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NextEra Energy Partners will purchase 2.52 GW of long-term contracted renewable energy projects and approximately 115 MW of integrated battery storage from NextEra Energy.
Power utility Energias de Portugal (EDP) said it plans to invest GBP12.86bn ($17.65bn) in wind and solar projects in the UK by 2030.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas plans to install its V236-15-MW offshore prototype wind turbine at the Østerild National test centre for large wind turbines in Denmark.
UK electrolyser producer ITM Power has announced the placement of capital of GBP250mn ($343mn) to finance a major increase in its green hydrogen electrolyser production capacity.
Country looks at natural gas as a transition fuel, but building a nuclear power plant may become an inevitability despite public’s misgivings.
Egypt plans to increase share of green projects to 50%-60% of all state capex investments by FY2024/2025
In California, the State Lands Commission has voted to authorise the preparation of an environmental impact report for two proposed offshore wind projects in state waters off Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County in Central California.
In a resolution on the EU’s strategy for cutting methane emissions, MEPs voted 563 to 122 in favour of introducing binding measures and targets on methane abatement, in order to significantly reduce emissions by 2030, in line with Paris goals.
Ukraine continues energy independence drive by selling two permits for hydrocarbon production and seeks to develop biomethane in the country
Ukraine continues energy independence drive by selling two permits for hydrocarbon production and seeks to develop biomethane in the country.
Industrial logging in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) may severely disturb rainfall patterns across sub-Saharan Africa by bringing extreme weather including intense droughts and flash floods.
The first offshore wind project to be built in the Lithuanian sector of the Baltic Sea could comprise wind turbines of up to 16MW each, with at least 43 units installed at a designated site approximately 29km offshore.
Studies reveal Turkmenistan accounted for more than half of world’s most severe methane emissions in 2019
Colombia may be hard-pressed to focus on blue hydrogen projects, given that domestic gas demand is rising while production trends downward.
Finland's Solar Water Solutions (SWS) intends to build 10 solar water treatment units in the Guelmim Oued Noun region in southern Morocco, according to a statement by the firm.
Danish turbine manufacturer Vestas has revealed that its plans will consolidate its China (CHI) and Asia Pacific (ASP) regions into one, strong business region covering the Greater Asia region to be known as Asia Pacific (APAC).
South Korean civil society groups have called on the government to accelerate the retirement of existing coal plants and block the construction of new projects.