US Government officials have approved two large-scale solar power projects in California and have moved to make public land in other Western states available to potential solar power development.
TotalEnergies has announced that it has launched its largest PV solar power plant in France, with a capacity of 55 MW.
Ghana’s Bui Power Authority (BPA), the body responsible for managing the Bui hydropower dam, has announced plans to construct 8 solar PV power plants with a total capacity of 259 MW in the north of the country by 2022.
GE and UK Export Finance (UKEF), UK’s export credit agency, have announced that agreement has been reached to finance Kalyon Enerji’s 1.35 GW Karapinar solar project located in Konya Karapinar province in Turkey.
The Energy Market Authority (EMA) has announced that Singapore will be issuing two requests for proposals for up to 4 GW of low carbon electricity imports.
A report from the US Energy Department’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy says the solar energy has the potential to supply up to 40 per cent of the nation’s electricity by 2035.
EDF Renewables North America (EDFR) and Clean Power Alliance (CPA) have announced they have signed a 15-year PPA for the Desert Quartzite Solar-plus-Storage project in Riverside County, California, USA.
The Sri Lankan Government has announced that it is stepping up efforts to achieve 70 per cent renewable energy share in power generation by 2030, in partnership with private sector investments.
Photon Energy has announced the commissioning of its first utility-scale solar power plants in Australia.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed an agreement with Solaria Energia y Medio Ambiente to help finance seven solar power plants in Spain.