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Thermal power to dominate Mexico’s energy mix until 2030

Coal power capacity in Mexico will likely decrease marginally from 6.02GW in 2020 to 5.67GW in 2030, however thermal power generation will continue to dominate until 2030.

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Nuclear and renewables at heart of UK’s Net Zero Strategy

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled the UKs Net Zero Strategy, which aims for greater energy security through renewables and state-of-the-art British nuclear reactors.
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East Coast Cluster selected as one of UK’s first CCUS projects

The UK has named the East Coast Cluster (ECC) as a 'Track-1' cluster, putting it on course for deployment by the mid-2020s.
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DoE aims to increase the lifespan of solar plants from 30 to 50 years

The US Department of Energy's funding for R&D of technologies will help increase the lifespan of solar energy power plants.

New joint venture to boost UK’s energy storage pipeline by 3GWh

A new partnership will enable the UK to expand its portfolio of energy storage capacity, a vital ingredient to accelerate the energy transition.

Mitsubishi Power to supply gas turbines to Australia’s Snowy Hydro

Snowy Hydro Ltd is building the 660MW Hunger Power Project and has selected Mitsubishi Power to supply two of its M701F gas turbines and auxiliary equipment.
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Colombia: Matrix Renewables secures long-term finance for solar

Matrix Renewables has signed a new long-term financing agreement with Bancolombia and the Inter-American Development Bank for the Los Llanos portfolio in Columbia.