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Equinor wins 2,500 MW of US wind licences

15 January 2021

New York State has awarded Equinor and its partner bp licences for 2,490 MW of offshore wind capacity at the Empire Wind 2 and Beacon Wind 1 projects.

Africa’s electricity unlikely to go green this decade

15 January 2021

Research from the University of Oxford predicts that total electricity generation across the African continent will double by 2030, with fossil fuels continuing to dominate the energy mix.

Globeleq takes over Nigerian generator CPGNL

15 January 2021

Africa-focused IPP Globeleq is to take a 74% majority equity stake in Nigeria’s CPGNL Ltd (CPGNL), which will be rebranded as Globeleq Power Solutions Nigeria Ltd.

AfDB to mobilise $6.5bn to fight climate change and boost sustainability

14 January 2021

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has pledged to mobilise up to $6.5bn in funding for the Sahel region's Great Green Wall Initiative.

KOGAS launches new hydrogen unit

14 January 2021

South Korea’s state-owned KOGAS said on January 11 that it had launched a new hydrogen strategy as it aims to decarbonise its gas operations.

JinkoSolar aims to open world’s largest solar cell manufacturing facility

14 January 2021

JinkoSolar has recently started construction of a 20-GW large-scale solar cell manufacturing base in Chuxiong, Yunnan Province, China, which once completed will become the world’s largest single cell production plant.

Rosatom opens 210-MW wind farm in Russia

14 January 2021

Rosatom opens 210-MW wind farm in Russia

Siemens Gamesa, Siemens Energy to develop offshore green hydrogen production

14 January 2021

Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy have unveiled plans to work together to develop a new green hydrogen production technology using offshore wind turbines.

Hydro lobby talks up benefits in Western Balkans

14 January 2021

The International Hydropower Association (IHA), Albanian Power Corporation (KESH) and the Swiss government have launched a new campaign to improve the environmental sustainability of hydro projects in the Western Balkans.

Bangladesh’s 35-MW Spectra Solar Park comes online

14 January 2021

Bangladesh’s Spectra Solar Park Ltd has opened a 35-MW solar project funded by the ADB, Germany’s KfW and the Canadian Climate Fund for the Private Sector in Asia.

Broad US federal climate and energy legislation are now a strong possibility

13 January 2021

With the US presidency and both houses of Congress soon to be in Democratic hands, broad climate and clean-energy legislation is far more likely. Joe Biden will become President on 20 January, and he is expected to move quickly on climate issues.

Mayflower offshore wind project to drop price of electricity

13 January 2021

Electricity from the 804-MW Mayflower Wind project, to be located off Massachusetts in the US, will now be cheaper than ever. Because of the recent extension of federal tax credits, Mayflower Wind’s price should drop to $70.26 per MWh.

Enel, Qatar Investment Authority to develop renewables in Africa

7 January 2021

Enel Green Power has farmed in a subsidiary of Qatar Investment Authority into its 800-MW renewables pipeline in South Africa and Zambia.

Siemens Gamesa seals first wind project in Ethiopia

7 January 2021

Siemens Gamesa has signed its first wind power project in Ethiopia with state-owned utility Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP).

Nigeria to begin $1.6bn power investment in 2021

7 January 2021

The Nigerian government is confident that the World Bank-backed $1.6bn investment in the country’s transmission work will begin to be felt this year, with up to 7,000MW available through the grid.

US extends subsidies for renewable energy

7 January 2021

The US Congress has passed extensions to tax credits for wind power and solar projects. The $2.3 trillion US Stimulus bill, signed into law by President Donald Trump, includes extensions to the federal production and investment tax credits.

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