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London, May 15, 2017 – Element Power, a leading European developer and operator of energy projects, has completed the sale of its 25MW construction-ready battery storage project in Newcastle, UK to the Italian electricity utility Enel S.p.A. (“Enel”).
UK Energy Minister Jesse Norman and Norwegian Energy Minister Terje Søviknes held their first meeting at the Oslo Energy Forum on 10th February 2017.
The IREGG* (of which Element Power is a member) recently met with the No.10 Energy Advisor in their efforts to campaign for a level playing field and a longer term commitment to onshore wind in Britain.
Former President Mary Robinson joins IWEA in celebrating contribution of wind energy pioneers in message delivered to Spring Conference in Dublin today.
National Grid recently awarded Element Power with a hotly contested EFR contract which will see the global renewables developer procure a power import and export service from a 12.5MWh battery by April 2018.
In June 2015 Amber Rudd, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, made a statement in Parliament  proposing new grace periods for onshore wind which, as of 18th June 2015, already had planning consent, a grid connection offer and acceptance and evidence of land rights for the wind farm...
In March of this year, Element Power the renewable energy developer behind the Greenlink project expressed its surprise and dismay at the regulator's minded to position in respect of the Greenlink project between GB and Ireland.
Binn Eco Park Wind Turbines Gets Green Light Plans to erect four wind turbines at the Binn Eco Park, Glenfarg have been given the go-ahead. Councillors in Perth & Kinross unanimously approved Element Power’s application at a meeting of the Development Management Committee on 15th July.
The annual All-Energy Exhibition & Conference, the UK’s largest renewable energy event, has moved home to the SECC, Glasgow and takes place on 6th & 7th May 2015.
Plans to build a wind farm on farmland outside the town of Sanquhar have been given the go-ahead by Dumfries and Galloway Council.

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