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Legislation that would drive up wind and solar power costs should not be passed, Amazon, Google and other large companies are telling the Texas governor in the wake of the big freeze in February that sent the state’s grid into disarray.
A member of President Joe Biden’s cabinet has again emphasised in a high-profile interview that President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan will help in the administration’s aggressive fight against climate change.
Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power has finalised the project agreements for Egypt’s 200-MW Kom Ombo solar PV plant.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres has called for all countries to support Africa’s efforts to limit the effects of climate change and to invest $100bn in the continent’s green energy industry.
South Africa aims to reduce its annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to 398-440mn tonnes per year by 2030, 28% less than its 2015-set targets.
A string of massive environmental disasters in 2020 and the increasing awareness that Russia’s permafrost is melting have put the climate crisis on Russia’s table and the Kremlin is responding.
Ørsted has signed an agreement with Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) to sell 50% of Ørsted's 752-MW Borssele 1 & 2 offshore wind farm.
261 GW of new renewable power generating capacity was added globally in 2020, beating the previous record annual increase by almost 50%.
UAE-based Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar) has signed an implementation agreement with the Uzbek government to extend the capacity of its 500-MW wind farm to 1.5 GW.
Denmark’s Orsted has detailed plans to develop a 1-GW electrolyser plant powered by offshore wind as part of its SeaH2Land industrial green hydrogen project on the Dutch-Belgian border.
India’s Azure Power is to sell its non-core solar rooftop portfolio to renewable energy supplier Radiance Renewables in a deal worth IN$5.4bn ($73.5mn)
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has been contracted by German energy company RWE to provide 100 turbines for the 1.4-GW Sofia offshore wind power project located off the UK’s north-east coast on Dogger Bank in the North Sea.
Mumbai-based solar panel glass manufacturer Borosil Renewables says it plans to invest INR5bn ($68.2mn) to double production to 900 tonnes per day.
The Russian Economic Development Ministry and the authorities in Sakhalin region have proposed fines of RUB150-2,000 ($2-25) per tonne for companies that exceed proposed new GHG emissions quotas.