The Republic of the Philippines DOE has kicked off the start of the 3rd Open and Competitive Selection Process to further accelerate the development of renewable energy.
Talks have resumed to resolve conflict surrounding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam however, conflict in Tigray could cause delays.
The Asian Development Bank has approved a $231m loan to fund the construction of the Lower Kopili Hydroelectric Power plant in Central Assam in India.
Honduras’ state power company Enee has begun test operations of the 104MW Patuca III hydroelectric plant in Olancho.
The Caribbean Development Bank has approved financing of US$8.6 million for solar energy development on St Vincent and the Grenadines.
Nicaragua reached over 75% renewables supply in 2020, of which half was from local resources.
Hydro-Québec has announced plans to build an electrolyzer facility with a capacity of about 90MW, to supply green hydrogen and oxygen to the Recyclage Carbone Varennes plant project.
Sarawak Energy’s largest hydropower project to date, the 1,285-MW Baleh Hydroelectric Project (HEP) in Malaysia, has reached a major project milestone with the successful completion of its dual diversion tunnels, river diversion and closure works in October.
The Malagarasi Hydropower project has several components: a run-of-the-river hydropower facility; a 54- km-long, 132-kV transmission line that will connect to Tanzania’s national grid
Most hydroelectric turbines can go from cold start to full operations in less than 10 mins, faster start-up time than any other generators,