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The European Investment Bank is to lend $12.5mn to France’s ENGIE to fund the installation of 240,000 solar home systems in Uganda
African solar developer REDAVIA has received €1.5mn ($1.73mn) as its first catalyst loan from Nordic Development Fund-backed Energy and Environment Partnership Trust Fund (EEP Africa).
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India could reach 510-GW green target by 2030
South Korea takes green steps
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners commits to 3.5-GW wind farm in Vietnam
UK’s largest pension scheme to divest from fossil fuels
Argentina opens 203.4-MW San Jorge and El Mataco wind farms
The Australian government has lent its support to Sun Cable’s proposed Australian-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL), which aims to send electricity from the world’s largest battery and solar farm to Asian markets.
Standard Bank calls for green and flexible energy systems in Africa
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