Hexicon and EGI bundle their expertise to optimise floating wind transmission connections
Hexicon and Elia Grid International (EGI) join forces to connect the wind energy produced by Floating Offshore Windfarms (FOW) to the onshore grid, and that on a global scale. The two companies will develop concepts and projects to integrate large scale floating offshore wind parks into the onshore power systems. The 5-year long cooperation consists of two phases, covering the provision of advanced expertise during both the pre-development and the development phases of the projects. Work is expected to start in June 2022.
Elia Group and Malaysian electric utility company Tenaga renew cooperation agreement for exchange of best practice
Elia Group and Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) are celebrating the signing of a second Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The renewed agreement confirms their joint ambitions and secures their increased cooperation ...
New Straits Times
TNB in pact with Europe’s Elia Group to boost RE push
KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Elia Group SA/NV to share best practices and industry insights to facilitate its renewable energy and energy transition efforts.
Les énergies renouvelables bruxelloises au service du Vietnam
En octobre 2019, cinq fleurons bruxellois en matière d’énergie et d’environnement mettaient le cap sur le Vietnam, emmenés par notre CEO adjointe Annelore Isaac, pour une mission économique axée énergies renouvelables et infrastructures. Petit bout d’histoire sur l’assise de l’expertise bruxelloise en Asie du Sud-Est.
Energy & Utilities
Four bids in for Adnoc multi-billion dollar subsea transmission project
Elia Grid submitted binding commercial offers for the planned high-voltage sub-sea transmission project to connect Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (Adnoc’s) offshore oil and gas production facilities to Abu Dhabi’s onshore national electricity grid
Abu Dhabi receives bids for subsea transmission project
State oil company Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) and Abu Dhabi Power Corporation (ADPower) have received proposals for a multi-billion high-voltage sub-sea transmission project to connect Adnoc’s offshore oil and gas production facilities to ADPower’s onshore national electricity grid.