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San Francisco selected as DOE Climate Action Champion, to embrace hydrogen and fuel cells for local transportation

The US Department of Energy has selected the city of San Francisco as the first Climate Action Champion to pursue hydrogen and fuel cell technologies for local transportation.

Gamesa boosts presence in India with supply of 198 MW Gamesa boosts presence in India with supply of 198 MW

Gamesa has secured four new orders for the supply of 198 MW in India.

Africa must increase renewable energy generation by 650% to achieve 2030 goal Africa must increase renewable energy generation by 650% to achieve 2030 goal

Sub-Saharan Africa must dramatically increase annual renewable energy deployment by to reach the continent’s ambitious targets established at COP21, according to a new report published by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).

Hydro Group expands presence in Asia Pacific region

Hydro Group plc has announced multiple Asia Pacific Business Partner agreements as the firm continues strategic growth in the region.

Cyberhawk to expand into Portuguese market Cyberhawk to expand into Portuguese market

Cyberhawk Innovations has announced a new partnership with Portugal’s leading engineering service provider and contractor Construção e Manutenção Electromecânica (CME).

Sierra Leone signs energy agreement with UK Sierra Leone signs energy agreement with UK

Sierra Leone has become the first country participating in the UK’s Energy Africa campaign to sign an agreement to ensure power for all citizens of Sierra Leone by 2025.

Up to half of Europe’s space heating could be renewable within 20 years, IHS says

Renewable sources could provide nearly half of the energy used to heat Europe’s homes by 2040, according to a recent study.

Meeco provides bespoke solar solutions for project in Ireland Meeco provides bespoke solar solutions for project in Ireland

The meeco Group is providing customized clean energy systems for countries with low radiation like Ireland.

Enel begins construction of its largest solar project in the United States

Enel, through its subsidiary Enel Green Power North America, has started construction of the Aurora utility-scale distributed photovoltaic solar project in Minnesota.

Navigant Research release key findings on global biogas market

A recent report from Navigant Research examines the global biogas market, covering policy issues and market drivers, with forecasts for capacity and revenue through to 2024.

Emerging markets overtake European countries in attractiveness for renewable energy investment Emerging markets overtake European countries in attractiveness for renewable energy investment

EY’s Renewable energy country attractiveness index (RECAI) rankings recently released show that while less mature markets across Latin America, Africa and Asia continue their ascent, European markets have slipped down.

Solar market set to soar globally throughout 2016

Reduced costs of photovoltaics and growth in attendance at EES and Intersolar conferences globally are just some of the factors indicative of a continual rise in solar energy generation.

China’s total wind power generation to triple by 2030 China’s total wind power generation to triple by 2030

Wind power installed capacity in China will increase from approximately 149 GW in 2015 to over 495 GW by 2030, representing a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 9%, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.

Mexico and Spain to create strategic alliance to foster PV development

The Spanish Photovoltaic Union and the Mexican Association of Photovoltaic Energy have agreed to create a strategic alliance in order to share experiences and knowledge between the two countries.

Gamesa to supply 136.5 MW in Brazil Gamesa to supply 136.5 MW in Brazil

Gamesa, has received a new order for the supply of 65 of its G114-2.1 MW turbines at the Babilonia wind complex currently being developed in the town of Morro do Chapéu, in Bahia state.