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South Africa: 33MW Excelsior Wind Farm Commissioned

On January 7, 2021, Posted by , In News,Projects,Renewable Energies, With Comments Off on South Africa: 33MW Excelsior Wind Farm Commissioned

Pan-African renewable power producer company, BioTherm Energy, backed by leading market investor Actis, has announced the official operations of its Excelsior Wind Energy Facility at the end of 2020.

Golden Valley Wind Farm (120 MW) connects to the grid

Golden Valley wind farm has just connected to the South African electricity grid. With a capacity of 120 MW, the installation is located in the Eastern Cape Province.

Brand new 33 MW Western Cape wind farm connects to grid

On September 17, 2020, Posted by , In Projects,Renewable Energies, With Comments Off on Brand new 33 MW Western Cape wind farm connects to grid

“We are pleased to mark this pivotal point in the construction of Excelsior Wind Farm, with all thirteen wind turbines commissioned and connected to the power grid” Robert Skjodt (CEO, BioTherm Energy)

Works on South Africa’s 120MW Golden Valley project on track

On December 8, 2019, Posted by , In News,Projects,Renewable Energies, With Comments Off on Works on South Africa’s 120MW Golden Valley project on track

Construction works are progressing well at the Golden Valley Wind project, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

OptiPower making progress on EC wind farm project, welcomes benefits of M&R buyout

On November 13, 2019, Posted by , In News,Projects,Renewable Energies, With Comments Off on OptiPower making progress on EC wind farm project, welcomes benefits of M&R buyout

OptiPower Projects, which was recently acquired by Murray & Roberts (M&R), is progressing with its work on the Golden Valley Wind Farm, in the Eastern Cape.