The New and Renewable Energy Authority (NREA) is implementing the Gulf of El Zayt Wind Energy Project with the foreign currency portion financed by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The project is envisaged with a capacity of 220 MW.
Under the project “Upscaling of Wind Power in Viet Nam” the German government is supporting the government of Vietnam for capacity building for the development of the wind power sector in Vietnam.
Three Gorges Second Wind Farm Pakistan Ltd and Three Gorges Third Wind Farm Pakistan (Pvt.) Ltd develops and each construct a 50 MW wind farm in the Jhimpir area in Pakistan. The project shall be built under an EPC Contract, assigned to SIDRI (Shanghai Investigation Design & Research Institute Co., Ltd, China) for Engineering & Construction and SUMEC Group Corperation Company Limited (China) for Procurement.
The Ethiopian Electric Corporation (EEP) has received financing support from the African Development Bank for the development of the Assela wind farm, located about 100 km south of the capital of Addis Abeba at the eastern side of the African Rift Valley.
The Client, Volta River Authority (VRA) intends to realize the Renewable Energy Development Plan (REDP) through the development of wind farm and solar power plant projects and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).
E.ON is one of the world's largest investor-owned power and gas companies and has developed the offshore wind farm Rampion. The project with a planned aggregated capacity of 400 MW will be situated 13 km off the Sussex coast. Construction works have started in 2015 and commissioning is scheduled for 2018. As part of its long term strategy E.ON has sold a stake of 25 % to Green Investment Bank and plans to sell a further stake of 24.9 % to another investor.
Evaluation of Prospect Wind Farm Sites and Pre-Feasibility Study for 9 Projects (1,136 MW), South Africa
Eskom Holding, a South-African utility, is trying to increase its renewable energy generation portfolio and plans to construct about 1000 MW wind power in the near future in the Western Cape Province.