Engineering company Comal has announced it will set up a solar tracker manufacturing facility in Montalto di Castro, in the province of Viterbo, Italy.
The Irish state energy group ESB has announced it will spend up to €2 billion a year until the end of the decade on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It said it would reach net zero by 2040.
Vattenfall has announced that it has received planning approval from the UK government for its proposed 1.8 GW Norfolk Vanguard Offshore Wind Farm.
Göteborg Energi and Siemens Energy have announced that they have successfully run a gas turbine in the Rya CHP plant using liquid biofuel instead of natural gas.
EDF has announced plans to acquire GE’s French turbine unit, which maintains and manufactures steam turbines for nuclear power plants in France.
Bradwell B Power Company (BrB), consisting of China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) and EDF, is developing proposals for two HPR1000 pressurised water reactors (PWRs) to be constructed at the Bradwell site in Essex, UK.
The Spanish renewable energy company Acciona has announced it has reached agreement with Ukrainian firm UDP Renewables (UDPR) to build two PV plants near Odessa, south-western Ukraine.
The European Commission has approved Romania’s plans to grant restructuring aid of up to €2.7 billion to the power company Complexul Energetic Oltenia (CE Oltenia).
The British Government has announced it will give £100 million support to EDF to help it build the 3.2 GW Sizewell C nuclear plant in Suffolk and help encourage new investors in the project.
Tokyo Gas and the Danish energy company EWII have agreed to jointly develop 1 GW of renewable energy capacity in the Nordic region by 2030.