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Azelio, JET ENERGY to roll out solar storage tech in Africa

22 October 2020

Sweden’s Azelio has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Morocco-based JET ENERGY to explore energy storage projects with Azelio’s TES.POD technology in Francophone Africa.

Engie, OffGridBox to pioneer solar container project in Rwanda

22 October 2020

France’s Engie and African solar-kit provider OffGridBox are to work together to supply electricity, drinking water and Wi-Fi in Rwanda by uniting their expertise in decentralised energy and container-based solar systems.

Scatec Solar raises African exposure with acquisition of SN Power

22 October 2020

Norway’s Scatec Solar has bought SN Power, a leading hydropower developer and IPP, from the Norfund in a $1.16bn deal that gives it access to 1.4 GW of hydro assets in Uganda, the Philippines and Laos.

Green energy leapfrogs fossil fuels for first time in Europe

22 October 2020

Renewables accounted for more electricity than fossil fuels in the European Union for the first time ever in the first half of 2020, according to data from the think-tank Ember.

Egypt begins work on 2,000-MW wind complex

22 October 2020

Egyptian Electricity and Renewable Energy Minister Mohamed Shaker said that work had begun to build 2,000-MW of new onshore wind capacity in the Red Sea Governorate, adding that 500 MW had already been earmarked for development by Siemens.

Merit SI completes solar plant for Enbridge compressor station

22 October 2020

Houston-based sustainable infrastructure company Merit SI announced last week that it had completed construction on a solar power plant that will directly help power a compressor station on a natural gas pipeline.

Marubeni, CEP.Energy begins development of battery-based virtual power plant

21 October 2020

SmartestEnergy Australia, owned by Japan’s Marubeni, has signed a memorandum of understanding with Australian renewables fund CEP.Energy to embark on the creation of one of the world’s largest energy battery banks.

Japan makes plans for net zero pledge for 2050

21 October 2020

Japan’s government will next week pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050, Nikkei reported on October 21.

Iberdrola buys PNM Resources to create new US green utility giant

21 October 2020

Spain’s Iberdrola has bought New Mexico-based PNM Resources in a deal that creates the third largest renewables generator in the US with 10.9 GW of capacity.

Solar to drive 58% growth in Asia-Pacific renewables by 2025

21 October 2020

Renewable capacity in the Asia-Pacific region is set to rise by 60% to 815 GW by 2025, with solar power surpassing wind as the main driver of growth.

BayWa r.e. to develop pioneering SinneWetterstof hydrogen pilot project in Netherlands

21 October 2020

German green developer BayWa r.e. and its Dutch subsidiary GroenLeven aim to build the SinneWetterstof hydrogen pilot project together with Dutch grid operator Alliander.

Kenya opens 105-MW Menengaï geothermal plant

15 October 2020

Kenya’s state-owned Geothermal Development Co. (GDC) has opened the 105-MW Menengaï geothermal power plant.

Mainstream secures $280mn of mezzanine financing to fund 100-MW Copihue wind farm in Chile

15 October 2020

Mainstream Renewable Power has $280mn in financing to fund construction of the Andes Renovables scheme in Chile.

China’s net zero goal to cost $5 trillion

15 October 2020

China would need to invest over $5 trillion if it is to achieve its recently announced goal of net zero emissions by 2060.

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