Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) has approved the acquisition by EDF EN do Brasil Participacoes Ltda of the assets that constitute a 600-MW wind power complex in the state of Pernambuco.
International marine and engineering consulting firm LOC has won a contract to provide Marine Warranty Services to support the development of the Jieyang Shenquan 1 offshore wind farm in China.
The Brisbane unit of German renewables developer Juwi AG will build a hybrid wind and solar power plant in the town of Esperance in Western Australia.
Denmark has long since led the charge on wind power, and now it’s announced another first: it plans to build two giant “energy islands” that could boost Europe’s current offshore wind capacity by 54 percent.
Goldwind Australia’s 530-MW Stockyard Hill wind farm in western Victoria has been accredited under the Renewable Energy Target (RET), becoming the largest wind farm to do so.
A Lynn business will create new jobs after winning contracts with Swedish energy group Vattenfall to keep more than 900 wind turbines turning safely across five countries.
A U.S. Naval Research Laboratory experiment to capture solar power in space for use on Earth is now in orbit and ready to be tested.
The Manchester based developer behind plans for two wind farms in Shetland say they are “optimistic” following energy regulator Ofgem’s conditional approval of an interconnector which would allow energy to be exported to the mainland.
Not only the biggest but also the first one to integrate wind generation on-site, the Agnew Gold Mine microgrid project is leading the way in decarbonizing Australian mining. In favorable weather conditions, the 56 MW project delivered by distributed energy producer EDL is able to cover up to 70% of the mine’s power requirements with renewable energy.
The Al Dhafra project in Abu Dhabi is set to be the largest solar plant in the world, with the capacity to power approximately 160,000 households across the UAE with electricity. Now, Abu Dhabi Power Corporation (ADPower) has announced that not only will the project break records for its size, it will also provide the cheapest tariff for solar power anywhere in the globe.