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Zimbabwe’s Rio Energy, a unit of RioZim, is to build a 2,800-MW thermal power plant with China Gezhouba Group in northern Zimbabwe at a projected cost of $3bn.
China’s Jinko Solar is part of a consortium that has made a record-breaking low bid for the Emirates Water and Electricity Company’s (EWEC) 1.5-GW Al Dhafra solar project.
HSBC has finally called a halt to its backing of coal projects, telling shareholders that it was withdrawing from coal in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Vietnam.
Decarbonising global energy systems has the potential to support the world’s economic recovery from the current coronavirus crisis
Up to 150 GW of future wind and solar capacity in the Asia-Pacific region could be at risk over the next five years because of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
India aims to boost its solar and wind manufacturing capacity in a bid to become a major global green energy hub and to win market share from China.
The global COVID-19 pandemic could cause emissions to fall by 4% in 2020
Ørsted CEO Matthias Bausenwein remains hopeful that the COVID-19 pandemic will not affect the company’s plans for Japan’s emerging offshore wind industry
The global COVID-19 pandemic could cause up to 3GW of wind and solar projects in Australia to be put on hold.
Indian power consumption falls 25%
Egypt has abandoned its plans to build 6,600 MW of coal-fired capacity at Hamrawein
innogy has joined Asia Cement Corporation’s (ACC) 448-MW Chu Feng offshore wind project
Global renewable generating capacity grew by 7.4% to 2,537 GW in 2019, bringing online 176 GW of new installations
China Three Gorges (CTG) aims to raise CNY25bn ($3.5bn) through an IPO in Shanghai to help fund the construction of up to 2.2 GW of offshore wind capacity.
The Saudi-led oil glut leaves the energy transition and decarbonisation efforts hanging in the balance
The previously ambitious growth forecasts for solar and wind for 2020 now face being wiped out
China’s GCL System Integration Technology (GCL-SI) is to spend $2.5bn on constructing a 60-GW capacity solar module factory
Vestas has announced three major turbine deals in China in the last week amounting to a combined 363 MW
Japan has failed to commit to more emissions reductions in its NDC, while insisting it is on course to meet its 2030 commitments
Coal power construction fell sharply for the fourth year in a row in 2019, with African coal facing weaker political support
The global wind sector added 60.4 GW of new capacity in 2019, 19% more than 2018 installations, with 6.1 GW added offshore.
The current global COVID-19 crisis has highlighted how much the modern economy relies on electricity, the IEA has claimed.