Shell has announced that it plans to acquire Sprng Energy for $1.55 billion, a renewable energy company in India owned by the investment firm Actis.
Renewable energy company Boralex has partnered with Énergir and Hydro-Québec to develop three 400 MW wind projects in Seigneurie de Beaupré territory in Quebec, Canada.
Nordex has won a contract from Acciona Energía to supply wind turbines for the 131 MW San Juan de Marcona wind farm in southwestern Peru.
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) announced in its annual statistical report that renewables accounted for 38.3 per cent of global electricity generation capacity at the end of 2021, reaching 3.06 TW.
The UK Government has issued an outline of its new Energy Security Strategy, including increased targets for offshore wind, hydrogen, and nuclear generation.
A report published by the independent climate think tank Ember stated that wind and solar are the fastest growing sources of energy, generating 10 per cent of the world’s energy in 2021.
The ZEBRA (Zero waste Blade Research) consortium has announced that it has produced the first prototype of its 100 per cent recyclable wind turbine blade.
China has announced its intention to construct 450 GW of solar and wind power, to be built in the Gobi and other deserts.
Onshore and offshore wind turbines in Germany produced 21 TWh in February, a new monthly record, as a result of recent stormy weather.
Shell will buy a 49 per cent stake in wind farm developer WestWind Energy’s Australian arm.