Hussain Al Nowais, Chairman of Amea Power, has announced at the Cop28 climate conference that Amea Power has signed a new agreement to develop wind power in Ethiopia.
US electricity generation from wind power is on course to surpass coal-fired electricity generation, potentially by 2026, as wind supply growth expands at a record pace just as coal-fired generation is cut across the country.
A dozen hydropower plants across Africa could receive $1 billion from the African Development Bank (AfDB) to upgrade equipment and boost power generation and potentially speed up the transition from fossil fuels.
Masdar and EDF have signed an MOU at the COP28 talks in Dubai to investigate the potential development of 3.6 GW of hydropower and renewable energy projects in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Ontario Power Generation (OPG) of Canada and Westinghouse Electric Company have signed an MOU establishing a framework for the two organisations to identify potential areas of cooperation for deployment of nuclear technologies.
The Manila Electric Company (Meralco) of the Philippines has announced the start of its competitive bidding for 1200 MW of power supply requirement.
GE Vernova’s Gas Power business will invest over $5 million in new technology and increased services capabilities at the Fierro Service Centre in Andoian, Spain to meet the growing need for services maintenance for ageing gas power plants.
Indonesia’s state-run electricity company PT PLN has announced February 2024 will be the start of operations for the solar power plant currently being built in the new capital city Nusantara under development in the province of East Kalimantan.
The Ontario government is investing $5.9 million in nine new projects to integrate hydrogen use into the Canadian province’s electricity grid.
Statera Energy of the UK has secured up to £300 million of debt financing from Lloyd’s Bank for a 300 MW/600 MWh battery energy storage system (BESS).