The pioneering deployment of Cambridge Energy’s NOMAD by ResourcesWA and CrossBoundary Energy is set to revolutionise renewable energy for Australian mining and resources operations – demonstrating the potential to execute projects simply, cost-effectively, and with less risk.
Cambridge Energy Partners and its subsidiary, Nomad Energy, today announced that they are joining forces under the new name, Cambridge Energy. Launching with a new brand and website, Cambridge Energy unites the companies in a mission to democratise access to secure, clean and affordable energy.
Cambridge Energy announced today the supply of 8.5 MW of its NOMAD solar trackers to Torex Gold (TSX:TXG). The mining company has funded the project via a 10-year lease agreement from Scatec (OSC:SCATC), who is deploying the NOMAD to overcome installation and project-life hurdles as part of its Release solution.
We’re delighted to announce our Spanish manufacturing plant – operating under our subsidiary NOMAD Energy SL – has achieved ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 certifications from United Registrar of Systems Ltd (URS). This marks a successful end to the first phase of our global manufacturing ambitions.
We’re excited to announce the signing of a cooperation agreement with Scatec Solar (OSE:SSO), a large Norwegian independent power producer. Under the agreement, Scatec Solar will use our movable solar tracker to offer short-term off-take agreements to commercial and industrial customers worldwide.
We’re proud to announce the successful installation and testing of our novel NOMAD solar PV tracker in Whitehorse, Canada. The single-axis tracker was installed by Solvest Inc. – the largest installer of solar energy across the Canadian north.