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EDF Renewables, Wärtsilä to Develop 50 MW/100 MWh Energy Storage in UK

Finnish company which manufactures and services power sources Wärtsilä has announced that it has signed a contract with EDF Renewables UK and Ireland to deliver a new grid-scale energy storage facility in the United Kingdom. The storage system will be delivered in Sundon, Bedfordshire. The official statement of Wärtsilä held that the 50 MW/100 MWh […]

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Meta & D. E. Shaw Renewable Sign 200 MW Clean Power Project in Arkansas

The signing of a long-term renewable energy offtake deal with Meta was recently announced by D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments (DESRI), a significant U.S. producer of renewable energy. To come up in Phillips County, Arkansas, the Long Lake Project (also known as Long Lake) will be a 200 MWac project. To meet the region’s expanding […]

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US Solar Output Increases by 26% in First Nine Months of 2022 Y-o-Y

According to the latest report from the country’s Energy Information Administration (EIA), solar PV generation increased in the US during the first nine months of the year by 26.1% compared to the same period last year. According to information from its publication “Electric Power Monthly,” solar PV generated 21.02% more electricity in September 2022 than […]

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FIMER’s EV Charger Now Compatible With Noodoe’s EV Charging CMS

The Italian solar inverter maker FIMER’s FLEXA AC Wallbox EV charger and Noodoe EV, a provider of EV charging stations, has completed integration testing of Noodoe EV’s charger management software (CMS). Because of their presence in North America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and the Middle East, EV charging operators and business owners can easily set up […]

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Co-Development of Renewable Energy Projects by French Firm Voltalia in Uzbekistan

The Uzbekistan government and the French renewable energy company, Voltalia have agreed to jointly build renewable energy projects with a combined output of between 400 MW and 500 MW. As part of the cooperation, 60MW/240 MWh of battery storage, 200 MW of solar, and 200 MW of wind capacity, will all be developed. The Voltalia […]

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Campeche is Home to Mexico’s Second Largest Solar Power Plant

In Campeche, a new solar park has started producing enough electricity to supply more than 300,000 homes with electricity each year. The $440 million La Pimienta facility, built by American company Atlas Renewable Energy in the municipality of Carmen in the southwest, was formally inaugurated recently. According to Atlas, with a 300 megawatt (MW) capacity, […]

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FIMER Provides String Inverters to Partners Main Solution & Evolvere for Installation

Through its partners, Main Solution and Evolvere, the Italian provider of renewable energy and electric mobility solutions, FIMER, has provided 9 PVS-100 three-phase string inverters for installation in Italy. 9 FIMER PVS-100 inverters have been installed at Vegitalia S.p.A., a business that has been active in the food industry since 2004, in San Marco Argentano […]

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Prosus & South Pole Sign Deal with Innovative New Climate Finance Instrument

Global technology investor Prosus and South Pole (top provider of climate solutions) have joined forces to use the new D-REC market tool to deliver distributed renewable energy projects in response to growing calls for greater corporate climate action at COP27. High social impact projects in South Africa and India will be their main priorities. Prosus […]

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At COP27, UAE And Egypt Agree to Build One of the Largest Wind Farms

An agreement to build one of the largest onshore wind projects in the world in Egypt was signed recently in the presence of the Presidents of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Egypt, according to a formal statement. As per the statement, the agreement was signed by Masdar, a company that develops renewable energy in […]

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