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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is organising a $42.6mn financing package for the construction of a 76-MW peak solar plant in Kazakhstan’s Karaganda region.
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US-based GE has said it is to stop building coal-fired power plants and will concentrate instead on renewables and gas-fired generation.
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