EDP to Invest in 1.5 GW of Green Hydrogen by 2030

Portugal’s largest utility EDP said on Tuesday it was increasing its bet on green hydrogen and aimed to reach 1.5 gigawatts (GW) of installed capacity by 2030, capitalising on its presence in key markets such as Iberia, the United States and Brazil. The announcement, made during the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow, came after EDP […]

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Fusion Fuel Green Gets €4.3 Million Funding Approval for Portugal Project

Dublin-based green hydrogen solutions provider, Fusion Fuel Green has announced receiving the Euro 4.3 million funding approval from Portugal’s Operational Program for Sustainability and Efficient Use of Resources (POSEUR) for its proposed HEVO-Sul project in Sines, Portugal. The Portuguese government has allocated €40 million in direct grants for the POSEUR program, which aims to support […]

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Lightsource BP to Invest €900 mn in Portugal to Build 1.3 GW Solar Plants

London-based solar power developer Lightsource bp, a 50:50 joint venture with oil and gas company bp, recently announced that it has partnered with Portuguese local company INSUN to build five large-scale solar plants in Portugal, which are expected to add over 1.35 GW of low-carbon, renewable power to Portugal’s energy mix. The company plans to […]

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Exus to Develop 85 MW Wind-Solar Hybrid Project in Portugal

Exus Management Partners has announced that it will develop an 85 MW wind and solar hybrid project in northern Portugal. The renewables-focused independent investment and asset management firm has been chosen by an undisclosed third party to provide the complete end-to-end delivery of the country’s first third-party wind and solar hybrid project. Since no developers […]

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Siemens and Fluence to Develop 15 MW Storage System on Portuguese Island

Siemens Smart Infrastructure, in partnership with Fluence, was awarded a contract by the Portuguese energy provider EDA – Electricidade dos Açores to build a battery-based energy storage system on Terceira, the second biggest island in terms of electrical consumption of the Azores archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. The project aims to make the island more […]

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EDP, Galp, Vestas and More to Asses Green Hydrogen Feasibility in Portugal

EDP, Galp, Martifer, REN, Vestas and several European partners will assess the feasibility of the H2 Sines project, which aims to implement an industrial cluster for green hydrogen production based in the city of Sines in Portugal. EDP, Galp, Martifer, REN, Vestas and several European partners will assess the feasibility of the H2 Sines project, […]

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1st Floating Wind Farm in the World now Fully Operational

WindFloat Atlantic is now fully operational, and with a total installed capacity of 25 MW it is the world’s first semi-submersible floating wind farm WindFloat Atlantic is now fully operational and supplying clean energy to Portugal’s electrical grid. Following the connection of the last of the three platforms to the 20 m export cable connecting […]

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Voltalia to Build and Maintain Solar Farms Worth 134 MW in Portugal

Voltalia will provide EPC services followed by O&M services to Smartenergy for three solar farms in Portugal with a total capacity of 134 MW. Voltalia, an international player in renewable energy sector has announced that it will provide engineering, procurement and turnkey construction (EPC) services followed by operation and maintenance (O&M) services to Smartenergy, a […]

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Masdar and Cepsa Form JV to Develop RE Projects in Spain and Portugal

Masdar and Cepsa have announced an agreement to establish a JV company to develop renewable energy projects in Spain and Portugal. Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies and a subsidiary of Mubadala Investment Company, and Cepsa, a global energy and chemical company owned by Mubadala and the Carlyle Group, has announced an […]

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