The Bulgarian Government has published a draft national strategy for targeting a further 2,645 MW of installed electricity generation capacity from renewable sources, mostly photovoltaic plants, by the end of 2030, in line with the EU’s goals for green energy transition.
In India, Hyderabad-based Greenko Energies will partner with state-run NTPC to develop ‘round-the-clock’ green power supply.
China’s energy and infrastructure giant China Three Gorges (CTG) has agreed to buy 13 Spanish solar power plants built by Madrid-based renewables firm X-Elio.
Japan will provide financial assistance to help build one of the world’s largest solar power plants in Qatar.
BCPG, a renewable energy business arm of Bangchak Corporation, has announced a takeover deal for four solar power plants in Thailand with a total combined capacity of 20 MW.
Brazil’s Ibitu Energia, owned by US-based asset manager Castlelake LP, plans to invest roughly $840 million in renewable energy assets in the coming five years, according to a statement from Gustavo Ribeiro, Chief Executive of Ibitu Energia.
The Bangladesh Power and Energy Ministry said that the country’s state-run North-West Power Generation Company Ltd (NWPGCL) and China National Machinery Import and Export Corporation (CMC) have signed an agreement to form Bangladesh-China Power Company Renewable.
The German city of Herzogenrath is developing an energy farm that will cover its energy demand with zero CO2 emissions by 2030.
NTPC has announced that it will help Mali develop a 500MW solar power park.
Malaysia has opened competitive bidding for 1GW of solar plants worth about $930 million, the largest capacity offered under its Large-Scale Solar (LSS) scheme.