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Odisha is now Power Surplus Thanks to Increase in Renewable Generation

The coastal state of Odisha is now a power surplus state as it has been making significant strides towards renewable generation, state officials have said. The coastal state of Odisha has become a power surplus state as it has been making significant strides towards renewable and green energy generation, state officials have confirmed. The average annual power demand of the state comes around 3,200 MW, […]

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Wisconsin’s First Large-Scale Solar Facility Producing Clean Energy

Wisconsin’s first large-scale solar project is complete and powering Madison-area households and businesses. Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) is a co-owner of the 150-megawatt (MW) Two Creeks Solar facility with Wisconsin Public Service (WPS). MGE owns 50 MW; WPS owns 100 MW. “We are excited that Two Creeks Solar is now generating cost-effective, carbon-free energy […]

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Iberdrola Pledges €75 Billion to Capitalise on Energy Transition

Ignacio Galán CEO of Iberdrola “After 20 years of anticipating the energy transition, our business model positions us as a key agent in the transformation of the industrial fabric. With our experience, our engagement with society and our financial strength, we are advancing a model for long-term sustainable economic growth capable of meeting the current […]

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MoP Amends Guidelines for Procurement of RTC Renewable Power

The Ministry of Power (MoP) has issued amendments to guidelines for the procurement of RTC power from renewable projects, complemented with other sources. The Ministry of Power (MoP) has issued, in a Gazette Notification, amendments to guidelines for the tariff-based competitive bidding process for procurement of Round-The Clock (RTC) power from grid-connected renewable energy power […]

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Renewables can Help Kosovo Break From Coal-Powered Past: IEEFA

Strong performance by its first large-scale wind and solar farms shows that Kosovo can exploit falling renewables costs to move away from fossil fuel. Strong performance by the first large-scale wind and solar farms in Kosovo shows the coal-dominated, Western Balkan country can exploit falling renewables costs and green lending appetite to align better with […]

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Dominion Energy Proposes Largest Slate of New Solar Facilities in Virginia

Dominion Energy Virginia proposed its largest slate yet of new solar projects as the company moves forward to provide customers with more clean energy. The nine solar facilities would bring nearly 500 megawatts (MW) of new renewable energy to customers, enough to power around 125,000 homes at peak output. The proposal comes just months after […]

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NextEra Energy, KKR and Partners to Acquire Interest in 1.1 GW Renewables Portfolio

NextEra Energy Resources will sell a 90% interest in a 1 GW renewables portfolio and 100% interest in a 100-MW solar-plus-storage project for approximately USD 1.3 billion in total proceeds NextEra Energy has announced that a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources has entered into agreements to sell a 90 percent interest in a 1,000 megawatt (MW) portfolio […]

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AEP Energy Signs PPA for Output from New Savion 200-MW Solar Project in Central Ohio

American Electric Power’s (NASDAQ: AEP) AEP Energy Partners subsidiary has signed a long-term power purchase agreement with Atlanta Farms Solar Project, currently being developed by Savion, a renewable energy developer, for the project’s planned 200 MW output in Pickaway Co. Ohio. Construction of Atlanta Farms is scheduled to begin mid-to-late 2021, pending the approval of its permit with […]

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