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Company Overview of Mainstream Renewable Power Limited
Mainstream Renewable Power Limited develops, finances, constructs, and operates renewable energy plants. The company develops onshore and offshore wind and solar projects. It serves utilities and investment companies, and others worldwide. Mainstream Renewable Power Limited was founded in 2008 and is based in Dublin, Ireland. It also has offices in Calgary, Canada; Santiago and Los Angeles, Chile; Beijing, China; London, United Kingdom; Berlin, Germany; Dublin, Ireland; Glasgow, Scotland; Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa; Chicago, Illinois; and Santa Monica, California.
Sandyford, Dublin 18
Dublin, D18 V8P6
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for Mainstream Renewable Power Limited
Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Onshore
Managing Director of Onshore Procurement, Construction & Operations and Executive Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Mainstream Renewable Power Limited Key Developments
Mainstream Renewable Power Signs Grid Connection Agreement for Wind Project in Ghana
Sep 10 15
Mainstream Renewable Power has signed a grid connection agreement for a wind project in Ghana and started construction of two wind farms in South Africa. The grid connection agreement was signed for the 225MW Ayitepa wind farm in Ghana, construction for which is expected to start early next year. The wind power plant will involve an investment of $525 million and can meet up to 5% of Ghana's electricity requirements once operational. Under the agreement, Mainstream will be responsible for setting up the connection through installation of a new transmission substation between the villages of Sege and Dawa in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. The firm also broke ground for developing the Khobab and Loeriesfontein wind farms in South Africa, which will have a combined generation capacity of 280MW. Located side by side in the Hantam municipality at the country's Northern Cape region, the wind projects are expected to involve an investment of ZAR 7 billion($511.8 million). The projects have been scheduled to be commissioned by the end of 2017, and will be equipped with wind turbines manufactured by Siemens. Mainstream Renewable Power South Africa is responsible for both construction and operations of the facilities, which are part of the South African government's Round 3 Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPP).
Mainstream Renewable Power Limited's 225 MW Wind Farm in Ghana to Enter Construction in 2016
Aug 10 15
Construction can commence in 2016 of the 225 MW Ayitepa wind farm on the eastern coast of Ghana, a project owned by Mainstream Renewable Power. All environmental permits have been secured and the grid connection and power purchase agreements are being finalised. The USD 525 million (EUR 479 million) project is the country's first large-scale wind farm. When fully operational, Ayitepa will be capable of contributing 10% of Ghana's electricity demand during peak usage times, Mainstream had said previously. Thus it will help the African country overcome its power shortages.
Mainstream Renewable Is Reportedly In Talks To Sell Windfarm In The North Sea
Jul 27 15
Mainstream Renewable Power Limited is in talks to sell a windfarm in the North Sea. Mainstream Renewable is reported to be in talks to sell the 450 megawatt Neart na Gaoithe project to a joint venture between InterGen N.V. and Siemens Project Ventures GmbH.
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