REM - Renewable Energy

4 February 2021

Siemens Gamesa secures 100-MW offshore order from Vietnam

3 February 2021

Siemens Gamesa is to build the 100-MW Tra Vinh Dong Hai 1 wind farm in Vietnam, the country’s largest nearshore facility to date.

Highland Infrastructure brings in Modern Energy Management to build 250 MW in Philippines

3 February 2021

Singapore-based Modern Energy Management (MEM) has been appointed as owner’s representative and technical advisor for Highland Infrastructure’s flagship 250-MW wind project in the Philippines.

Vestas wins turbine orders in UK, Ireland

3 February 2021

Vestas has secured an order for the 75-MW Cloncreen project in Ireland from the Irish utility Bord na Móna, and has also won a 36-MW order from ERG for the second phase of the Sandy Knowe wind project in Scotland.

Siemens Gamesa says Biden to boost US offshore wind

2 February 2021

The Spanish wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa says the new US presidency of Joe Biden will boost its prospects.

Miners tap Western Balkans for crucial EV battery ingredient lithium

1 February 2021

Demand for lithium is set to increase strongly, driven by the growing electric vehicle market as well as electronics and renewables.

Massive SK Innovation investment strengthens Hungary's position in electric car batteries

1 February 2021

Korean €2.3bn investment will be Hungary's largest and will help move country's automotive sector away from reliance on petrol-based technologies.

BP formalises entry into US offshore wind

31 January 2021

The oil supermajor BP has formalised its 50:50 partnership with Equinor in offshore wind in the United States.

South Africa set for new capacity and tariff reforms

29 January 2021

South Africa plans to procure 6,800 MW of renewable capacity over the next year through a total of three procurement rounds, in addition to 5,000 MW of new coal, gas and storage capacity.

Enel, Rosnano to develop green hydrogen production at Murmansk wind farm

28 January 2021

Italian-owned Enel Russia and state-run Rosnano are considering a joint project to produce up to 12,000 tonnes per year of green hydrogen at Enel Russia’s 201-MW wind farm in Murmansk, which is set to open in December 2021.

Sumitomo to stop investing in new oil development projects

28 January 2021

Japanese trading house Sumitomo Corp. has said it will stop investing in new oil development projects as it shifts away from fossil fuels businesses amid a global push to cut greenhouse gas emissions, the Nikkei reported.