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Siemens Gamesa delivers turbines to Djibouti’s 59-MW Goubet wind farm

19 February 2021

Siemens Gamesa has this week delivered all the components for 17 of its SG3.4-132 turbines that it will install at its 59-MW Goubet wind farm in Djibouti, despite the challenging conditions caused by COVID-19.

Daystar to seek $100m over three years for West African solar projects

19 February 2021

West Africa hybrid solar power solutions provider Daystar Power plans to raise about $100m within the next three years to satisfy existing client demand.

Japan to provide $240mn to boost Egypt’s green reputation

18 February 2021

Japan is to provide $240mn of development finance to Egypt in a bid to boost green growth and sustainable development while also combating climate change and helping fund the post-COVID-19 recovery.

US, Shell to provide $145mn to support Africa’s private power sector

18 February 2021

The US Development Finance Corporation (DFC) and the Shell Foundation have signed a partnership to strengthen their investments in renewable energy in Africa and Asia.

South Korea's power output falls again in 2020

17 February 2021

South Korea's electricity generation fell for the second consecutive year in 2020 as demand dipped amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Israel awards 609 MW of solar PV at second tender

17 February 2021

Israel has awarded 608.95 MW of PV capacity and 2,400 MWh of storage at a price of 0.1745 ($0.0544) per kWh during its second ever solar-plus-storage tender.

China plans to raise green purchases to 40% by 2030

17 February 2021

China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) is to force regional grid firms to buy at least 40% of their power from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030 in order to meet the country’s climate targets, Reuters reported.

US President Joe Biden unveils his third climate plan

17 February 2021

US President Joe Biden unveiled his third climate plan on 11 February. The White House has authorised the establishment of a Climate Innovation Working Group in a bid that Biden’s administration says will create jobs and tackle the climate crisis.

Texas grid massacre

17 February 2021

An arctic-like and deadly deep freeze in Texas has left the grid in chaos, forcing rolling blackouts as power production plummets and residents crank up their heating and prompting conservative politicians to blame renewable energy.

Chinese wind turbine manufacturer Goldwind surpasses 1 GW of wind turbine capacity in North America

17 February 2021

The North American subsidiary of Goldwind Science & Technology of China, has exceeded a total of 1 GW total wind turbine capacity in the US and Canada with the delivery of more than 400 MW of wind turbines in 2020 and early.

Floating offshore wind could arrive in California this decade

17 February 2021

Offshore wind projects with floating foundations may be arriving this decade in California, the cradle of the global modern wind industry back in the 1970s.

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