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Large scale floating wind farms

Cheap and constant energy without visual impact from the shore Everyone is aware that the energy potential of wind blowing out at sea should be harnessed if we want a renewable future. Good locations inland with available wind resource are limited, and wind at sea is more constant and has much more laminal [...]

February 12th, 2019|

Norvento gets support to its internationalization process

Norvento gets support to its internationalization process. To support our internationalization process, the company Norvento nED Factory got an incentive from IGAPE (Economic Promotion Institute of Galicia) within the Programme Galicia Exports Companies 2018, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund in its Programme Galicia 2014-2020 OT3 to improve the competence of companies. [...]

February 5th, 2019|

Connection of Generators & the European Network codes

La conexión a red de generadores en el marco del Código de Red Europeo En el artículo previo, introducíamos el espíritu y la estructura del Código de Red (CdR) europeo y dábamos alguna pincelada sobre cómo condiciona la conexión a red de nuevos generadores plasmada en el Reglamento (UE) 2016/631 de la Comisión de [...]

January 21st, 2019|

Domestic off-grid solar systems

Alternative ways of sustainable electrification Access to energy is a basic requirement to enable the growth of underdeveloped regions worldwide. Energy improves the safety, health, economy and intellectual development of those who have access to it. To get access to energy in a sustainable, inexpensive and environmentally safe way is a great challenge that [...]

January 9th, 2019|

Norvento leads the R&D project Microgrid-on-chip

Norvento leads the R&D project Microgrid-on-chip. Norvento leads the R&D project MICROGRID-ON-CHIP, battery inverter with integrated converter and microgrid control. The aim of the project is to develop a comprehensive solution to control hybrid microgrids. The solution is based in a battery converter with state-of-the-art semiconductors and a microgrid control system integrated in [...]

December 26th, 2018|

Norvento gets €40M from EIB

Norvento gets €40M from EIB. Last 10th of December, the European Investment Bank approved €40M to finance four Norvento’s wind farms. The four wind farms —Neda, Carracedo, A Pastoriza and Cadeira— will be located in the province of Lugo, Spain. They will totalize 100.35MW and will be made up of 29 wind turbines. [...]

December 21st, 2018|

Norvento signs the supply of 10 wind turbines with Gamesa

Norvento signs the supply of 10 wind turbines with Gamesa. Norvento has reached an agreement with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy to supply ten wind turbines totalizing 34.6MW. They are going to be installed in a wind farm located in the region of A Mariña, in Lugo, Spain. These 3.465MW wind turbines with a [...]

December 7th, 2018|

Norvento in the Australian market

Norvento in the Australian market. Norvento’s Grid Studies Department is supporting Australian costumers in need of guidance through the Australian Electricity Market (NEM). Over the next two decades Australia’s Government is committed to a dramatic change of the nation’s energy mix, incrementing the share of renewable energy. Australia’s Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is [...]

December 4th, 2018|

Hydrogen storage in metal hydrides

It will provide a safe and simple storage solution, solving problems with hydrogen Hydrogen fuel is an alternative to the present energy situation, which is predominantly based on fossil fuels and consequently their economic, geostrategic and ecological problems [1]. The Hydrogen economy is based on the production, transportation, storage and use of the [...]

December 4th, 2018|

Norvento leads MODUL project

Norvento leads MODUL project. Novento leads the project Comprehensive Modularity to Install 100% Renewable Energy Systems in Remote Locations (MODUL). The aim of the project is to develop technologies to make the implementation of clean energy in remote regions easier. These self-raising modular systems will be optimized to operate in extreme weather and [...]

November 28th, 2018|
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