20 8332 9563, info@ignis-energy.com, www.ignis-energy.com; GFG Alliance, www.gfgalliance.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Ignis Biomass Energy,  Renewable Energy,  GFG Alliance ,  


Simec Atlantis Plans Conversion for Biomass Plant (Int'l. Report)
Simec Atlantis
Date: 2020-07-20
UK-based Simec Atlantis reports it is in talks with data center developer TechRE to re-purpose a coal-fired power station in Uskmouth, Wales to burn 50 pct woody biomass and un-recyclable plastic waste-derived fuel pellets. The Uskmouth power station is expected to generate 220MW of base-load electricity from this sustainable fuel source when fully converted.

The project will be developed in two phases -- conversion of the first 110 MW generation unit at the power station and upon commissioning a second unit will be converted to increase the station's total net output to 220MW. (Source: SIMEC Atlantis Energy, Website, 16 July, 2020) Contact: SIMEC Atlantis Energy, Tim Cornelius, CEO, +44 1633 292700, www.simecatlantis.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Simec Atlantis,  Biomass,  


SIMEC Acquisition Expands Biofuel CHP Venture (Int'l, M&A)
SIMEC
Date: 2019-10-28
In the UK, SIMEC reports it is acquiring Fleetsolve, and its sister company Fuelsolve -- developers and operators of biofuel-powered combined heat and power (CHP) generation equipment ranging from 250kW to 18MW.

SIMEC plans to target end-of-life waste oils and residues as feedstock for the production of International Sustainability Carbon Certification (ISCC) certified biofuels. Fuelsolve will manage the supply and logistics of the biofuels required to power the generators. (Source: SIMEC, Biofuels, 24 Oct., 2019) Contact: Fleetsolve and Fuelsolve, Keith O'Connor, CEO, +44 151 353 2870, www.fleetsolve.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News SIMEC,  Biofuel,  


GE Tapped as Scottish Tidal Project Systems Supplier (Int'l)
SIMEC Atlantis Energy
Date: 2019-06-24
In Edinburgh, SIMEC Atlantis Energy Limited (Atlantis) reports the selection of GE's Power Conversion business as preferred supplier for electrical systems that will power the tidal stream turbines for the MeyGen tidal power project second phase in the Pentland Firth, north of Scotland.

The MeyGen project is the only commercial multi-turbine array to have commenced construction and has been generating power for the UK grid for more than a year, after Atlantis completed installation of four generating units at the site in 2017, according to a GE release. (Source: GE, SIMEC Atlantis Energy, Hydro Review, 21 June, 2019) Contact: SIMEC Atlantis Energy, Drew Blaxland, +44 131 659 9690, www.atlantisbahamas.com; GE Power Conversion, www.gepowerconversion.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Simec,  MayGen,  Tidal Power,  


SIMEC Atlantis Quits Nova Scotian Tidal Energy JV (Ind. Report)
SIMEC Atlantis Energy
Date: 2019-01-23
UK-based tidal energy developer SIMEC Atlantis Energy Ltd reports it has quit its Canadian tidal power JV and has redeployed two turbines at the MeyGen project in Scotland. SIMEC Atlantis sold its 50 pct interest in Atlantis Operations (Canada) Limited (AOCL) for $400,000 (Cdn) ($297,000 US) to its Irish JV partner at the FORCE facility in Nova Scotia, namely DP Energy which will rename AOCL Rio Fundo Operations Canada Ltd. (Source: SIMEC Atlantis Energy, PR, Renewables, Jan., 2019) Contact: SIMEC Atlantis Energy, +44 131 659 9690, https://simecatlantis.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Tidal Energy news,  Ocean Energy news,  


SIMEC Atlantis Quits Nova Scotian Tidal Energy JV (Ind. Report)
SIMEC Atlantis Energy
Date: 2018-12-21
UK-based tidal energy developer SIMEC Atlantis Energy Ltd reports it has formally exited its Canadian tidal power JV and has redeployed two turbines at the MeyGen project in Scotland. SIMEC Atlantis sold its 50 pct interest in Atlantis Operations (Canada) Limited (AOCL) for $400,000 (Cdn) ($297,000 US) to its Irish JV partner at the FORCE facility in Nova Scotia, namely DP Energy which will rename AOCL Rio Fundo Operations Canada Ltd. (Source: SIMEC Atlantis Energy, PR, Renewables, 19 Dec., 2018) Contact: SIMEC Atlantis Energy, +44 131 659 9690, https://simecatlantis.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News SIMEC Atlantis Energy,  Tidal Energy,  


168-MW Scottish Wind Farm Awaits Government OK (Int'l Report)
SIMEC Energy
Date: 2018-10-05
In the UK, London-headquartered SIMEC Energy has reportedly submitted a formal application to the Scottish Government's Energy Consents Unit to construct a £158 million wind farm at Glenshero, north-west of Laggan.

Environmental and technical studies, along with extensive public consultation for the 39-turbine, 168-MW project have been completed, the company reports. Renewable energy company RES has been named as the projects chosen developer. (Source: SIMEC Energy, National, Oct., 2018) Contact: SIMEC Energy, Jay Hambro, CEO, +44 (0) 203 205 8550, www.simec.com/energy

More Low-Carbon Energy News SIMEC Energy,  Wind,  


SIMEC Touting Biomass Pellet Coal Power Plant Conversions (Int'l)
SIMEC Atlantis Energy
Date: 2018-08-15
In the UK, SIMEC Atlantis Energy (SAE), the tidal power firm 50 pct owned by the industrial player SIMEC, reports it plans to convert coal-fired power stations around the world to run on "Subcoal" waste-based biomass/biofuel pellets.

The company is currently converting the ageing Uskmouth coal power plant in South Wales to run on the Subcoal pellets, which are made from waste materials including waste plastic. The company is also in discussions with plant owners and operators in Europe, Australia, Asia, and the US to convert coal-fired power stations to run on the pellets. (Source: SIMEC Atlantis Energy, Business Green, 13 Aug., 2018) Contact: SIMEC Atlantis Energy, www.simecatlantis.com; Uskmouth Power Station, +44 1633 292700,

More Low-Carbon Energy News SIMEC Atlantis Energy,  Biomass Pellet,  

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