renewable sources

IPP DNV Picked as Advisor for South Korea’s Offshore Grid Plan

Independent Power Provider DNV has been picked by Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) to help with the development of an offshore power grid plan. The offshore project will transfer renewable offshore wind power to South Korea. KEPCO is the largest electric utility in South Korea. The said project is slated for completion by the middle […]

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French Firm Akuo Energy Looks to Set up Agrisolar Portfolio in Greece

French renewable energy firm Akuo Energy has established its first solar park in Greece. Back in October 2021, the firm had set up the 1 MW Chalki island project. The newly launched project includes four PV comprising 1 MW each. The yearly output of the project will help meet the needs of 350 households, the […]

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Italy to Welcome Enel Green’s Solar Panel Gigafactory

Enel has entered into a financing agreement with a pan-European commercial banking group UniCredit to pave the way for the finance of the expansion of a solar panel factory in Catania, Sicily, Italy.  Investment, worth €560 million (US$600 million), will aid the development of the Italian PV Gigafactory (Tango). This is an industrial-scale manufacturing plant […]

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Tata Power RE is Awarded 255 MW Hybrid Project in Karnataka

The renewable energy arm of Tata Power, Tata Power Renewable Energy (TPREL), will be establishing a 255 MW capacity hybrid (wind and solar) power project in Karnataka. The project will be commissioned within 24 months from the PPA execution date. The project was won by TPREL after Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd (which is a […]

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Vattenfall All Set To Fill Up 200MW Thermal Storage Tower In Berlin

Swedish multinational power company Vattenfall is all set to fill a 45m-high, 200MW-rated thermal energy storage facility with water in Berlin, Germany. The tank is a 2,600MWh system. The tank boasts of holding a capacity of 56 million litres of water that will be heated at 98 degrees celsius. The tank will be merged with […]

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India, Denmark Partner on Offshore Wind Generation

India and Denmark have launched the ‘Centre of Excellence on Offshore Wind’ as part of a green strategic partnership between the two nations, which will boost offshore wind power generation plans among other renewable sources. Union Minister for Power and New and Renewable Energy R.K Singh met with Mr. Dan Jørgensen, Danish Minister for Climate, Energy […]

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Italy’s Ecology Minister: 72% power to come from Renewables in 2030

Italy’s Ecology Transition Minister Roberto Cingolani revealed yesterday that the country will have to produce as much as 72% of its electricity with renewable sources in 2030 so as to fulfil the European emissions-reduction target of 55% set for the same year. While in conversation with the Italian daily la Repubblica, he said, “In 2030, […]

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MIDHANI Sets up 4 MW Solar Power Plant

The solar power plant is spread over 20 acres of land and is expected to generate 7,000 MW hr/year of electricity with a projected saving of Rs 5 crore per year and reduction of 5,600 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year. State-owned Mishra Dhatu Nigam (MIDHANI) has set up a 4 MW solar power plant with […]

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Matheran Toy Train Stations in Maharashtra Turns Green

Besides reducing the carbon footprints, the power supply from the renewable sources will significantly bring down the hill railway station’s electricity bill and resulting in savings of Rs 2.07 lakh per year. In a move to boost the use of renewable energy, four stations of Matheran Hill Railway in Maharashtra’s Raigad district have installed solar power and wind energy plants. […]

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