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.
Newmont Mining Corporation, one of the world’s largest gold producers and sustainability leaders, has deployed Cambridge Energy’s redeployable NOMAD solar PV tracker to demonstrate lower-cost renewable electricity and to offset energy demand at its Akyem operation in Ghana.