Power plants

ECOHZ provides access to a comprehensive portfolio of more than 200 power plants, located across five continents. This enables you to choose specific power plants with distinct characteristics, including choice of technology, location, age, size, and owner profile.

ECOHZ can document the origin of your energy consumption globally with Guarantees of Origin in Europe, RECs in North America and I-RECs in a select and growing number of countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. See power plant examples below.

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Noor solar power in Morocco

Noor Power Plant in Morocco is the world’s largest concentrated solar power plant project. Situated in the municipality of Ouarzazate in the Agadir district of Morocco, the Noor plants are located in a very favorable region with one of the highest amount of sunlight in the world – 2635 kWh/m2/year. The Ouarzazate complex is set […] Read more …

Agua Fria solar power in Honduras

Situated in the municipality of Nacaome in the Valle Department of Honduras, the Agua Fria plant is located in a very favourable region with high sun exposure. Agua Fria is the first solar power plant constructed by Scatec Solar in Latin America. Qualities To date, electricity generated from fossil fuels has been the only option […] Read more …

Thanh Thuy hydropower in Vietnam

Situated in Ha Giang province in the north of Vietnam, the hydropower plant utilises the Thanh Thuy stream which starts from mountain ranges in Viet Bac region with a steep gradient. Qualities To date, the electricity demand in Vietnam is growing but the share of renewable energy being consumed is shrinking. Currently due to shortfalls […] Read more …

Santos Wind Farm in Brazil

This wind power project is composed of three wind farms in Trairí City, Ceará State, Brazil and delivers zero-emissions renewable electricity to the Brazilian Interconnected Grid. Qualities The total project has a capacity of 64 MW across 32 turbines, and generates approximately 311,000 MWh of clean, renewable electricity each year. By the end of 2019, […] Read more …

Sungai Kerling hydropower in Malaysia

Situated in Selangor province in the west of Malaysia, the hydropower plant utilises the stream from the hills. Qualities Malaysia is an oil and gas-rich tropical country and the demand is increasing year after year.  By using water as fuel source, Malaysia develops the green sector and strengthens its energy autonomy. The country is on its […] Read more …

Beijing Yanqing low wind-speed in China

The wind project is located on the east bank of the Guanting Reservoir of Yanqing County, Beijing City in China. It is the first low wind-speed pilot project in China with the 2.5 m/s of cut-in wind speed, promoting the progress of wind power technology in China, especially the progress of utilization of low windspeed. […] Read more …

Bessakerfjellet wind power in Norway

Bessakerfjellet is a wind farm on the coast of the Fosen peninsula in Sør-Trøndelag county, in the middle of Norway, where the fjord meets the sea. Read more …

Hol 1 Urunda hydropower in Norway

Hol 1 Urunda is located in the southern part of Norway, midway between Oslo and Bergen. Hol is a typical mountainous region where 91% of the area is located more than 900 metres above sea level. Read more …

Kongsvinger hydropower in Norway

Kongsvinger is a run-of-river power plant in Kongsvinger in Hedmark; run-of-river plants capture the energy in rivers or streams without using reservoirs. Read more …

Skogn bioenergy in Norway

Norske Skog Skogn, founded in 1962, is one of the largest newsprint mills in Europe and serves customers worldwide. Read more …

Rendalen hydropower in Norway

Rendalen is an area with mountains, forests and the large Østerdalen valley, with farmland and small communities. Read more …

Ytre Vikna wind power in Norway

The power plant is step 1 in the development of Ytre Vikna Wind Farm, which has a licence for a capacity up to 249 MW. Read more …