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South African listed energy company Kibo Energy signed heads of terms with London’s Aim-listed EQTEC, advancing its energy-from-waste portfolio.
First green Eurobond from the Western Balkans to finance environmental protection and climate change mitigation projects as Serbia pursues green transition.
The Egyptian Electricity Transmission (EETC) has accepted ACWA Power’s request to postpone the 200-MW solar plant project at Kom Ombo in southern Egypt because of the high cost of transport and the prices of solar cells.
The US has agreed to support Algeria’s modernisation of its national grid and the transition to a greener power sector.
Vestas has secured a 50-MW order from German developer wpd for Taiwan’s Chuangwei 2, Leadway 2 and Hsinyuan wind farms.
Australia’s SunDrive said this week that it had set a new world record for solar cell efficiency
Denmark-based Ørsted and Vietnam’s T&T are to launch a strategic partnership on offshore wind in Vietnam.
A group of leading green energy developers has identified the need for a close alliance between solar and wind in order to meet global climate goals and to achieve a just transition away from fossil fuels.
Indian Power and Renewable Energy Minister Raj Kumar Singh has urged the US to join the Indian-led International Solar Alliance (ISA) as New Delhi seeks to boost its global renewables reputation.
The global pipeline of proposed coal power plants has collapsed by 76% since the Paris Agreement in 2015, bringing the end of new coal power construction into sight, new research by green think-tank E3G finds.
Turkish officials hatch plan to lay floating solar panels on lakes and reservoirs vulnerable to evaporation
EBRD to back green transition, private sector competitiveness in new country strategy for Montenegro
Japan’s Ministry of Industry and Trade (METI) is to open bidding for 360 MW of offshore wind capacity in the north of the country.
The Gambia has become a surprising global climate champion, as it has been adjudged to be the only country with a climate action plan that is consistent with the Paris Agreement 1.5˚C warming limit.
The Responsible Offshore Development Alliance (RODA), a broad membership-based coalition of fishing industry associations and fishing companies, has sued in federal court over the approval of the 800-MW Vineyard 1 wind project off Massachusetts.
Vineyard Wind has announced that the 800-MW Vineyard Wind 1 offshore wind project has achieved financial close.
A bill accelerating offshore wind development off California is headed to Governor Gavin Newsom’s desk for signature into law.
Finland’s Betolar is pioneering the production of low-carbon cement by using alternative industrial waste products in a process that could reduce CO2 emissions by up to 80%.