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Kenyan utility advances renewable energy capacity with plans to connect 42.5-MW solar power plant

18 July 2024

Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) is advancing its renewable energy capacity with plans to connect a new 42.5-megawatt solar power plant to the national grid by 2027,

Fertiglobe set to supply renewable ammonia to Europe

18 July 2024

UAE-based petrochemicals company Fertiglobe has won a contract to supply 397,000 tonnes of renewable ammonia to the European Union by 2033.

Argentina’s YPF expands clean energy ventures amidst LNG plant negotiations

18 July 2024

YPF, in the midst of deliberations with Petronas regarding the location of a $30bn LNG plant, the largest private investment in Argentine history, is also forging ahead with its renewable energy initiatives.

Malaysia's Leader Energy gets funding for Vietnam renewables investment

18 July 2024

Malaysia-based Leader Energy Holding Bhd, a subsidiary of HNG Capital, has secured a $23.32mn loan from HSBC Bank Limited to support its solar projects in Vietnam

Engie Chile expands energy storage footprint with BESS projects

18 July 2024

Engie's Chilean operations, a branch of the French multinational, are advancing their initiatives in energy storage systems based on Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) technology across the country.

Western Balkans can skip gas and move straight to renewables, says Bankwatch

18 July 2024

NGO CEE Bankwatch says anticipated solar and wind projects in the region are expected to generate four times more electricity over their lifetimes than prospective gas-fired power plants.

Cement company SIG and state-owned electricity company PLN strengthen synergy for green industry transition

18 July 2024

PT Semen Indonesia Tbk and PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara are intensifying their collaboration to accelerate the energy transition towards a green industry through low-carbon business processes and operations

Australia approves world's largest renewable energy project, to supply countries including Singapore

18 July 2024

The Northern Territory in Australia has granted environmental approval for the SunCable Australia-Asia PowerLink project, the largest renewable energy and transmission initiative globally

Paris Agreement’s carbon budget all spent in growing number of developed countries

17 July 2024

A carbon emission budget built into the 2015 Paris Agreement to buy the world some time before environmental catastrophe strikes has already been exhausted by some of world’s biggest carbon emitters and we are burning through what remains too fast.

Brazil set to surpass 47 GW in solar generation capacity by end of 2024

17 July 2024

Brazil is poised to close out 2024 with over 47 GW of installed solar generation capacity, according to projections from the Brazilian Photovoltaic Solar Energy Association (Absolar).

Panama approves $10bn biofuels project led by US firm SGP BioEnergy

17 July 2024

Panama's government has given the green light to a $10bn biofuels project owned by US firm SGP BioEnergy, awaiting a final investment decision that is expected by year-end.

Morocco allocates 1mn hectares of land for green hydrogen projects

17 July 2024

Morocco is currently accelerating its transition plan to boost its green economy by allocating nearly 1mn hectares of land for green hydrogen projects, PM Aziz Akhannouch said in a statement quoted by news state agency MAP.

BP joins Egyptian green hydrogen consortium

17 July 2024

British Petroleum has entered into a joint development agreement to potentially develop a multi-phase green hydrogen project in Egypt along with existing consortium members Masdar, Infinity Power and Hassan Allam Utilities.

World Bank says Western Balkans must invest $37bn to protect region from climate change impact

17 July 2024

Region increasingly plagued by floods, drought, heatwaves and forest fires.

Brazil gears up for hydrogen regulation

17 July 2024

Brazil’s Petroleum Agency (ANP) is preparing to regulate the hydrogen market, but a lack of resources may hinder these efforts.

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