More Than 800 MW Of Floating PV Under Development In Greece

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More Than 800 MW Of Floating PV Under Development In Greece

Greek construction company and energy provider GEK Terna Holding Real Estate Construction has announced a plan to build three floating PV power plants with a combined capacity of 265 MW at three different water reservoirs in western Greece. The three projects, which are to be located outside natural reserves, are expected to cost around €170 […]

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Next 3 Years Will Be Huge For Wind And Solar In Australia

The next three years will be huge for utility renewables in Australia. Given the timeframes for financing, constructing and commissioning new plants, we expect all currently committed capacity to be fully online by the June 2024 quarter. And that’s a lot of capacity. With 9.4 GW of projects either commissioning, being built or otherwise committed […]

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Denmark To Trial Green Hydrogen Production Using Offshore Wind Turbines

Danish energy firm Orsted is pushing ahead with plans to develop a demonstration project which will harness offshore wind energy to produce “green” hydrogen. In an announcement Wednesday, the company said it had taken a final investment decision on the 2 megawatt (MW) H2RES scheme, which will be able to produce up to roughly 1,000 […]

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UN Urges Nations to Scale Up Climate Change Adaptation

Governments across the world must significantly scale up climate adaptation measures to avoid major economic damage from global warming, according to the fifth edition of the UN Environment Programme Adaptation Gap report. Nations must put half of all global climate financing towards adaptation in the next year in order to avoid the worst impact of […]

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Deutsche Bahn Gets Subsidy-Free Wind Power From Statkraft

The green electricity comes from a portfolio of wind turbines with which Statkraft has concluded a power purchase agreement for the period after the expiry of EEG subsidies. The contract with Deutsche Bahn covers an expected generation of almost 40,000 MWh and ensures the economic continued operation of the plants. On 31 December 2020, EEG […]

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