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February 24, 2021 Image credit: EDF UK utility EDF has been selected by UK energy storage projects operator Eelpower to optimise some three grid-scale battery energy storage projects. EDF will provide its trading platform, Powershift, to manage the battery systems. EDF will be responsible for the trading and optimisation of the battery projects with a total capacity of 80MW. The utility will work with Eel
By Jules Scully February 19, 2021 X-Eios 57MW Uribe solar project in Chile. Image: X-Elio. Italian oil major Eni has made its first renewables investment in Spain, securing a deal to acquire three PV projects from local developer X-Elio. Eni will be responsible for both construction and commercialisation of the plants, which will be located in the south of Spain and have a combined capacity of 140MW. The two companies have a
Renewable Energy World 2.18.2021 Photo by Colton Duke on Unsplash. This week, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced plans to helplocal governmentsand state agenciesbuild 40 distributed solar systems that will bring renewable energy to surrounding communities. The projects will help meet the New York Power Authority (NYPA) 2025 community solar target that sets a goal of 75 megawatts (MW) of renewable capacity, including 15 MW of paired ba
Abe Cambridge, chief executive and founder of solar cell-level, crowdfunding-based PV leasing business The Sun Exchange has spoken topv magazineabout the companys project pipeline and its focus on bringing affordable clean power to schools. FEBRUARY 17, 2021COSMAS MWIRIGI The solar rooftop installed by The Sun Exchange at Wynberg Girls' Junior School, in South Africa. Image: The Sun Exchange Cape Town-based solar leasing com
February 4, 2021 Image credit: Shao-Chun Wang © Many African countries are heavily dependent on hydropower to provide baseline power, which is being affected by increasingly frequent droughts. At the same time, Africa is characterised by a very high solar potential. The installation of floating photovoltaics (FPV) in existing hydropower reservoirs however, could provide solar electricity to help compensate for hydropower production los