EDF Renewables North America Signs Agreement with Southern California Public Power Authority for Photovoltaic Solar+Storage Energy Project

EDF Renewables North America today announced a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA) for a portion of the Bonanza Solar and Storage project. The carbon-free electricity generated by the 125 MWac solar photovoltaic (PV) system and 65 MW 4-hour Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) is guaranteed to begin delivery … Continue reading EDF Renewables North America Signs Agreement with Southern California Public Power Authority for Photovoltaic Solar+Storage Energy Project

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Laos proposes to sell 4,150 MW of wind power to Vietnam

Vietnam Electricity (EVN) has received proposals from seven wind farm investors in Laos that want to sell electricity to Vietnam, with a total capacity of nearly 4,150 MW, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has said. An operational wind power plant in Quang Tri province. (Photo: VNA)Hanoi (VNS/VNA) – Vietnam Electricity (EVN) has received … Continue reading Laos proposes to sell 4,150 MW of wind power to Vietnam

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European first-of-its kind photovoltaic (PV), wind power & storage combination

Global renewable energy company BayWa r.e. and Ampt, the #1 DC optimizer company for large-scale photovoltaic (PV) systems, announce the successful deployment of a unique combination of wind and solar generation together with battery storage within the microgrid at the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (ICT) campus in Pfinztal, Germany. BayWa r.e. installed three new rooftop arrays … Continue reading European first-of-its kind photovoltaic (PV), wind power & storage combination

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EDP Renewables secures largest Singapore public tender to install up to 200 MWp solar photovoltaic capacity

EDP Renewables (Euronext: EDPR), a global leader in renewable energy development, has been awarded Phase 8 of the SolarNova program, a Singapore public tender to select a developer of distributed solar energy. The auction was jointly led by Singapore’s Housing and Development Board and Singapore’s Economic Development Board. The company commits to deliver a minimum tender … Continue reading EDP Renewables secures largest Singapore public tender to install up to 200 MWp solar photovoltaic capacity

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Wind energy records for a February month in Portugal and France

In the week of February 19, European electricity market prices fell compared to the previous week, with the MIBEL market showing the lowest prices. The increase in wind energy production and the decrease in gas and CO2 prices favored this behavior. Portugal and France registered the highest wind energy production for a February month, and … Continue reading Wind energy records for a February month in Portugal and France

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Iberdrola will build the largest photovoltaic plant in Italy

Iberdrola has signed an agreement with IB Vogt for the construction of a 245 MW photovoltaic project in Sicily, to which a further 60 MW could be added, bringing the total to 305 MW. In any case, the initial project has sufficient capacity to cover the needs of more than 140,000 families with emission-free green … Continue reading Iberdrola will build the largest photovoltaic plant in Italy

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AES awards TSK a 460 MW hybrid photovaltaic solar project (260 PV+200 BESS)

This new award in Puerto Rico is in addition to the plants executed by AES in the Dominican Republic, strengthening the alliance with the American energy company, which has a strong presence in the Caribbean region. The MARAHU project consists of two photovoltaic plants located in the south of Puerto Rico. The first facility will … Continue reading AES awards TSK a 460 MW hybrid photovaltaic solar project (260 PV+200 BESS)

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Naturgy increases its investment by 53% to 3 billion, focusing on energy transition and Spain

Naturgy improved its EBITDA in 2023 to 5,475 million euros (+11%) and recorded a net profit of 1.986 billion (+20%), in a year marked by falling energy prices and a volatile scenario. The networks business obtained an EBITDA of 2,638 million (+7%) and the deregulated businesses, 2.949 billion (+15%). Some 90% of the investment was … Continue reading Naturgy increases its investment by 53% to 3 billion, focusing on energy transition and Spain

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RWE set up new team to deliver Offshore Wind Fleet Servicing

RWE, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, is to establish an initial 30 person dedicated Fleet Servicing Team for the UK and Germany to support its growing international offshore wind fleet. Initially focused on five operational projects off the UK and German coasts, the team will secure new, long term jobs, and have … Continue reading RWE set up new team to deliver Offshore Wind Fleet Servicing

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The regulation for offshore wind power in Spain, published

The Spanish Government launches the long-awaited regulation for offshore wind Last week we were talking about how the legislation on offshore wind in Spain was taking longer than desired. And also that it was expected to be published in the coming weeks. Well, it seems that the Ministry must have heard our prayers because yesterday … Continue reading The regulation for offshore wind power in Spain, published

