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The sea ice surrounding Antarctic is at a staggeringly low level, say scientists.
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Danish renewables developer Ørsted will co-develop a portfolio of Irish solar projects in a partnership with renewable energy company Terra Solar, headquartered in Dublin.
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Northland Power has inked a credit arrangement has been inked for the under-construction Baltic Power wind farm off Poland, securing $5.2 billion in non-recourse green financing.
Officials from the Ukrainian government, Ukraine’s transmission system operator Ukrenergo and Notus Energy Group of Germany have signed a declaration that they intend to build up to 1 GW of wind on the abandoned Chernobyl site.
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