2021, January, 21, 14:00:00AKER, MAINSTREAM ACQUISITION €900 MLN
Mainstream Renewable Power is the largest independent developer in Chile and has significant assets in Africa.
2021, January, 19, 13:30:00SCOTLAND WIND POWER 10 GW
In October 2020, the Scottish government raised its target for offshore wind power capacity by 2030 from 8 GW to 11 GW.
2021, January, 18, 12:50:00DENMARK'S WIND PARK 1 GW $2.5 BLN
The Thor wind park will be built off the coast of Thorsminde at an estimated cost of DKK 15.5 billion (USD 2.53bn/EUR 2.08bn).
2021, January, 18, 12:40:00THE NEW ENGIE'S RENEWABLES CAPACITY 3 GW
At the end of 2020, Engie's gross renewable energy capacity amounted to 31 GW, including 57% of hydropower and 43 % of wind and solar.
2021, January, 18, 12:35:00THE NEW U.S. WIND CAPACITY 2.5 GW
The execution of the award is subject to negotiating a power purchase agreement (PPA), Equinor said on Wednesday.
2021, January, 14, 13:35:00WIND FARM IN RUSSIA
In December 2020, ROSATOM commissioned the largest wind farm in Russia.
2021, January, 13, 13:15:00BRITAIN'S RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY 37%
Renewable power generation in Britain accounted for 37.3% of total production in 2020 (24.8% from wind, 6.5% from biomass, 4.4% from solar, and 1.6% from hydro).
2021, January, 12, 11:14:00POWER WEEK ASIA 2021: Lifelike Virtual Conference for Power & Energy Experts
The 6th annual POWER WEEK ASIA Virtual Conference (15 - 18 March 2021) is now open for registration. Across 4 days, we will be broadcasting live interactive presentations, in-depth panel discussions, and networking sessions from leading experts across the world.
2021, January, 12, 11:13:00POWER WEEK AFRICA 2021: An Interactive Virtual Summit for Power & Energy Professionals
Specially designed for the African electric power & energy industry, POWER WEEK AFRICA (20 - 23 April 2021) is the 3rd annual international virtual conference delivering a unique experience for each day of the event.
2021, January, 12, 11:10:00THE NEW U.S. RENEWABLES WILL UP BY 27.6 GW
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest inventory of electricity generators, developers and power plant owners plan for 39.7 gigawatts (GW) of new electricity generating capacity to start commercial operation in 2021.
2021, January, 11, 12:30:00THE NEW U.S. RENEWABLES UP 71%
Combined, they accounted for almost 71% (14,734 MW) of the 20,803 MW of new utility-scale capacity reported to have been added thus far in 2020. Year-to-date, wind (8,042 MW) and solar (6,485 MW) have each contributed more new generating capacity than has natural gas (6,039 MW).
2021, January, 11, 12:25:00THREE KEYS FOR CLIMATE GOALS
There are three primary keys to achieving climate goals: decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation.
2020, December, 29, 11:30:00GREECE RENEWABLE INVESTMENT $2.5 BLN
The four projects call for a combined investment of EUR 2.02 billion (USD 2.47bn),
2020, December, 22, 13:25:00CHINA'S NON-FOSSIL ENERGY
China has been increasing the overall utilization rate of renewable energy, with the national average consumption rate of wind power reaching 96 percent, that of solar photovoltaic power hitting 98 percent, and that of water energy in major river basins reaching 96 percent in 2019,
2020, December, 18, 11:30:00WIND POWER FOR INEOS 198 GWH
From next year, chemicals maker Ineos will be buying 198 GWh of power annually from the 219-MW Northwester 2 offshore wind park in Belgian waters.