BioEnergy Bytes

  • BioEnergyBytesDFCanadian Solar Inc. has announced that it has recently signed a sales contract to supply 12.6MW of photovoltaic modules to Kayseri Organized Industry Zone and a consortium of companies in KOIZ, (BESLER Tekstil San. ve Tic. A.S and HASCELIK Group of companies- Hascelik Cable, Coreal Cable and Metal Matris) for a solar power project located in Kayseri, Turkey.
  • Inteco Beteiligungs GmbH, an Austrian company owned by Russian businesswoman Yelena Baturina, has signed an agreement with the German company RE-Pro (RE-Pro Renewable Energy Provider KGaA) for the development of a project aimed to generate, use and market renewable energy in Europe. The overall investment amounts to €10 million, and according to the plans announced, in the course of the implementation of the project the amount may be doubled. The first major activity of the new joint venture is the construction and commercial operation of solar panels parks (PV-Parks or Solar Parks) in the South and South-Eastern Europe. The project’s latest acquisition is a solar park in Italy that has already been fully equipped and put into operation.
  • CHS Inc. has announced the retirement of a member of its leadership team and changes in responsibility for two others. John McEnroe, executive vice president, CHS Country Operations, will retire Dec. 31, 2014. Lynden Johnson, currently executive vice president, CHS Business Solutions, has been promoted to executive vice president, CHS Country Operations. Lisa Zell, currently executive vice president and general counsel, has been promoted to executive vice president, CHS Business Solutions. Both Johnson and Zell will continue in their current roles through the end of fiscal 2014 on Aug. 31, 2014, and assume their new positions on Sept. 1, 2014.
  • Geodynamics Limited, a leading Australian geothermal exploration and development company, and its joint venture partner Kentor Energy Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of KGL Resources Ltd, have received development consent relating to exploration activities for the proposed 20 MW Savo Island geothermal power project in Solomon Islands from the Solomon Islands Department of Environment.

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