OX2, the Swedish renewable project developer, has sold its Niinimäki wind farm in Finland to Helen and Bank of Åland’s Wind Power Fund.
The UK Government is finalising a plan to support a fleet of small modular reactors (SMRs) to help decarbonise the grid faster.
The World Bank is financing a tender to equip state-owned hydroelectric power plants in Ukraine with battery energy storage systems (BESS), as the country’s power infrastructure is being battered by missiles from Russia.
France’s financial markets regulator has approved the French Government’s plan to fully control heavily indebted EDF, which it intends to lead efforts to relaunch the nuclear power industry in the country.
Canadian renewable energy company NeoGreen Hydrogen and Portuguese developer of solar PV parks Frequent Summer have announced that they plan to invest €1 billion in a green hydrogen plant in Portugal.
The USA and Ukraine have announced the launch of a project to construct an SMR in Ukraine.
Romanian Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca has announced that two new reactors will be built at Cernavoda nuclear power plant in the southeast of the country after Romania arranged two loans from the US.
GE and EDF have signed an agreement regarding EDF’s acquisition of GE Steam Power’s nuclear activities.
The German Government has approved a draft law to phase out coal-fired power plants in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia by 2030 instead of a previous date of 2038.
The UK set a new national record for wind generation, with windfarms generating nearly 20 GW during a 30-minute period on 26 October.