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Enel to sell $1.35bn worth stake in Mexican renewable assets Italian energy giant Enel will divest 80% stake in 1,712MW Mexican renewable portfolio for $1.35bn to La Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) and CKD Infraestructura México (CKD IM). Power Generation > Wind > News

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Biofuels & Biomass

Weltec to expand biogas plant in France
Weltec Biopower has jointly launched an expansion project in Iffendic (Bretagne) with its French partner WELTEC Agripower.
Power Generation > Biofuels & Biomass > News
Everbright International to build waste-to-energy project in Jiangsu Province
China Everbright International has signed a supplementary concession agreement with the Public Utility Management Bureau of Yixing City, Jiangsu Province, to invest in and construct the Yixing Waste-to-energy Project (Yixing Project) Phase II, which commands a total investment of approximately RMB780m.
Power Generation > Biofuels & Biomass > News

Fossil Fuel

Wartsila to optimize operations of Caimancito natural gas plant in Argentina
By EBR Staff Writer
Finland-based Wärtsilä has won a contract from Sullair Argentina to improve the reliability and availability of the 92MW natural gas-fired Caimancito power plant located in northwest Argentina.
Power Generation > Fossil Fuel > News
ABB secures substation construction contract from Dubai Hills Estate
ABB has secured a contract worth about $45m from Dubai Hills Estate to build a substation that will boost distribution capacity and feed power to a new integrated lifestyle project being constructed in Dubai.
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Geothermal

Geothermal low-temperature demonstration power plant commissioned in Indonesia
By EBR Staff Writer
GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences and its partners have commissioned a new geothermal low-temperature demonstration power plant in Indonesia.
Power Generation > Geothermal > News
Finland-based Taaleri to finance German geothermal power plant
By EBR Staff Writer
Taaleri, a Finnish financial service company has agreed to finance a 30MW geothermal power plant in Germany to be built at an estimated cost of €160m.
Power Generation > Geothermal > News

Hydro

Marine Power Systems unveils wave energy generator for sea-based testing
By EBR Staff Writer
UK-based Marine Power Systems (MPS) has unveiled and put to test its quarter-scale, prototype wave energy generator named as WaveSub which has been designed to address challenges of energy generation at sea.
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UK to provide £557m funding for new renewable energy projects
By EBR Staff Writer
The UK Government has announced new funding worth up to £557m for the next round of renewable energy auctions, scheduled to take place in spring 2019.
Power Generation > Wind > News

Nuclear

South Africa grants environmental permit for Eskom’s 4GW nuclear project
By EBR Staff Writer
South African electricity utility, Eskom has secured approval from the South African Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) to proceed with the construction of new 4GW nuclear power plant at Duynefontein in the Western Cape.
Power Generation > Nuclear > News
Allied Power secures maintenance contract for Exelon's nuclear plants in US
Allied Power has been awarded a five-year contract to provide maintenance and modification services for 14 Exelon nuclear plant sites in five states as well as fleet wide staff augmentation services.
Power Generation > Nuclear > News

Solar

Acciona to develop 150MW solar power plants in Egypt
By EBR Staff Writer
Acciona Energía, a subsidiary of Spain-based Acciona will develop three solar photovoltaic (PV) plants with a combined capacity of 150MW (186 MW-peak) in Egypt with an investment of around $180m.
Power Generation > Solar > News
Norway's Saga Energy sign $2.9bn solar power deal with Iran’s Amin Energy
By EBR Staff Writer
Norway’s solar installer Saga Energy has reportedly signed €2.5bn ($2.9bn) agreement with Iran’s state-owned Amin Energy Developers for the installation of 2GW of solar capacity in Iran.
Power Generation > Solar > News

Wind

Statoil and Masdar commission world’s first floating wind farm in Scotland
By EBR Staff Writer
Statoil and Masdar have commissioned the 30MW Hywind floating offshore wind farm off the coast of Peterhead, Scotland, which is claimed to be world’s first floating wind farm.
Power Generation > Wind > News
Boralex, Infinergy form JV to develop 325MW onshore wind portfolio in Scotland
By EBR Staff Writer
Canada based renewable energy developer Boralex and UK based Infinergy have formed a 50-50 joint venture to develop 325MW portfolio of onshore wind projects in Scotland.
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