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Engie to acquire 1.25 GW solar and storage project portfolio in US

Engie has purchased a 1.25 GW utility-scale solar and storage portfolio from Revolve Renewable Power, a Canadian startup. Through a share purchase agreement, Engie IR Holdings, a subsidiary of Engie, carried out the transaction. The solar and storage projects Bouse, with a 1 GW capacity, and Parker, with a 250 MW capacity, make up the acquired portfolio. Both projects are in Arizona’s La Paz County.

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Energy interdependence and independence are critical issues: Engie’s Amit Jain

There are numerous supply chain problems on a global level at present. These difficulties are especially apparent in the wind power segment. The number of players in this segment has declined, and they are more focused on their own geographies. These players have chosen the US as their primary focus, with other markets taking a back seat. Engie has a global target of commissioning 4 GW of renewable energy capacity ev­ery year and has recently decided to fo­cus on about 35 countries out of the 70 countries that Engie used to operate in.

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Renewable gases have a critical role to play: Engie’s Catherine MacGregor

We are indeed among the world leaders in renewables, and that is a platform that we are continuously developing. The strength in renewables is complemented by a large portfolio of flexible generation assets, which are absolutely key to addressing intermittency. And we own and operate significant critical networks and distributed energy infrastructure. Our teams are more focused than ever in contributing to the transformation of the energy mix to the development of both renewable power and renewable gases.

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Engie, Google Cloud to set up AI solution for wind energy

Engie has partnered with Google to build an artificial intelligence (AI)-based wind energy solution. Under the agreement, Engie and Google Cloud’s AI Services and Industry Solutions (AIIS) will collaborate to develop a solution that can predict the price and quantity of wind power to be sold in the market.

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Engie and Crédit Agricole Assurances acquire Eolia Renewables

Engie, a French energy company, and Crédit Agricole Assurances, a French insurance company, have agreed to acquire Eolia Renovables, a Spanish renewable energy provider. Engie will gain 821 MW of onshore wind capacity, 78 MW of solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity, and a 1.2 GW pipeline of renewable projects as part of the acquisition.

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Pele Green and EDF to build 100 MW PV plant in South Africa

Anglo American Platinum has chosen EDF Renewables South Africa and Pele Green Energy to build a 100 MWp solar photovoltaic system at its Mogalakwena platinum mine in South Africa. The initiative is part of the mining company’s long-term sustainability plan in South Africa. The partnership plans to start building the solar facility in the fourth quarter of 2022, with completion due in late 2023.

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ENGIE to finance 200 MW solar plant in Gujarat

In Gujarat, ENGIE will commission a 200 MW solar power project at the Raghanesda Solar Power Park. ENGIE worked with many government agencies in Gujarat to build the project. The company won the project through a bidding procedure, and a power purchase agreement for 25 years was signed in August 2019 with Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited.

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Scala Data to provide its 100 per cent renewable energy to its customers in Brazil by 2033

Scala Data Centers, a sustainable hyperscale data centre developed by Digital Bridge has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with ENGIE Brasil Energia. The contract, which extends Scala’s commitment to 100 percent renewable energy for another five years, ensures the delivery of more than 1,600 GWh of clean energy by 2033, enough to power a city of 700,000 people for a year.

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LONGi signs commercial cooperation agreement with Engie to supply high-efficiency solar modules

LONGi has announced the signing of a framework agreement with Engie Solar to supply over 600 MW of high-efficiency PV modules for projects across the globe. Engie reported that it will work together with LONGi, a trusted and valuable partner, to solidify carbon emissions and to build a carbon-negative world. Through a stronger collaboration with Engie, LONGi aims to reinforce its presence in global markets and offer more opportunities to accelerate the global energy transition.

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EDPR and Engie collaborate with Terna Energy for offshore wind development in Greece

Ocean Winds, a joint venture of EDP Renewables and Engie, has signed a collaboration agreement with Terna Energy for development of offshore wind projects in Greece. As part of the agreement, the companies will identify the most suitable areas in the Greek seas for co-development of floating offshore capacity. They together plan to develop a pipeline of over 1.5 GW capacity according to their development roadmap for the current decade.

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ENGIE acquires 100 MW concentrated solar power project in South Africa

ENGIE has finalised an agreement to acquire a 40 per cent equity stake from Abengoa in Xina Solar One, which is a concentrated solar project with a capacity of 100 MW. ENGIE has also acquired a share of 46 per cent of the operations and maintenance company. The plant is located in the Northern Cape of South Africa, where ENGIE’s 100 MW Kathu CSP plant is also located.

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Engie and Neoen propose 1 GW solar plus storage project in France

French energy giant Engie and ndependent power producer Neoen have announced plans to develop Europe’s largest solar-plus-storage plant . The project, “Horizeo” will have a installed capacity of 1 GW and include a green hydrogen production unit, an agrivoltaic plant, and a data center. It is estimated to cost Euro 1 billion and will be managed by French energy regulator CRE.

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