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Transbiaga is starting to work in South Africa in July 2019. The Nxuba project, which is slated to enter into operation by September 2020, is expected to generate over 460 GWh annually and will be in the Eastern Cape province.

Transbiaga, through its subsidiary Transbiaga South Africa, will begin construction of its 140 MW Nxuba wind farm in the Amatole District this month. The construction of Nxuba, which is expected to be completed by September 2020.

Once fully up and running, Nxuba is expected to generate over 460 GWh per year, avoiding the emission of around 500,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere each year.

 

 

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Nordex has selected Transbiaga to provide the services of cranes for the construction of the Tres Picos wind farm in the department of Tornquist. The German factory will install 29 wind turbine N100 of 3.30 MW optimized to 3.40 MW in collaboration with the Argentine company Transbiaga S.A.


This wind farm should start generating electricity on January 1, 2020.

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Likewise, Transbiaga has been awarded the contract in Argentina to supply the lifting services for the turbines of the Delta4000 series for a wind farm in Chubut (south). The wind farm "Chubut Norte II, III & IV" is located in the province of Chubut, in southern Argentina, near Puerto Madryn, and has a capacity of 166.4 megawatts.


It will be composed of 38 N149 / 4.0-4.5 turbines with an installed capacity of 4,380 megawatts each.
The installation of the turbines is scheduled for the third quarter of this year and it is the first time that this type of turbines have been installed in Argentina.

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Transport of a 40 m and 100 Tn crane bridge each beam from the Basque Country to a steel mill in Wales, United Kingdom. It uses a modular equipment in Dolly configuration of 14 semiaxes.

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Transbiaga announces reception order for lifting 16 wind towers generators for the winfarm Los Guzmancitos (Dominican Republic) with a total capacity of 48 MW, located at Puerto Plata area.

Expected completion date will be second quarter 2019 and expected start date will be at the end of the year.  Windfarm’s start up will be suppose a energy saving of 14 millions US dollars of fuel.

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Transbiaga has recently started the construction of 2 Wind Farms in Spain, specifically the Mudarra Cluster, located in La Mudarra city in Valladolid, and the Navarra Cluster in Barasoain. Both projects for Nordex Energy customer.

These are two special projects as Nordex Energy will install a new 120m high concrete tower prototype. Transbiaga has been selected for the installation of these projects due to its extensive experience in the assembly of concrete towers.

There will be a total of 58 AW132/3300 towers with TH-V 120m tower.

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Taking advantage of Transbiaga’s facilities in Salvatierra (Álava), next to the A-1 main road, where there are 5.000 covered and 10.000 uncovered square meters, Nordex-Acciona Windpower manufacturer’s AW64.7 model 36 eolic blades have been transported and stored, throughout January 2019.
Transbiaga offers logistic solutions to its clients, and in this case it has been possible to free up the customer's wind turbine factory.

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Just on September 4, the El Cortijo wind farm in Reynosa was launched, with a production of 183 MW, being the first renewable installation derived from the Energy Reform to complete its start-up under the new energy regime. Wholesale Electricity Market (MEM) and following 2019 at Mexico, Transbiaga maintains and reinforces its presence in that country.
Specifically, the "Mesa de la Paz" wind farm will be built in the village of Llera, in the State of Tamaulipas, starting the activity next February.
This project will be developed to generate 306 Mega Watts and will provide clean and sustainable energy capable of supplying about 580,000 homes, and is expected to come into operation in 2021.

New wind farm
 
Likewise, the construction of the “Dolores” wind farm of 244 megawatts (MW) in the village of China, in the state of Nuevo León, will begin shortly.
It is expected that the Dolores wind farm will start operating in the first half of 2020. Once it is fully operational, the wind farm will be able to generate approximately 850 gigawatts per hour, avoiding the annual emission of around 470,000 tons of CO2 to the atmosphere. The Dolores Wind Farm includes the installation of around 83 wind turbines and 79 kilometers of transmission lines.
 
Both projects include the measurement of the socio-environmental impact of the project and actions aimed at incorporating the rational use of resources, for example, through water management, and a waste recycling project for the reuse of the site's wood. produce eco-friendly furniture and shipping containers to be used by the local community.
 

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Just some days before, Transbiaga has finished the Salitrillos Wind Farm installation at Reynosa, Tamaulipas (Mexico). They have been 30 Vestas’ brand new V136 model turbines, 3,45MW each, completing 103,5MW installed.

Transbiaga has used 2 of their Liebherr LR1600/2W narrow track cranes, minimizing the civil works to be executed by the owner, and thanks to its highly qualified and experienced team has been able to complete the project in 8 intense weeks of work, finishing the Wind Farm within the established time, and accomplishing a new objective.

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