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Construyen in situ dos torres eólicas por semana: cómo funcionan y se proyectan en Argentina
Thursday, 06 April 2017 14:36
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Álvaro Cristóbal González, Gerente General de la firma española Inneo, contó en detalle para Energía Estratégica sobre el proceso de construcción de las torres de hormigón en el mismo terreno dónde se van a instalar. ¿Cómo compiten en precio? Los tiempos y perspectivas de competencia en el mercado, tras la asociación con un partner local, Latinoamericana de la Energía.

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Towers: Concrete challenges steel
Saturday, 01 September 2012 00:00
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Steel has become accepted as the ideal material for constructing tubular towers to support wind turbine nacelles and blades. So why are some manufacturers now begining to pay more attention to concrete as a realistic alternative?

The simple answer lies in the greater heights above ground level at which wind farm developers are looking to locate their turbine hubs, either to gain advantage from the higher wind speeds there or to rise above obstructions such as dense forests. “If you have a very high tower you will have quite substantial bending moments at its base,” says Christian Hinsch of German renewable development company JUWI. “For steel that means it will need to have a very large diameter, which is not easy either to manufacture or transport.

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Spanish tower maker aims high
Friday, 24 August 2012 00:00
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Spain Inneo Torres, aiming to dominate Brazil's concrete tower market, will have opened three mobile factories this year, and has two more scheduled for 2013.

The company is also expecting to receive Finame approval from the Brazilian development bank, BNDES, meaning that at least 60% of the components will be locally made. That will allow wind developers using its turbine towers access to BNDES financing.

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Medio: Recharge

Help on offer to hit Brazil’s local content benchmarks
Thursday, 09 August 2012 00:00

The failure of five big-name turbine companies to meet Brazil’s stringent national index requirements has created an opportunity for enterprising supply chain companies.

Efforts by Vestas, Suzlon, Clipper, Fuhrländer and Acciona to return to compliance with financier BNDES are stoking demand for locally-manufactured components.

Spanish concrete tower specialist Inneo Torres is increasing its footprint in Brazil on the back of claims its structures boast 95% local content and superior economics compared to steel alternatives.

Source: reNews - Latin America 2012 special report

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III Jornadas de Energía Eólica 2012
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 00:00

In order to celebrate the International Day of the Wind and the 3rd. anniversary of the Uruguayan Association of Wind Energy (AUdEE) was held the III JORNADAS DE ENERGÍA EÓLICA 2012 in Uruguay.

The event dealt with the different available technologies to make a better use of the wind power, as well as the progress and challenges at the national, regional and global of this renewable energy source that tends to rapidly increase its participation in the sustainable development of the national energy matrix.

Inneo Torres was present in this event where Ismael Martin, Head of Sales for Brazil, held a conference on "Precast Concrete Wind Towers." The conferences took place in Montevideo on 14 and 15 of June and had large national and international assistance of various professionals of the sector.



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