Geronimo Energy has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Big Rivers Electric...
- Geronimo signs PPA with Big Rivers for 160MW solar project
- International Hydropower Association: sector resilient amid Covid-19
- European Commission unveils €750bn Covid-19 recovery plan
- Q&A: how plastics innovation can spur on renewables with SABIC
- SGRE wins turbine contracts for 2,640MW Virginia wind farm
Geronimo Energy, Big Rivers sign PPA for 160MW solar project
US-based Geronimo Energy, a National Grid company, has signed a power purchase agreement with Kentucky-based not-for-profit, generation and transmission cooperative Big Rivers Electric Corporation.
Geronimo signs PPA with Big Rivers for 160MW solar project
Geronimo Energy has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Big Rivers Electric Corporation for a solar project located in Kentucky.
Excelsior and Unico Solar to build 250MW C&I solar projects
North American renewable energy investor Excelsior Energy Capital has entered into a long-term programmatic joint-venture partnership with solar energy systems developer and investor Unico Solar Investors.
EIB to support development of 66 solar PV plants in Poland
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to provide a loan to the Poland-based company Energy Solar Projekty for the construction and operation of 66 small-scale independent photovoltaic (PV) plants.
LPSC approves SWEPCO’s additional 810MW of wind energy
The Louisiana Public Service Commission (LPSC) has approved Southwestern Electric Power Co’s (SWEPCO) 810MW wind project.
Q&A: how plastics innovation can spur on renewables with SABIC
While plastics manufacturing may be notoriously fossil-fuel reliant, the skills and technologies involved are also well placed to lead in the development of renewables. We spoke with Saudi Arabian plastic producer SABIC to learn about its commitment to renewable energy projects.
SGRE wins turbine contracts for 2,640MW Virginia wind farm
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has won a contract to supply its SG 14-222 direct drive offshore wind turbine for the 2,640MW Coast Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW) commercial project.
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