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Duke Energy acquires full ownership of REC Solar
By CTBR Staff Writer
Duke Energy has acquired additional stake in California-based REC Solar to acquire full ownership of the company.
Green Power > Solar > News
EBRD grants $55m financing to support renewable energy projects in Turkey
The EBRD is providing Isbank, Turkey’s largest private bank, with $55m in financing to support small-scale renewable energy and resource efficiency projects in the country.
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First Solar signs deals to deliver 795MW PV modules for US solar projects
By CTBR Staff Writer
Photovoltaic (PV) manufacturer First Solar has closed two separate deals for delivering solar modules totaling 795MW with an affiliate of D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments (DESRI) and Origis Energy for an undisclosed price.
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GSSP installs 283kW solar energy system at Shames Jewish Community Center
Green Street Power Partners (GSPP) has completed construction on a 283 kW solar system at the Shames Jewish Community Center on the Hudson in Tarrytown, spanning three roofs on JCC's community center, aquatics center and fitness center.
Green Power > Solar > News
Simec Energy signs unconditional deal to buy Green Highland Renewables
By CTBR Staff Writer
Simec Energy, part of the global GFG Alliance founded by the British Gupta Family, has signed an unconditional agreement to buy Green Highland Renewables (GHR) from Ancala Partners.
Green Power > Hydro > News
Peikko wins contract to deliver foundations for 650MW Markbygden wind farm
By CTBR Staff Writer
Peikko Group’s Swedish subsidiary Peikko Sverige has secured a contract to build foundations for the first phase of 650MW Markbygden Wind Park in the Piteå area, Northern Sweden.
Green Power > Wind > News
Atkins to design monopile foundations for Triton Knoll
British engineering and design expertise is helping deliver cost-reductions at Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm, as its key project subcontractor Atkins targets new designs which will be more efficient than anything else currently in operation.
Green Power > Wind > News
Decmil Group signs MOU to build Maoneng’s 250MW solar project in Australia
By CTBR Staff Writer
Construction firm Decmil Group has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Maoneng Australia for the design and construction of the latter’s 250MW Sunraysia Solar photovoltaic (PV) project in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW).
Green Power > Solar > News
Egypt’s 752MW solar programme reaches financial close
By CTBR Staff Writer
The Nubian Suns solar programme, which will consist of 13 solar power plants with total capacity of 752MW, in Egypt has reached financial close.
Green Power > Solar > News
EREN Renewable Energy becomes Total Eren
Total and EREN Renewable Energy (EREN RE) have received the approval from the relevant authorities to finalize their strategic agreement, which was signed in September 2017.
Green Power > Wind > News
First Solar unveils Series 6 thin film PV module
By CTBR Staff Writer
First Solar has unveiled its first functional Series 6 thin film photovoltaic module manufactured from a new production line at its facility in Perrysburg, Ohio.
Green Power > Solar > News
GE Renewable Energy selected for the supply of two small hydropower plants in Brazil
The Hydropower business of GE Renewable Energy has been selected by ATIAIA ENERGIA S.A to equip two Small Hydropower plants: Areado plant on Indaiá Grande river, and Bandeirante plant on Sucuriú river, both in Mato Grosso do Sul State in Brazil.
Green Power > Hydro > News
PG&E proposes innovative clean energy alternative to aging fossil fuel plant in Oakland
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced a proposal that, if approved, would provide a clean energy alternative to a decades-old fossil-fuel power plant in Oakland.
Energy Management > Energy Storage > News
Senvion builds on Irish success with two new contracts for 27MW
Senvion has announced two new orders in the Republic of Ireland after its market entry earlier this year.
Green Power > Wind > News
Tennessee American Water implements Arcos software solution
By CTBR Staff Writer
Tennessee American Water has reduced response time to fix water main breaks with ARCOS Software-as-a-Service ARCOS CallOut and Scheduling solution.
Enviro-Care > Waste & Waste Water Management > News
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