The move, which was conveyed earlier by Nikkei, comes as companies step up investment in green energy to tackle climate change and may boost competitions in Japan’s electricity market which has been liberalised since 2016.
EDF Renewables UK has announced that it has partnered with Welsh renewables company Octo Energy to recognize and deliver 200 megawatts of hybrid solar and battery storage projects in England and Wales.
Through a renewable energy sleeved-power purchase agreement (PPA), the company is participating in Duke Energy’s Green Source Advantage (GSA) program.
As countries continue to rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic, a new guide by Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) (www.SEforALL.org) shows how clean energy investment can support countries to ‘Recover Better’, and use this unique moment to reset their economies and close energy access gaps.
Tokyo’s benchmark Nikkei index advanced more than 1.3 per cent on Tuesday after US and European markets bounced back on optimism over post-lockdown economic activity.
BMW is preparing to launch the electric BMW iX3 this year, and the BMW iNEXT and BMW i4 next year.
The US is to join with other major powers including China, India and the EU in formulating plans for a global green recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
Spain may be about to access as much as 140 billion euros ($158 billion) if the European Union can agree on proposals to finance the bloc’s economic reconstruction next month and the government in Madrid is determined to show it can make the most of the windfall.
…prime minister delighted green groups in November when he committed the Conservative party to “invest £9.2bn in the energy efficiency of homes, schools and hospitals”. But the policy has been snarled up in…
KKR has announced that, ensuing the completion of the voluntary tender offer period by Valorous Asia Holdings, an entity owned by KKR investment funds, the Offeror has acknowledged all of the 427,041,291 common shares of First Gen Corporation that were tendered by shareholders at the close of the tender offer, representing approximately 11.9 percent of First Gen’s outstanding common shares.