The Barker Inlet Power Station is a 211MW smart energy generation plant located...
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Enel begins operations at 180MW solar project in Peru
Italian electricity company Enel, through its Peruvian renewable energy subsidiary Enel Green Power Peru (EGPP), has started operations at the 180MW Rubi solar PV plant in Peru.
Deals this week: Neoen, Renesola, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
Neoen has secured A$101m ($77.81m) in project financing from Germany-based project and export financier KfW IPEX-Bank.
M&As this week: Toshiba, EESL EnergyPro Assets, Visionstate
The Toshiba Corporation plans to acquire a 24% stake in Nuclear Fuel Industries (NFI) from Furukawa Electric and Sumitomo Electric Industries.
Barker Inlet Power Station, Adelaide
The Barker Inlet Power Station is a 211MW smart energy generation plant located 18km from the Adelaide central business district (CBD) in Torrens Island, Australia.
Fortum to purchase wind power from Taaleri to cater to Nordic markets
Fortum has signed an agreement to purchase the wind power produced by the Finnish financial services group Taaleri to sell it to the Nordic electricity markets.
ADB’s $260m loan to improve Pakistan’s power transmission network
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed an agreement with the Government of Pakistan to offer a loan of $260m to help improve the country’s power transmission network.
Suzlon secures 500MW windpower projects in Gujarat, India
Renewable energy solutions provider Suzlon Group has secured two windpower projects in the Kutch district of Gujarat, India.
BC Hydro awards three contracts for Site C project in Canada
Canadian electric services company BC Hydro has awarded the generating station and spillways (GSS) civil works contract, along with two other contracts for the Site C project in British Columbia (BC).
DEWA awards construction contracts for four new substations
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has awarded contracts worth AED1.28bn ($348m) to build four 400/132kV substations to increase the capacity and efficiency of its electricity and transmission networks.
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