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01Dec2015

A feasibility assessment of the IndeModular technology selected to be financed by the Government of Spain

The Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness of Spain has selected one project proposal from INDEOL to be financed under the Horizonte PYME 2015 R&D programme. The project involves exploring and assessing the technical feasibility and commercial potential of the technology, an innovative new joint system for segmented blades. With this initiative, INDEOL maintains its firm commitment to transferring feasible new technologies to the wind energy market.

  • 1 Dec, 2015
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09Oct2015

INDEOL will be attending China Windpower 2015

INDEOL will be attending the next China Windpower expo that will be held in Beijing next week, from October 16th to 18th. Our team will be delighted to present our latest developments for the wind industry.
Hope to meet you there!

  • 9 Oct, 2015
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24Jun2015

IndeModular has been awarded the Eolo Innovation 2015 prize by the Spanish Wind Energy Association (AEE)

The Spanish Wind Energy Association (AEE) has awarded INDEOL and the National Renewable Energy Centre (CENER) for the “development and validation of IndeModular, a new joint system for modular wind turbine blades”. The jury for this year’s edition has considered that this system “stands out for its newness to facilitate transport and assembly of the large blades of the new generation of wind turbines, especially for offshore wind farms when the blade manufacturing plants are not located on the…

  • 24 Jun, 2015
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13May2015

INDEOL will be attending AWEA Windpower 2015

INDEOL staff will be attending the next AWEA Windpower 2015 that will be held in Orlando, Florida next week, from May 18th to 21st. Our team will be delighted to present our latest developments for the wind industry: .

Hope to…

  • 13 May, 2015
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20May2013

An installation for self-consumption can save 70% on the energy bill

A study of the Valencia Association of Businesses of the Energy Sector, Avaesen, with information of the projects made by its members about the self-consumption installations confirms that the average savings that a family can obtain is 70% on the electricity bill.The initial investment can vary between 6.000 and 9.000 euros, depending on the surface of the house and on the energy that is going to be used, but this investment pays for itself over time thanks to the…

  • 20 May, 2013
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17May2013

Spain, fifth largest worldwide generator of renewable energy patents

Spain, is the fifth largest worldwide generator of renewable energy patents being solar the technology with more patents (205) followed closely by wind (203). These figures have been published by the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office. (OEPM), which describes as spectacular the evolution of the European patents of Spanish origin.

In the analysis of the headlines of patents, companies gain the upper hand either in the group of all renewable energies or  in the specific area of solar energy; with…

  • 17 May, 2013
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15Jan2013

INdeModular will be presented at EWEA 2013

(Pamplona, 14th January 2013) -Vienna will host the EWEA 2013. The event will be held at The Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center from 4th to 7th February this year. EWEA (Europe’s premier Wind Energy Event) has selected IINdeModular to be presented at the Conference. The “Development and validation of an innovative joint system for sectional blades” conference will be held on Monday 4th February at 14 hours. The process to develop and validate a joint system for a…

  • 15 Jan, 2013
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25Oct2012

Asia Pacific energy storage market worth 12 billion dollars in 10 years

The report predicts that Asia Pacific energy storage market will be worth 12 million dollars by 2022 with a capacity of 25 GW. Lithium -ion, sodium sulfur and flow batteries are expected to dominate the storage sector, and China and Japan are considered major players, with South Korea and Australia topping the “rest of the Asia pacific” segment.

With a consistent picture of rising electricity demand, increasing penetration of renewable energy generation and a need for greater grid flexibility accross…

  • 25 Oct, 2012
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18Jan2012

CSP industry should turn to biomimicry says MIT researchers

A team of researchers have discovered that if the mirrors or heliostats of a concentrating solar power (CSP) tower plant are arranged in a sunflower-inspired pattern, the efficiency of the solar field can be boosted.

CSP tower plants such as PS10 in southern Spain comprise a 100-metre high pillar surrounded by rows of giant mirrors rippling outward. More than 600 of these mirrors, each the size of half a tennis court, track the sun throughout the day, concentrating its rays…

  • 18 Jan, 2012
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10Jan2012

51% of German renewables owned by citizens

A “Citizen Power” conference will be held in the historic chamber in Bonn in July where the world’s first feed-in law was enacted in 1991.

Germany, a country where 51% of the renewable energy generation is owned by its own citizens, will be hosting an international conference on community power from 3 to 5 July 2012 in Bonn, the former capital.

The “law on feeding in electricity” (to the grid) was introduced by conservative Bavarian farmers frustrated with their utility’s intransigence…

  • 10 Jan, 2012
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