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A record 26 GW of wind, utility-scale solar and battery storage came online in 2020, according to the American Clean Power Association’s new 2020 annual report. This brought clean power in the US to a cumulative total of 170 GW.
Heat intensity of infernos measured with satellite data reportedly four times higher than anything on record for the nation.
Gary Gensler, chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has said that he prefers mandatory disclosure on climate risk and that he has asked agency staff to develop a rule by the end of 2021.
Kenyan state generator KenGen aims to install 682 MW of new geothermal capacity over the next four years in a bid to meet rising demand and achieve a new source of cheap electricity.
Offshore wind has the potential to accelerate the energy transition and allow G20 countries to build a resilient and sustainable energy system.
Spain’s Acciona Energía has commissioned its Malgarida photovoltaic complex (238 MW) in the Atacama desert in Chile.
Enel Green Power RSA’s 140-MW Oyster Bay wind farm, in South Africa’s Kouga municipality in the Eastern Cape, has begun commercial operation.
Italy’s Eni is to buy 1,200 MW of Spanish wind and solar projects from Madrid-based European private equity manager Azora for an undisclosed price.