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Queensland OKs 180 MW wind farm
Plans for a 180 MW wind farm in Australia’s Queensland state have been given the green light.
Renewables grow in Ukraine
Rapid renewable energy growth will help to boost energy security in Ukraine, according to analysts GlobalData.
UK universities clinch PPA deal
Twenty UK universities have joined together to agree a £50 million renewable energy power purchase agreement (PPA).
French floater selects MHI Vestas
The developers behind the Groix & Belle-Ile pilot floating offshore wind farm in France have selected MHI Vestas to supply the turbines for the project.
Drax gas plans permitted
The UK government has approved plans by Drax to convert two of its coal-fired power generating units in England to gas firing.
Cubico sets its sights on Colombian solar
Cubico is to develop a 400 MW solar photovoltaic platform in Colombia in partnership with Latin American developer Celsia
More certainty needed to ensure wind industry growth
WindEurope has called for more action from governments to secure continued growth in Europe’s wind energy sector.
Fortum to acquire majority stake in Uniper
Fortum has entered into agreements to acquire a new stake in Uniper in excess of 20.5%.
Cottam closes down after 50 years
The Cottam coal fired power station has switched off its generating plant the final time.
Belchatow met with legal challenge
Environmental group Client Earth has launched a legal challenge against operation of a power plant and two mines in central Poland.
Dominion files grid application for 2.6 GW project
US utility Dominion Energy has filed an application with a regional transmission organisation (RTO) to connect a planned large-scale offshore win farm to the grid.
Eskom embarks on energy storage tender
Eskom has started a process to procure up to 1.4 GWh of energy storage, it has confirmed.
Macquarie lays out 20 GW GIG investment plan
The Green Investment Group has outlined plans to develop 20 GW of renewable energy capacity around the world in the next five years.
RWE promises fossil fuel phase-out
Major German utility RWE has outlined plans to invest €1.5 billion per year in clean energy capacity.
Aggreko 'teed off' at 2019 Solheim Cup
Aggreko, the mobile modular power provider, was contracted to provide on site power for golf’s 2019 Solheim Cup, which teed off at Gleneagles on 9th September.
Orsted to merge large offshore projects
Orsted has announced that it intends to merge some of its wind farm clusters in the North Sea into two large-scale projects.
Ofgem approves new Scottish island interconnector
A proposed 220 MW transmission link connecting the Orkney Islands and the Scottish mainland has been given the go-ahead by UK regulator Ofgem.
KCE brings NY storage plant on-line
The largest battery energy storage system in New York has been fully commissioned, according to project developer Key Capture Energy (KCE).
Ovo seals SSE retail deal
Ovo Energy is set to become the second-largest energy supplier in the UK after closing a deal to buy SSE Energy Services, the retail arm of SSE.