The Iraq Government has announced that it is seeking international investors to build seven solar power plants in the south of the country.
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) plans to start operating a 45 MW floating solar farm in Ubon Ratchathani in June this year.
Vietnam plans to reduce its renewable energy output by 1.3 TWh in 2021, with transmission capacity unable to handle the supply.
Over half Britain’s daily electricity came from wind power on 28 December for the first time on record.
China Energy Engineering Group (Energy China) has signed a framework agreement with Erdos city government in Inner Mongolia to set up and integrated energy base involving an investment of $3.63 billion.
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) of Australia has issued a report on calculated integration costs of new-build power in the country, which concludes that wind and solar are the cheapest sources.
The Red Sea Development Co (TRSDC) of Saudi Arabia has announced that it has awarded a contract to build and operate renewable power-based utilities for Saudi Arabia’s flagship luxury resort development, the Red Sea Project, to a consortium led by ACWA Power.
Hanwha Q Cells has announced that it will build the world’s largest floating solar power plant in the Hapcheon Dam area located in the South Gyeongsang Province in South Korea.
South Korea’s Hanwha Energy has announced that it has won a large-scale power generation project ordered by the Hawaiian Electric Co (HECO).
Solarvest Holdings of Malaysia has completed construction of a 13 MW floating solar power plant in Dengkil, Selangor state on the west coast of peninsular Malaysia.