Renewable Energy

Nordex Receives Order For 74 Delta4000 Turbines For 350 MW Wind Project

The wind turbines, which will be installed at an Oklahoma wind farm that has a proposed energy generating capacity of 350 megawatts will be delivered and installed in the spring of 2020.  European wind turbine maker Nordex Group recently announced that it has bagged an order for supplying 74 wind turbines for a proposed 350 MW wind […]

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APICORP Signs $75 Mn Financing Facility with Saudi Renewable Firm Alfanar

The 5-year financing facility has been initially designed to support the Saudi-based renewable energy developer’s renewables energy projects, most notably the wind project it is currently developing in Spain. The Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP), a multilateral development financial institution, has signed a strategic five year Murabaha financing facility worth USD 75 million with Alfanar […]

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EBRD to Invest $100Mn in Turkish Renewable Firm

With EBRD funds, the company plans to invest in wind farms and solar projects with a combined capacity of up to 250MW. In a new boost to Turkey’s renewable energy sector, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is investing US$ 100 million in a stake of Ictas Surdurulebilir Enerji Yatirimlari (Ictas Energy), the […]

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Amsterdam’s Largest EV Charging Network to Run on RE

The innovative solution enables faster charging, maximal use of renewable electricity and more efficient use of the electric grid in Amsterdam. Vattenfall and the City of Amsterdam, have together launched Flexpower, the largest public smart charging network for electric vehicles in Amsterdam. Operated by Vattenfall, a total of 456 charging stations with 912 charging points […]

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Climate and Energy Goals Can be Met Without Sacrificing Rivers: WWF

A new report from WWF and The Nature Conservancy has revealed that the renewable energy transition can solve the world’s climate and energy challenges without sacrificing its remaining free-flowing rivers and the diverse benefits they provide to people and nature. Launched on the eve of the World Hydropower Congress in Paris, Connected and Flowing: A renewable future for rivers, climate and […]

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Washington Joins 100% Renewable Energy Clan, More May Follow

Washington Gov. Inslee gave a green signal to the law that made the state the fifth member of the 100% clean energy list in the US. On May 7, Washington became the latest state to join the clean energy race, when Gov. Jay Inslee signed a law requiring that 100 percent of the state’s electricity […]

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India to Exceed Climate Compliance Commitments Under Paris Agreement

A new report has predicted that India will exceed the compliance commitment it made to address climate change through green energy installations under the landmark Paris agreement. Moody’s Investor Service, a global credit rating agency recently released its latest report, “Power Asia – Climate goals, declining costs of renewables signal decreasing reliance on coal power”. The report revealed […]

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IEA Offers Insight to Morocco’s Energy Transition

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has in its latest in-depth review of Morocco’s energy policies, highlighted the institutional, legal and fiscal reforms undertaken to promote the sustainable development of the country’s energy sector. Since the last review in 2014, the agency noted the government’s positive efforts to boost renewable investment, provide access to electricity, and […]

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Siemens Gamesa Has Record Order Backlog of €23.6 Bn in First Half of 2019

Net income amounted to €67 million in the first half, compared to €0 million in the same period last year, and to €49 million in the second quarter, an increase of 40 percent YoY. Spanish renewable energy major Siemens Gamesa has reported the results of the first half (October-March) and second quarter (January-March) for the […]

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