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Israel announces first offshore energy exploration licensing round

The Israeli Ministry of Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resources (MIEWR), the government agency responsible for overseeing all petroleum-related activities in Israel, plans to host a road show in September 2016 for promotion of the country’s first offshore energy licensing round.

DP Energy receives Development Approval for Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park DP Energy receives Development Approval for Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park

DP Energy’s Port Augusta Renewable Energy Park has received Development Approval from the South Australian Government.

First Solar wins 160mw of module contracts in Turkey

First Solar, Inc. has announced that it has booked 160 MW of photovoltaic module sales in Turkey in the first half of 2016.

DONG Energy welcomes consent decision for Hornsea Project Two offshore wind farm DONG Energy welcomes consent decision for Hornsea Project Two offshore wind farm

The Secretary of State for Energy has granted development consent for the Hornsea Project Two offshore wind farm, located 89 kilometres off the Yorkshire coast.

National Trust historic home fitted with biomass boilers National Trust historic home fitted with biomass boilers

An historic mansion housing one of the world’s finest collections of antique miniatures is reaping the benefits of being heated by the latest in 21st Century green technology.

SgurrEnergy secures O&M contract for Inch Cape offshore met mast SgurrEnergy secures O&M contract for Inch Cape offshore met mast

SgurrEnergy has secured an operations and maintenance contract for the Inch Cape Offshore Met Mast off the coast of Angus, Scotland.

Kokam to build 36 MW energy storage system for KEPCO in South Korea Kokam to build 36 MW energy storage system for KEPCO in South Korea

Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) has awarded battery solutions provider Kokam a contract to develop a 36 MW (13 MWh) energy storage system (ESS) for frequency regulation at the Non-Gong substation in South Korea.

Larkfleet seeks funding for Solar Steam demonstration in Mexico

Lark Energy has applied for funding to test its revolutionary renewable solar thermal system in Mexico.

PV Energy equips public schools in Antigua and Barbuda with solar power

The Government of Antigua and Barbuda (GOAB) has concluded a contract with the UK-based clean energy provider PV Energy Limited to conduct a clean power project comprising a total of 10 MWp of solar power.

University student designs new energy storage system

A Lancaster engineering undergraduate has invented a new design for a Flywheel Energy Store.

Dominican Republic can triple renewable energy share by 2030, new IRENA report finds Dominican Republic can triple renewable energy share by 2030, new IRENA report finds

The Dominican Republic could increase the share of modern renewable energy in its energy mix from 9 to 27 per cent by 2030, according to a new report launched by IRENA.

Japanese companies team up to launch virtual power plant experimental project

Fourteen Japanese companies have come together to launch the "Virtual Power Plant Experimental Project".