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Capital Dynamics acquires 280MW Californian solar plant from First Solar Swiss asset management company Capital Dynamics has acquired a 280MW solar plant situated in the US state of California from First Solar. Green Power > Solar > News
Capital Dynamics acquires 280MW Californian solar plant from First Solar By CTBR Staff Writer
Swiss asset management company Capital Dynamics has acquired a 280MW solar plant situated in the US state of California from First Solar.
Green Power > Solar > News Qatar Solar acquires stake in SolarWorld Industries By CTBR Staff Writer
Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) has acquired a stake in the German photovoltaics manufacturer SolarWorld Industries.
Green Power > Solar > News EBRD, Proparco to offer financing for two 50MW solar power plants in Egypt By CTBR Staff Writer
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Proparco have agreed to provide $58m each to support the construction of two 50MW solar power plants in the country.
Green Power > Solar > News
MHI Vestas receives order to supply turbines for 252 Deutsche Bucht offshore wind project By CTBR Staff Writer
MHI Vestas has received an order to supply wind turbines for the 252MW Deutsche Bucht offshore wind farm, which is located 95km west of Borkum in the German Exclusive Economic Zone in the North Sea.
Green Power > Wind > News Norway’s transport systems to use Lloyd’s Register’s expertise to cut emissions Lloyd’s Register’s Risk Management Consulting (RMC) team in Norway has signed three exclusive frame agreements to help companies in the region to reduce pollution from greenhouse gas emissions across its transportation sector.
Enviro-Care > Air & Environment Management > News USTDA awards grant to support feasibility study of 130MW Zambian wind farm By CTBR Staff Writer
The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has given a grant for an undisclosed sum to support a feasibility study for a 130MW wind power project to be built for $275m in Zambia.
Green Power > Wind > News

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Enviro-Care

Norway’s transport systems to use Lloyd’s Register’s expertise to cut emissions
Lloyd’s Register’s Risk Management Consulting (RMC) team in Norway has signed three exclusive frame agreements to help companies in the region to reduce pollution from greenhouse gas emissions across its transportation sector.
Enviro-Care > Air & Environment Management > News
DEWA makes progress in $57m water distribution project in Dubai
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has completed 109km of the total 162km of the project that will supply, extend and commission water distribution networks in Dubai.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News

Green Power

Capital Dynamics acquires 280MW Californian solar plant from First Solar
By CTBR Staff Writer
Swiss asset management company Capital Dynamics has acquired a 280MW solar plant situated in the US state of California from First Solar.
Green Power > Solar > News
Qatar Solar acquires stake in SolarWorld Industries
By CTBR Staff Writer
Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) has acquired a stake in the German photovoltaics manufacturer SolarWorld Industries.
Green Power > Solar > News

Biofuels

Brazilian corn ethanol plant FS Bioenergia begins production
By CTBR Staff Writer
Brazil’s first corn ethanol project FS Bioenergia built jointly by Fiagril and Summit Agricultural Group with an investment of $115m has commenced operations.
Biofuels > News
Aemetis starts producing cellulosic ethanol from orchard waste
Aemetis has completed the construction and commencement of an Integrated Demonstration Unit to produce cellulosic ethanol from orchard waste, utilizing technologies from Aemetis, LanzaTech and InEnTec.
Biofuels > News

Energy Management

Norway’s transport systems to use Lloyd’s Register’s expertise to cut emissions
Lloyd’s Register’s Risk Management Consulting (RMC) team in Norway has signed three exclusive frame agreements to help companies in the region to reduce pollution from greenhouse gas emissions across its transportation sector.
Enviro-Care > Air & Environment Management > News
Power distribution networks could face revenue cuts for under-performance on connections, says Ofgem
UK's energy regulator Ofgem stated that British electricity distribution network operators (DNOs) could soon face revenue cuts following a review of how well they are dealing with new customers.
Energy Management > Energy Infrastructure > News

Green Tech

ITM Power takes delivery of Hyundai ix35 fuel cell vehicle
22 October 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Energy storage and clean fuel firm ITM Power has taken delivery of one of the first Hyundai ix35 fuel cell vehicles to arrive in the UK.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
FuelCell wins contract to identify potential integration of DFC power plants
08 October 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
FuelCell Energy has won a contract from a global energy firm to identify the potential integration of Direct FuelCell (DFC) power plants with combustion-based natural gas fueled processes.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
Ideal Power wins purchase orders for 30kW battery converter products
23 October 2014 | By CTBR Staff Writer
Ideal Power has secured several new purchase orders for more than 3.5MW of its 30kW battery converter products.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News