GE Renewable Energy and PKN ORLEN have signed an MOU to develop offshore wind projects in Poland, a country expected to award up to 10.9 GW of offshore wind projects by 2030 and up to 28 GW by 2050.
South Africa’s Eskom has announced that it will shut down 8-12 GW of coal-fired power plants – around 30 per cent of its current installed capacity – over the next 10 years.
The Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC) has signed a PPA with the Kano State Government of Nigeria to supply 20 MW of electricity to enhance operations of the state water board.
The California Department of Water Resources is procuring five temporary gas-fired generators, each with a capacity of 30 MW.
Joao Baptista Borges, Angola’s Minister of Energy and Water, has announced that the country will invest $600 million in 2022 to increase electricity capacity in the southern region.
Ireland’s national grid operator Eirgrid has announced that it will seek bids from electricity suppliers to build new power plants in the country.
The Andhra Pradesh energy department is planning to set up pumped hydropower storage projects in various districts in the Indian state.
GE has announced that Chia Hui Power Corporation’s CHP plant in Minxiong Township, Chaiyi County, Taiwan, has started commercial operations.
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) has announced that it has agreed to sell its fleet of 13 fossil fuel-fired power plants for approximately $2.15 billion.
Aboitiz Power is considering building a 1000 MW gas-fired power plant within the next decade to provide baseload capacity for the Philippine electricity grid.