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Wind energy accounted for 41.7% of Estonia’s total renewable energy production in 2016

January 23, 2017 EWPA's blog - etea

20160909_115351Wind energy accounted for 41.7 percent of total renewable energy production and wind farms produced 589 GWh of electric energy in Estonia during 2016, 15 percent less than in 2015. Unlike in 2015, the 600 GWh cap set for the amount of wind energy eligible for subsidization per year was not achieved last year, the transmission system operator Elering said on Monday.

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Coming in Tallinn: WINDFORCE BALTIC SEA 2017

December 28, 2016 EWPA's blog - etea

wab-button-balticsea-2017-tallin-englWINDFORCE Baltic Sea 2017 – the two day conference dedicated to the offshore wind power in the Baltic Sea will take place for the fifth time, this time in Tallinn, on the 8 and 9th of February 2017. The conference will be opened by Ms Kadri Simson, the Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure of Estonia.

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Wind Industry Celebrates One Million Jobs

June 15, 2016 EWPA's blog - etea

Global Wind Day 2016Record wind industry growth was reflected in a 5% increase in employment in the sector, which now employs 1.1 million* people. Today, on Global Wind Day, the industry highlights the socio-economic benefits generated by the global wind industry, in addition to supplying clean power. Global Wind Day is a worldwide event that occurs annually on 15 June: a day for discovering wind energy, its power and the possibilities it holds to reshape our energy systems, decarbonise our economies, build new industries and create new jobs. Read more »

Estonian Wind Power Association welcomed new members, re-elected the board and updated its strategy

May 18, 2016 Estonian news, EWPA's blog - etea

ETEA yldkoosolek 06.05.2016The Estonian Wind Power Association hold its annual general meeting on the 6th of May in Pirita, Tallinn. Two new members were welcomed to the association: Nordex Energy GmbH ja Marble Management OÜ. Read more »

Nelja Energia started energy production at its biggest wind farm

May 9, 2016 EWPA's blog - etea

Silute wind farmThe renewable energy company Nelja Energia has begun energy production at its biggest wind farm in the Baltic States. The 60 MW Šilute wind farm is situated in the South-West of Lithuania and consists of 24 turbines each with a capacity of 2,5 MW. That makes 12 % of the total wind power capacity in Lithuania. Read more »

Estonian RES producers will be able to participate in EU Cooperative Mechanisms

March 17, 2016 EWPA's blog - etea

RES - Estonia first moverThe Estonian Government decided to support proceeding with the changes in the Electricity Market Act, that able Estonia to participate in the renewable energy cooperation mechanisms with those EU Member States, that cannot achieve their national renewable energy targets.  

Estonia is the first country in the European Union who has already fulfilled its overall renewable energy target and has significantly higher potential in renewable energy. Therefore, Estonia is interested in selling its surplus to those countries that for one reason or another have difficulties in the deployment of renewable energy. Read more »

Info Day for members

October 12, 2015 EWPA's blog - etea

Capture uus infopaev 2015

Estonian Wind Power Association held an Info Day for its members in Tallinn on 3rd of November. The event was organized together with the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce. For more information please click here.


Tiny Country May Beat Virginia to the Wind Power Punch

September 28, 2015 EWPA's blog - Tuul

turbines_0This week, Dominion Virginia Power said it still hoped to build a couple of wind turbines off Virginia Beach.  The federal government has promised more than $50 million for planning and construction, but the utility could only find one company willing to build the demonstration project, and it wanted far more money than the firm was willing to pay. Dominion says it will seek a new round of bids early next year. Read more »

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