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Google Signs PPA for 60MW of Solar in Japan

Google Signs PPA for 60MW of Solar in Japan

Google has signed two solar power purchase agreements in Japan that bring the company closer to its goal to run on 24/7 carbon-free energy by 2030. These PPPAs  with Itochu's partner Clean Energy Connect and Shizen Energy are Google's first in the country, and together they will add a combined 60 megawatts (MW) of new solar energy capacity to the Japanese grid. 

New solar park in Spain provides renewable power to Velux Group

New solar park in Spain provides renewable power to Velux Group

A large solar park developed for the Velux Group < to meet its renewable power needs in Europe is now fully operational and connected to the local electricity grid in Spain.

Entergy Louisiana

Entergy Louisiana's Historic Expansion of Solar Power Approved

Entergy Louisiana's proposal to add up to 3 GW of solar power to its generation portfolio has been approved by the Louisiana Public Service Commission, marking the largest renewable power expansion in state history.


Arevon Breaks Ground on the Posey Solar Project in Indiana

Arevon Breaks Ground on the Posey Solar Project in Indiana

Arevon Energy Inc. , along with CenterPoint Energy, Bechtel, participating landowners, and other guests joined together at a groundbreaking event to celebrate the construction of the 228 megawatt (MWdc) Posey Solar Project in Posey County, Indiana.

UK construction company's team switches HQ to self-sufficient solar energy

US exceeds 5 million solar installations nationwide

RES submits planning application for 49.9 MW Nuneham Solar Farm in Oxfordshire

Scottish green energy installer secures investment to scale operations in Scotland

Monalee expanding across US enabling thousands to run their homes on solar

GE Vernova signs contract for new solar project in Turkey

Rivian Partners with Pivot Energy to Build Community Solar in Illinois


RWE To Build Australia’s First Eight-Hour Battery

RWE To Build Australia’s First Eight-Hour Battery

Leading global renewables player RWE announced its investment decision to build Australia’s first eight-hour battery near Balranald, in New South Wales (NSW). RWE’s eight-hour lithium-ion Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) was the only successful project in New South Wales’ first Long Duration Storage Long-Term Energy Service Agreements tender process, and was awarded a Long-Term Energy Service Agreement.

DNV assists Philippine battery energy storage project through to commercial operation


InterSolar Europe

InterSolar Europe

ACP RECHARGE: Energy Storage Summit

Powerelec Kenya

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El jurado de la feria ees (la gran feria europea de las baterías y los sistemas acumuladores de energía) ya ha seleccionado los productos y soluciones innovadoras que aspiran, como finalistas, al gran premio ees 2021. Independientemente de cuál o cuáles sean las candidaturas ganadoras, la sola inclusión en este exquisito grupo VIP constituye todo un éxito para las empresas. A continuación, los diez finalistas 2021 de los ees Award (ees es una de las cuatro ferias que integran el gran evento anual europeo del sector de la energía, The smarter E).