$320 B Dubai Investment Fund Picks 5 RE Projects In Australia, Europe For Investments

Dubai Investment Fund (DIF), one of the world’s largest independent international investment funds and asset managers, announced its investment into five projects aimed to developing renewable energy sources in Australia and Europe. The fund has been expanding its investment strategies, to include more environmentally friendly and clean technologies, whose importance will definitely rise in the […]

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Leading RE Producer EDF Energy Takes Solar Storage Project Online

The 457 MW solar “Palen Solar Project” by EDF Renewable Energy, a leading renewable energy producer based out of the UK, has reached full power operation. The solar project is situated on public land in Riverside County that the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has determined to be suitable for the development of renewable […]

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EDF Renewables Set To Add 100 MW Solar Projects In UK By 2022 End

EDF Renewables, UK, has begun to prepare and construct the site on two approved solar farms in the UK, with the projects totaling almost 100 MW every year. The solar projects are 49.9 MW each in different parts of UK. The first solar project will begin to generate power in the end of 2022. EDF […]

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Kona Energy Will Develop 200 MW Battery

British energy storage developer Kona Energy has recently secured permission to plan and develop a 200 MW battery at Heysham on Morecambe Bay in Lancashire. Once developed the battery will also replace local grid services due to be lost when the Heysham 1 and 2 nuclear reactors are decommissioned, in 2024 and 2028. Besides, the […]

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EV Sales Touch New World Record But Raw Materials Could Be Spoiler

The sale of electric vehicles (EV) across the world more than doubled this year against 6.6 million last year, accounting for one in 10 new cars sold, according to the International Energy Agency‘s annual report published on May 23. However, the report mentioned that the grey areas like price and supply of critical minerals could […]

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Air Liquide, Shell Sign 10-Year Agreement for Renewable Electricity in Italy

Air Liquide has announced that it has signed a ten-year contract with Shell Energy Europe Limited for the purchase of renewable energy to power industrial and medical gas production operations in the North East of Italy. For ten years, starting 2023, Air Liquide will purchase 52 GWh per year of solar photovoltaic renewable energy from […]

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New RE Capacity Will Touch 300 GW This Year, Solar To Dominate: IEA

A new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that new RE capacity across solar, wind and other sectors will collectively exceed 300 GW globally this year for the first time against 295 GW in 2021. A strong policy environment in China and the EU drove most of this expansion in PV this year. […]

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Lithium Price Surge Leaves Car Makers Comparing LFP with NCM batteries

Steep rises in battery raw materials prices since the start of 2021 have favoured a faster shift to LFP batteries for electric vehicles, over NMC batteries. Cobalt and Lithium for example have become dearer by 70% and 700% respectively. The lowest-cost pack has always been lithium-iron-phosphate, or LFP, the preferred choice of Tesla, Volkswagon and […]

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China, Europe Will Lead World To Record-breaking RE Capacity In 2022

The International Energy Agency (IEA) said today (May 11) that China and Europe would lead the world to set a new record in renewable energy capacity in 2022 after which the momentum could drop in the following year. The findings come from IEA’s Renewable Energy Market Update for May, 2022. A press release issued by […]

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