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China needs huge expansion of photovoltaic solar, wind power to reach climate goals

China will need to expand its current solar and wind energy capacity by eight- to tenfold to fulfill its 2060 carbon neutrality goals, a University of California-led study has found. Achieving these aims will also require large-scale construction of transmission lines, as well as more coordinated national-level policies in place of impromptu local decisions, according … Continue reading China needs huge expansion of photovoltaic solar, wind power to reach climate goals

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Vestas wins order for 153 MW of wind in the US

Vestas has received an order for 153 MW to power an undisclosed wind farm in the United States. The order consists of 34 V150-4.5 MW wind turbines. The orders include the supply, delivery and commissioning of the wind turbines, as well as a multi-year Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement, designed to ensure … Continue reading Vestas wins order for 153 MW of wind in the US

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North Africa’s Renewable Potential and Strategic Location Reinforce Its Role in Energy Transition

North Africa – Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, and Sudan – faces significant challenges due to climate change, which increasingly disrupts the region’s economies that rely on agriculture, fishery and tourism. Climate mitigation efforts, including renewable energy deployment is therefore crucial for the region’s climate resilience, while further developing their economies. Fortunately, the region is … Continue reading North Africa’s Renewable Potential and Strategic Location Reinforce Its Role in Energy Transition

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New Study Finds Treasury’s Proposed Time-Matching Rules Would Stifle Adoption of Green Hydrogen

As the comments period comes to a close on the U.S. Treasury Department’s proposed guidance on clean energy investment and production tax credits for green hydrogen projects, a new study conducted by global energy and natural resources research and consulting firm Wood Mackenzie and commissioned by the American Clean Power Association (ACP) shows the Administration’s … Continue reading New Study Finds Treasury’s Proposed Time-Matching Rules Would Stifle Adoption of Green Hydrogen

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Mexico has the potential to develop more photovoltaic plants: AMIF

In Mexico there is an excellent opportunity to develop photovoltaic plants, stated Carlos Ortiz, former president of the Mexican Association of the Photovoltaic Industry (AMIF). According to the expert, the average amount of solar radiation received in the country is five kilowatt hours (kWh) for every square meter per day. “In general, there are elements … Continue reading Mexico has the potential to develop more photovoltaic plants: AMIF

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The United States installed 63 GW of new power generation this year, of which photovoltaic accounted for 60 percent.

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the U.S. will add 62.8 gigawatts (GW) of installed utility-scale generation in 2024. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s latest forecast, in 2024, the U.S. will add 62.8 gigawatts of new utility-scale power generation. This new capacity compared to 40.4 GW in 2023, an increase of 55%. … Continue reading The United States installed 63 GW of new power generation this year, of which photovoltaic accounted for 60 percent.

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Green hydrogen production from offshore wind energy in Vietnam

With the characteristics of zero carbon emissions and high energy conversion efficiency, the production of green hydrogen from offshore wind energy becomes the optimal solution applied today by many countries in the world in the energy transition. This is also one of the innovative solutions that Vietnam intends to implement to achieve the goal of … Continue reading Green hydrogen production from offshore wind energy in Vietnam

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China’s photovoltaics (PV) enjoy brighter prospects

Photovoltaic (PV) producers have delayed or canceled capacity expansion plans and even reduced production, partially addressing overcapacity issues. China’s solar photovoltaic (PV) industry’s protracted battle against overcapacity may be coming to an end, after years of bitter price wars and rapid capacity creation that plunged half the sector into the red, leaving which forced closures … Continue reading China’s photovoltaics (PV) enjoy brighter prospects

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Kazakhstan seeks to harness huge wind energy potential

Kazakhstan may soon become one of the world leaders in wind power generation, the country’s Minister of Energy, Almasadam Satkaliev told a parliamentary commission on February 23rd. According to the minister, as the world’s ninth-largest country, Kazakhstan has significant potential for the development of the renewable energy sector, with its vast territory highly suited to … Continue reading Kazakhstan seeks to harness huge wind energy potential

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Global Wind Energy Council opens new global headquarters in Lisbon

The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has today officially opened its new global headquarters in Lisbon, Portugal. The office at Lisbon’s Unicorn Factory places GWEC at the heart of the city’s innovative cleantech sector, at a time when Portugal is undergoing a second wave of renewable energy development, including a major tender for new offshore … Continue reading Global Wind Energy Council opens new global headquarters in Lisbon

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