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132 MW wind farm to be developed in Bosnia

Elektroprivreda HZHB, a Bosnian power utility, plans to develop a 132 MW wind project in Bosnia. The project will be located near Rakitno, in the southern part of the country. The project will consist of 20 wind turbines. The feasibility study for the project has recently been completed.

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Iberdrola to supply solar power to Danone through the Francisco Pizarro project

Iberdrola, a Spanish power developer has signed a long-term power purchase agreement with Danone, a French food company. As per the ten-year agreement, Iberdrola will supply of 73 GWh of power annually from the Francisco Pizarro plant. With this agreement, the entirety of the renewable electricity used in Danone’s plants and factories in Spain will come from this solar project.

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Woodside Energy to set up a hydrogen project in Tasmania

Woodside Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Tasmanian Government outlining the state’s support for the company’s H2TAS project, which is a proposed renewable hydrogen production facility in Bell Bay. The signing of this MoU demonstrates support for companies, such as Woodside, looking to develop the hydrogen industry in Tasmania.

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EDP Renewables acquires majority stake in C2 Omega

EDP Renewables North America LLC (EDPR NA) has acquired a majority interest in C2 Omega LLC, a distributed solar platform of C2 Energy Capital LLC. Post-acquisition, the new company will be known as EDPR NA Distributed Generation LLC (EDPR NA DG). The company is set to acquire an 85 per cent equity stake in C2s solar portfolio.

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PNE AG to develop 2 GW offshore wind farm in Vietnam

German renewable energy group, PNE AG announced its plans to develop a 2-GW offshore wind farm in the waters of the Phu Cat and Phu Dinh districts, in the Central Vietnamese province of Vietnam. The announcement was made at a working group meeting between the German company and the authorities of the province. An estimated investment of $4.8 billion will be required for the project as the company aims to install 154-166 wind turbines in the province.

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Sudan signs an agreement with Abu Dhabi for 500 MW solar plants

The Sudanese transitional government has signed an agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the development of the electricity sector in Sudan through the construction of several photovoltaic solar power plants. The agreement of intent foresees the production of 500 MWp from solar energy, which the country, with its desert climate, has enormous potential.

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BP and Microsoft come together to drive digital energy systems

BP and Microsoft have agreed to collaborate as strategic partners to facilitate digital transformation in energy systems and help the companies work towards their goals of becoming carbon neutral. A memorandum of understanding was signed by the two firms which includes the capabilities of each company to further the world’s collective goal of decarbonisation.

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