France Becomes Top Net Power Exporter of Europe

A recent report by EnAppSys, an energy data consultancy provider, indicates that France became the largest net power exporter of Europe, surpassing Sweden. On the other hand, Germany became a net importer from a net exporter of power during the first half of this year.  The report showcases the recent progress in France’s position in […]

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India, China To See Major Rise of Power Generation Emissions By 2024: IEA

The latest report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) released today claimed that while the power demands in advanced economies are slated to plunge, they will likely go up for South Asian countries like India and China. It also said that while the emissions from power generation are slated to slump in Europe, it is likely to […]

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Europe’s Solar Firm Alight Signs PPA With Axfood To Build Sweden’s Largest Solar Park 

Europe’s solar developer and Independent power producer Alight and food retail group Axfood have signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to build Sweden’s largest solar park threefold. The scale of the solar park unlocks the possibility of using non-recourse project financing for the first time, signaling a shift in the feasibility of large-scale solar in […]

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European Clean Energy Developer TagEnergy Raises €570 MillionTo Drive Growth

Clean energy developer and investor TagEnergy announced today a major capital injection, the closing of a dual currency (AU$ and €) green bond totalling a maximum of €570,000,000 (equivalent) with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and GIC as investors. The fund raise comes at possibly the best time ever for European RE developers, with a market that […]

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Subsidy-Free Offshore European Wind Bids On The Rise: GlobalData Report

The latest report by GlobalData, a data and analytics company, claimed that European countries are witnessing increased subsidy-free wind energy bids due to intense competition. However, the report said several factors have also led to the undersubscription of renewable energy auctions.  GlobalData’s latest report titled ‘Europe Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2023’ pointed out that the […]

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FIMER’s EV Charger Now Compatible With Noodoe’s EV Charging CMS

The Italian solar inverter maker FIMER’s FLEXA AC Wallbox EV charger and Noodoe EV, a provider of EV charging stations, has completed integration testing of Noodoe EV’s charger management software (CMS). Because of their presence in North America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and the Middle East, EV charging operators and business owners can easily set up […]

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France’s Sonnedix Makes Inroads into Portugal with Acquisition of 262MWp Solar Portfolio

Sonnedix, an international Renewable Energy Producer (REP), has officially expanded into Portugal with the acquisition of a 262 MWp solar PV portfolio. The portfolio consists of seven ground-mounted projects under construction or late-stage development with a cumulative capacity of 262MWp throughout the country. During its first year of operation, these projects are expected to produce […]

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Apple Aims for Decarbonization by 2030

American multinational technology firm Apple has called on its global supply chain to look into the challenge of its greenhouse gas emissions and embrace the decarbonization route. On the Path of Decarbonization Apple, which is now aiming for decarbonization by 2030, will look into the operations of its major manufacturing partners so that the firm […]

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$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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