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Nigeria’s Sunnyfred Global has signed an agreement with the Singaporean company B&S Power Holding to finance and build a 200-MW solar PV plant in Ashama, Delta State, in what would be the largest solar power plant in West Africa.
South Africa’s Eskom is expected to complete its unbundling into separate transmission, generation and distribution divisions by December 2022, the country’s National Treasury said this week.
Revego Africa Energy Fund, an investor in South African renewable projects, is looking to raise as much as ZAR1.5bn ($102mn) by April.
Africa offers considerable solar potential if governments can put in place the right policies and grid resilience is improved
Australian energy infrastructure operator APA Group has unveiled plans to convert a 43-km section of a natural gas pipeline in Western Australia into the country’s first fully hydrogen-ready transmission pipeline.
Federal regulators are investigating the recent deadly Texas grid massacre, in which the deregulated and isolated Texas electricity system ground to a halt because of Arctic temperatures. Texas is usually one of the hottest states in the US.
Floating offshore could be the next frontier in wind power development in Asia-Pacific, said Wood Mackenzie, with capex costs set to fall by 40% to average $3mn per MW by 2025-2030.
GE Renewable Energy is to install 15 units of its 4MW-137 wind turbines to the Cau Dat wind farm in Vietnam’s Lâm Đồng Province.
India’s solar and wind growth is not fast enough to meet the government’s capacity targets
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Norwegian renewable developer Scatec and local partner Nizam Energy have secured a $100mn financial closure for the 150-MW Sukkur solar project in Pakistan’s Sindh Province.
Solar PV capacity additions could be as high as 209 GW in 2021, compared with 141 GW in 2020, new research from Bloomberg New Energy Finance forecasts.
SSE Renewables, Acciona team up to target renewables in Portugal
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