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RP Global to develop 1GW renewables project pipeline in Poland

Renewable energy developer RP Global announced that it is investing in the development of PV and wind power projects across Poland.
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Eco Wave bags innovation award at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week

Eco Wave Power has won the public voting for the Global Innovation Award, in the “Life Under Water” category at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week.
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Corpower receives funding boost to commercialise wave energy tech

Corpower has received €9 million in investment to scale-up its commercial demonstration of wave energy technology.
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Enel completes 133MW expansion of South America’s largest solar PV facility

Enel Green Power Brasil Participações has expanded its 475MW São Gonçalo solar PV plant with an additional 133MW of capacity.
EDF solar farms go live in California

New research could accelerate perovskite solar cell adoption

Scientists at The University of Manchester have found a way to increase the environmental safety of perovskite solar cells.

Siemens Energy to supply F-class gas turbines to Chinese CHP project

Siemens Energy will provide F-class gas turbine island equipment for the Zhaoqing Dinghu Combined Heat and Power (CHP) generation project.
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UK’s BT Group signs three-year renewables supply deal with Total

British multinational BT Group has signed a deal with Total Gas & Power for the provision of renewable energy.
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EDF to optimise utility-scale battery projects for Eelpower

EDF has been selected by UK energy storage projects operator Eelpower to optimise some three grid-scale battery energy storage projects.

Texas AG investigates ERCOT, utilities over deadly winter storm outages

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton will investigate the state’s electricity system operator and other utilities in the wake of last week’s deep freeze and resulting power outages.

US to decouple Ethiopian aid from Grand Renaissance Dam dispute

The US will de-link its suspension of millions of dollars of aid to Ethiopia from its policy on the contested Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and hydro project.

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