First project in Asia

November 3rd, 2014 | Posted by Webmaster AR in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on First project in Asia)
Jeju island, South Korea

Jeju island, South Korea

ENDIPREV was awarded a contract to commission a 30MW wind farm in South Korea.

Korea has a population exceeding 50 million. With its limited domestic energy sources and huge demand, Korea relies on foreign sources for 96% of its energy supply. In order to diversify its energy sources and increase the production of domestic energy, Korea has recently increased its focus on renewable energy. Between 2011 and 2015, 10 trillion KRW (South Korean Won) is expected to be invested in wind power as a source of renewable energy. In October 2013 a draft plan was made to the National Energy Plan to increase the Wind target from 7.3GW to 12GWby 2030 3.

Brazil joins list of served countries

June 15th, 2013 | Posted by Webmaster AR in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on Brazil joins list of served countries)
Wind Power Brasil

Wind Power, Brazil

ENDIPREV won a contract for commissioning of a 119 MW onshore windfarm in Northeast Brazil.

The project is due to start in July 2013 and should be concluded until the end of the year.