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Saudi Arabian company to invest in construction of 1,500 MW power plant in Uzbekistan’s Syrdarya Region
Indian contractor Larsen & Toubro (L&T) and advisors from Russia’s Rosatom have successfully installed the metal cladding for the reactor pressure vessel in Unit 3 of the Kudankulam NPP.
The governments of Estonia and Latvia have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly develop an offshore wind farm in the Gulf of Riga that could meet up to 40% of Estonia’s annual electricity consumption.
Russian PV manufacturer Hevel Group has begun the construction of several off-grid solar parks in Russia’s Far East.
It’s clear most of Turkey’s planned coal-fired power plants are not being constructed says head of chamber of environmental engineers
Italian-owned utility Enel Russia asks for modernisation rules to be relaxed so it can use a spare 440MW turbine
Global offshore wind capacity is to continue growing in 2020 despite COVID-19
German-backed Vetroelektrana Grebak is to begin building the $78.7mn, 50-MW Grebak wind farm in Bosnia's Nevesinje municipality in October, the energy ministry of Bosnia's Serb Republic said.
Significant rainfall reduction in Tajikistan’s Pamir mountains hit country’s hopes for electricity export to Pakistan, perhaps undercutting potential of “TAJIKI bond” financed Roghun hydropower dam project.
Operations at the first unit of the new Belarusian nuclear power plant (NPP) in Ostrovets, near the Belarusian-Lithuanian border, are being launched early and slated to start in the next few days