Italy’s Enel has started construction of a 475MW Brazilian solar park, the São...
Enel begins construction of 475MW Brazilian solar park
Italy’s Enel has started construction of a 475MW Brazilian solar park, the São Gonçalo project, which is located in Piauí in the north-east of the country. The company will invest a total of R$1.4bn ($390m) in the project.
Skyline Renewables to acquire 51% stake in Texas wind farms
US-based independent clean energy platform provider Skyline Renewables has reached an agreement with private investment firm Starwood Energy to acquire the latter’s 51% stake in the Texas wind farms - Horse Creek and Electra.
Bill Gates partners with EU to launch $115.2m clean energy fund
The European Commission has signed a memorandum of understanding with Breakthrough Energy, an energy coalition headed up by Bill Gates, to set up joint investment fund called Breakthrough Energy Europe (BEE).
World Energy Day: how can we achieve universal energy access?
World Energy Day, first initiated in 2012 by the World Energy Forum as a time to raise awareness of energy use and promote global decarbonising efforts, falls on 22 October.
Free Cash-Flow Boosted and Increase in Currency-Adjusted Order Intake
Powerful Preservation with Munters
British Energy Group is the UK's largest generator of electricity. They own and run eight nuclear power stations in the UK with a combined capacity of almost 10,000MW.
Sanmen Nuclear Power Plant, Zhejiang Province
The Sanmen Nuclear Power Plant (NPP), currently under construction, is located in the Maotoushan peninsula in Jiantiao, of Sanmen County in the Zhejiang Province of China.
Friterm Product Catalogue
Friterm has specialised in finned type heat exchangers and has focused on the production of air-cooled condensers, air coolers, dry coolers, water / steam air heaters and coolers, oil coolers and heat recovery coils.
Australia’s energy future in the balance: a deeper look at the NEG
Australia’s much-discussed National Energy Guarantee is in disarray after the ousting of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and a total lack of political consensus on making the country’s energy network cleaner, cheaper and more reliable for users. Is the political establishment in Canberra capable of finding common ground on some of the most important energy questions of the day?
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