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كلمة الرئيس التنفيذي يخصوص فيروس كورونا المستجد (كوفيد-19)

 

إنَّ أحد شواغل نبراس للطاقة الرئيسية هي صحة وسلامة موظفينا ومساهمينا وشركائنا التجاريين والموردين وجميع أصحاب المصالح لدينا. مع تطور تأثير فيروس كورونا المستجد (كوفيد-19) في قطر وحول العالم ، نود أن نؤكد لكم بأنَّ نبراس للطاقة تعمل على ضمان استمرار عملياتها التشغيلية.

Nebras Power Portfolio
49%

Equity stake owned by Nebras Power

527 MW

Other Partners:

Goldwind Australia

Stockyard Hill - AU

Located 35 km west of Ballarat near the Yarrowee River in Victoria, Stockyard Hill Wind Farm (the "Project") is currently under construction. The Project will have 149 wind turbines with a combined capacity of 527MW, which will be the biggest in the southern hemisphere, upon completion in early Q4, 2020.

Origin Energy Electricity shall purchase post completion, the entire capacity of the Project under a long term Offtake Agreement until 2030.

Nebras Power Portfolio
80%

Equity stake owned by Nebras Power

99 MW

Other Partners:

Canadian Solar

Francisco Sá - BR

Francisco Sá is a 99 MW solar project in Minas Gerais, Brazil and is expected to achieve commercial operation in 2021.

Francisco Sá is a part of Nebras Power's 80 percent stake in a group of four solar projects acquired in 2019 that comprise the largest bi-facial solar portfolio in Latin America with a total capacity of 482.6 MWp.

Francisco Sá benefited from the Brazilian federal government's auction of a Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") and will supply energy through CCEE (Chamber of Electric Energy Commercialization) until 2041.

Nebras Power Portfolio
80%

Equity stake owned by Nebras Power

120 MW

Other Partners:

Canadian Solar

Lavras - BR

Lavras is a 120 MW solar project in Ceará, Brazil and is expected to achieve commercial operation in 2021.

Lavras is a part of Nebras Power's 80 percent stake in a group of four solar projects acquired in 2019 that comprise the largest bi-facial solar portfolio in Latin America with a total capacity of 482.6 MWp.

Lavras benefited from the Brazilian federal government's auction of a Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") and will supply energy through CCEE (Chamber of Electric Energy Commercialization) until 2041.

Nebras Power Portfolio
80%

Equity stake owned by Nebras Power

88 MW

Other Partners:

Canadian Solar 20%

Jaíba - BR

Jaíba is an 88 MW solar project in Minas Gerais, Brazil and is expected to achieve commercial operation in 2021.

Jaíba is a part of Nebras Power's 80 percent stake in four solar projects acquired in 2019 that comprise the largest bi-facial solar portfolio in Latin America with a total capacity of 482.6 MWp.

Jaíba benefited from the Brazilian federal government's auction of a Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") and will supply energy through CCEE (Chamber of Electric Energy Commercialization) until 2041.

Nebras Power Portfolio
80%

Equity stake owned by Nebras Power

90 MW

Other Partners:

Canadian Solar 20%

Salgueiro - BR

Salgueiro is a 90 MW solar project in Pernambuco, Brazil and is expected achieve commercial operation in 2020.

Salgueiro is a part of Nebras Power's 80 percent stake in a group of four solar projects acquired in 2019 that comprise the largest bi-facial solar portfolio in Latin America with a total capacity of 482.6 MWp.

Salgueiro benefited from the Brazilian federal government's auction of a Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") and will supply energy through CCEE (Chamber of Electric Energy Commercialization) until 2040.

Nebras Power Portfolio
9.9%

Equity stake owned by Nebras Power

105 MW

Other Partners:

Marubeni Corporation 50.1%
Oman Gas Company 30%
Bahwan Renewable Energy Company 10%

Amin - Oman

  • Amin Renewable Energy Company owns the first utility scale solar plant in Oman, Amin IPP solar plant.
  • Amin IPP has a total capacity of 105 MWac. The plant will start its commercial operation in Q2 2020.
  • All the electricity produced and the capacity made available by AREC is purchased by Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) under a long term Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") until 2043.
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