Total starts construction on third solar plant in Japan

Total Solar International, a wholly owned Total subsidiary dedicated to utility-scale solar plants, has announced the start of the construction of Miyagi...

Saft lithium-ion batteries to power Total’s data center in Singapore

Energy operator Total has selected Saft to supply its Flex’ion battery systems in their new country headquarters in Singapore’s central business district,...

Aggreko and Total sign strategic partnership

Aggreko and Total have agreed to extend their partnership to cover the whole of Europe.

GE provides total plant solution for key Mexican power station

General Electric (GE) has signed a long-term agreement to provide a total plant solution for the Norte III gas-fired power plant in Mexico, in a deal recognised through winning the “2017 LatAm Power Deal of the Year” prize awarded by Thomson Reuters’ Project Finance International.

Total acquires two renewables firms in diversification bid

French oil and gas giant Total announced this week that it will acquire two green energy firms.

Total to invest $500m a year in renewables

Energy giant Total will invest $500m a year into renewables according to Chris Billing of Total Gas & Power.

Total acquires majority share in battery maker Saft

Energy giant Total is to become the majority shareholder of French battery specialist Saft.

Total boss calls for reformed carbon market

The CEO of Total Europe Patrick Pouyanne has told a French Senate commission that Europe needs an independent carbon market regulator with clear objectives rather than the current scenario which has unnecessarily complicated the market in his view.

Total makes major play for renewables with Saft takeover

The French oil giant Total has served notice of its intent to become a ‘responsible energy major’ through acquiring French battery maker Saft in a €950m ($1.1bn) deal.

Distributed generation to total almost 500 GW this year

The total installed capacity of distributed power generation installations worldwide is expected to reach 495 GW by the end of this year, according to new research.

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