A new report from Carbon Brief suggests that China’s carbon emissions will decrease in 2024 due to a significant increase in clean power generation.
Ethiopia has announced it will double its supply of hydropower to Kenya following the onset of El Nino rains in Eastern Africa, which has replenished reservoir levels.
Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen), Kenya’s largest power producer, has announced a plan to generate more electricity from geothermal power plants in the face of low water inflows being experienced at the hydropower stations, the result of low rainfall in the country.
Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo has inaugurated a 192 MW floating solar power plant on a reservoir in West Java province as part of a drive to increase renewable energy sources and switch away from coal.
Redes Energéticas Nacionais (REN), Portugal’s network manager, announced that for 149 consecutive hours, renewable energy production in the country exceeding consumption.
EnBW, a German regional utility, has placed awarded GE Vernova two orders for H-Class natural gas-fired combined cycle power generation equipment for EnBW’s CHP power stations in Heilbronn and Altbach/Deizisau near Stuttgart.
South Africa is intensifying efforts to address its energy deficit by accelerating plans for 3 GW of gas-fired power generation.
TransAlta has announced that it has acquired Canadian-based Heartland Generation for $658 million, which includes the assumption of $268 million of debt.
The EU plans to invest €60 million in upgrading one of Uganda’s largest hydropower plants, helping to plug a financing gap for the country’s energy infrastructure.
NHPC has announced its intention to acquire 1.5 GW of wind-solar hybrid power projects across India.