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TSK has acquired Ingeteam’s power generation plant engineering and construction subsidiary. With this latest acquisition, TSK reinforces its current capacity to deliver electric power generation plants using both renewable and conventional sources, and acquires the expertise and references necessary to deliver turn-key generation plants using biomass.

Some examples of projects in which this company has participated are the solar thermal generation plants of Palma del Río I and II, both 50 MW of power and owned by Acciona. In addition, it is a leading company in the sector of electricity generation from biomass where it has participated in 11 projects.


The company is located in the Technological Park of Álava and has been owned by the Ingeteam Group since 2008, has a staff of more than 40 people with extensive experience and technical capacity. Currently it is involved in different bidding processes in Brazil, Belgium, France, UK and China for projects worth over 500 million euros.

Ingeteam and TSK have carried out projects jointly since 1985, mainly in electrical projects in steel plants of the ArcelorMittal company. Likewise Ingeteam regularly supplies TSK with different electrical equipment for solar photovoltaic plants.

Source: TSK

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Alstom has been awarded a turnkey contract worth approximately €100 million from Eletrosul Centrais Electricas S/A (Eletrosul) to integrate wind farms located at Rio Grande do Sul State, all situated at the southernmost tip of Brazil, into the country’s transmission grid. This project is scheduled for commercial operation in March 2018.

To complete this project, Alstom will lead a consortium to provide a turnkey solution, including the supply of two new substations and the extension of six existing substations, which will connect the power from the wind farms substations. This project, known as Lots A1 & A4 from the Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency (ANEEL) auction, opens the door to further integration of renewable energies, empowering the country to better forecast its wind energy capacity for the next six years, playing a key role in strengthening Brazil’s transmission system. Alstom will supply its products, software and automation technologies with equipment produced locally at Canoas and Itajuba sites, in Brazil.

“The southern region of Brazil has huge wind energy potential and will now be able to fully optimize this alternative energy, ultimately creating diversity in the overall energy mix for over 30 million people. This contract reinforces Alstom’s leadership in supplying customer-centered solutions and an expert, local engineering team on the ground to bring innovative technologies to optimize grid performance”, says Sérgio Gomes, Vice President of Alstom Grid in Latin America.

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Gamesa has received another order from Areaflin, a corporate enterprise currently owned by Uruguay’s state utility, UTE, for the turnkey construction of a 70-MW wind farm in Uruguay.

Under the scope of the agreement, the company will supply, install and commission 35 G114-2.0 MW turbines at the Valentines wind farm located in the departments of Florida and Treinta y Tres, as well as handling the civil works and electrical installations needed to set up and operate this development. The facility is expected to be commissioned during the third quarter of 2016.

In addition, Gamesa will operate and maintain the wind complex for its first 15 years in operation.
To date, Gamesa has installed 150 MW in Uruguay and, with this new order, has secured contracts and agreements for the supply of another 170 MW. According to consultancy BTM, Uruguay is expected to register triple-digit growth in new capacity additions to bring total installed capacity to 1.4 GW in 2016.