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Enel wins 420 MW at Indian solar tender
Suzlon lenders agree to debt restructuring
Vestas wins 172 MW of onshore turbine orders in Vietnam and China
Japan’s NTT to invest $9bn in 7.5 GW of renewables
IEA calls for China’s ETS to play key role in clean energy
China’s CO2 emissions rose by 4-5% year on year in May, bouncing back from their temporary lockdown dip in February and March.
Renewables accounted for 40% of the global growth in primary energy in 2019
India to impose coal import ban
BHP Group could sell its Mount Arthur coal mine in Australia’s Hunter Valley region
Australia is set to add 1.2 GWh of energy storage capacity in 2020, more than double the 499 MWh installed in 2019
IRENA has called for the energy transformation to be at the heart of the sustainable recovery agenda
The IEA calls for $3 trillion of new energy investment over three years to avoid emissions bouncing back to pre-COVID-19 levels and to move towards the Paris Agreement goals
ExxonMobil could be considering a major investment in Vietnam’s gas-fired generating sector
China’s Goldwind signs 50-MW Pakistan turbine deal
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed a deal with Spectra Solar Park Ltd (SSPL) to invest $17.7mn (BDT1.33bn) in a 35-MW utility-scale solar project in Bangladesh
Seagreen Wind Energy has finalised a turbine supply contract with MHI Vestas Offshore Wind for 114 turbines for Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm.
Spain's Iberdrola has made a bid to buy Australian wind developer Infigen for A$828m ($569m)
Renewable energy is now more cost-effective than ever and provides an opportunity to put clean energy at the centre of economic recovery packages, the UN has found.
TEPCO is to invest JPY2 trillion ($18bn) by 2030 to expand its green exposure by up to 70%.
China’s monthly coal imports in May fell nearly 20% year on year
Bangladeshi and China are to create a 450-MW solar and wind joint venture that will invest $500mn in renewables capacity.
Indian ratings agency CRISIL expects 15 GW of wind-solar hybrid (WSH) projects to come online in India by 2025
Adani Green Energy has won an 8-GW contract to build solar capacity across India for state-owned Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).
Coal India Ltd's (CIL) sales fell 23.3% year on year in May