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Everoze creates Skyray to design and engineer great solar PV projects

Everoze creates Skyray to design and engineer great solar PV projects

Everoze has today formally launched a new company called Skyray. Skyray’s experienced team will provide design, engineering and site services to owners, developers and EPCs in the large-scale PV market (including new-build solar-storage).

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Everoze invests in Brightwind to strengthen wind assessment capability

Everoze has acquired 49.9% of wind resource assessment firm Brightwind which will bolster both consultancies’ capabilities to deliver accurate Energy Production Assessments (EPAs), due diligence and other services.

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Everoze now present in Italy

Everoze is delighted to welcome our latest partner, Dario Brivio who is a solar expert with more than 13 years of experience.

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Everoze broadens scope in French market

It’s the right time for us to embrace the changes which are reshaping the French energy market and to play our full role in this.

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Everoze establishes presence in Germany

Ragna Schmidt-Haupt will strengthen the Everoze offering to the investment community across a wider range of European markets for renewables, energy storage and flexibility.

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A big year: Running out of 2017

As the Everoze team runs out of days in 2017 and charges headlong towards the new year, we thought we’d share a few highlights before powering down for the festive break.

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Everoze and Vortex to deliver new global wind map for the World Bank Group

Industry leading mesoscale modellers Vortex together with Everoze have won a contract with the World Bank Group to map the world’s wind resource in greater detail than ever before.

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Looking back on 2016: Surreality bites

“Well, it’s been a weird old year – not only on the world stage, but also when it comes to the wonderful world of renewables and energy storage. Weird and exciting.” Joe Phillips does his best to make sense of it all…

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Pinch me, I must be dreaming!

No, this is not a reaction to the U.S. election, but rather today’s announcement of the winning bid for the Kriegers Flack offshore wind farm

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