Nagabhushana Reddy, the Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, has said that India and Nigeria will work together to develop renewable energy in Nigeria, in line with international agreements signed by both countries.
The EU has finalised new climate rules after months of talks, targeting a total energy saving of 32.5 per cent and an increase in the share of renewable energy to 32 per cent by 2030.
GE Power and Vattenfall Wärme Berlin, a subsidiary of Vattenfall, have announced the new MXL2 with Additive Manufactured Performance (AMP), the world’s first upgrade solution for GE’s GT13E2 gas turbines that uses key components manufactured using additive technology.
Eskom has warned that the South African power system could take up to ten days to recover from the effects of the recently-resolved industrial action.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has shut down six thermal power stations to enable the Nigeria Gas Company (NGC) carry out repair work on a ruptured gas pipeline.
Japan’s SoftBank Group Corporation has announced that it will invest between $60-100 billion in solar power generation in India.
According to a report from the news agency Bloomberg, Siemens is considering a number of strategic options including a potential sale of its large gas turbine business.
Tata Power Renewable Energy has announced that it has entered into a power purchase agreement (PPA) with GE to provide solar power solutions for six manufacturing and services sites in India.
UK Power Reserve and Fluence have partnered to deliver the first phase of UK Power Reserve’s 120 MW battery storage portfolio.
ACWA Power, a developer, owner, and operator of power generation and water desalination plants, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China Energy Engineering Corporation Limited (Energy China) during a ceremony in Dubai.