The Armenian government plans to expand the country’s renewable energy capacity by building two new solar power plants.
The China Photovoltaic Industry Association (CPIA) said that the country is expected to add 55-65 GW of solar power capacity in 2021, taking total solar installations beyond 300 GW.
The southern coast of Western Australia has been proposed as the site for the world’s biggest renewable energy hub.
The eThekwini municipality, which includes the city of Durban, has become the first in South Africa to seek proposals for private power generation.
The Botswana energy regulator has issued Shumba Energy with a generation licence for a 100 MW solar power project.
Nonghyup Financial Group of South Korea will invest $22 million in a solar power plant in Japan as part of its sustainable green growth initiative.
AMEA Power, a subsidiary of UAE-based Al Nowais Investments, has announced the official commissioning of its 50 MW solar PV plant in Blitta, Togo.
Statkraft, in cooperation with Norwegian supplier Ocean Sun, has started commercial operations at the first unit of its floating solar power project in Albania.
Horizon Power has begun construction on a hydrogen project in Denham, Western Australia. This will be Australia’s first renewable hydrogen energy plant within a remote microgrid.
The Iraq Government has announced that it is seeking international investors to build seven solar power plants in the south of the country.