Newcastle Airport Strives for 100% Renewable Energy Through PPA with Flow Power

Newcastle Airport, which is located in New South Wales, has set its sights on achieving sustainability. Towards this goal, it has entered into an agreement for 100% renewable energy with energy retailer Flow Power. “Newcastle Airport is expanding to deliver growth to the Hunter region, and sustainability is key to everything we do,” maintained Newcastle […]

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Global Operations of Solar Leader JinkoSolar Powered 50% By Renewables

Solar product manufacturers are toiling to decarbonise their own very operations worldwide to show a true ‘clean energy’ face and ensure green growth of the world economy. Global solar conglomerate JinkoSolar Holding Co. is the latest to join the bandwagon following the announcement that renewable energy is providing more than 51 per cent of the […]

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Asian Development Bank to Fund Bhutan’s First Utility-Scale Solar Project

Bhutan may well be moving beyond hydropower as far as renewable energy development in the Himalayan country is concerned. In a key development, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $18.26 million financing for the construction of the first utility-scale solar photovoltaic power plant in Bhutan. The official statement by ADB held that the […]

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JUMIA Partners with BILITI Electric to Include E-Vans in Delivery Fleet

Nigeria based e-commerce company, JUMIA has announced a partnership with California-based EV solutions provider BILITI Electric, to add e-vans to its delivery fleet in Kenya. Through this collaboration, both companies have completed the pilot project, and are set to scale the fleet within Kenya in the first phase, and eventually across Africa. According to both […]

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EDP To Add Battery Storage To Floating Hydro-Solar Hybrid Plant In Portugal

Hybrid renewable energy projects are on the rise the world over and in the latest addition to this expansion is the combination of a hydropower and floating solar power in Portugal. The Portuguese utility firm Energias de Portugal (EDP), which has developed the hybrid project, has announced that it will add an energy storage system […]

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India’s RE May Fall Short Of 2030 Target By 104 GW: GlobalData

A new report has predicted that current growth trend of renewable energy production may pull India 104 GW short of the 2030 renewables target. 2030 RE target requires India, according to GlobalData, to add more than 38 GW of renewable capacity every year from 2022 to 2030. Ironically, Central Electricity Authority has predicted that India […]

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Statkraft Increases Renewable Energy Targets, Chases Faster Growth

Norway’s state owned renewable energy player Statkraft has updated its growth strategy for renewable energy with a new, more ambitious targets towards 2030. The official statement of Statkraft reveals that the strategy increases the annual growth rate for onshore wind, solar and battery storage from 2.5-3 GW in 2025 to 4 GW in 2030. Statkraft […]

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Bhutan Mulling 300 MW Solar Power Addition

The Himalayan country of Bhutan is looking bullish for solar power as it plans to diversify its energy mix. Reports cited the Economic Affairs Minister of Bhutan, Lokhnath Sharma saying that Bhutan will add 300 MW of solar power in the coming years. Bhutan currently has a mere 9 MW of renewable energy other than […]

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Statkraft May Supply Renewable Energy to Plants of FREYR Battery in Norway

Europe’s largest renewable energy player – Statkraft – has signed a binding ‘Heads of Terms’ with FREYR Battery with an aim of converting it into a long-term physical supply agreement, with the ambition to secure a long-term supply of renewable power for FREYR’s planned battery cell production project in Mo i Rana city of Norway. […]

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