MRC Allied, a property development firm based in the Philippines, is making a powerful foray into the energy scene, by revealing an ambitious plan to build up a portfolio of 1GW of clean energy by 2022 – with solar PV constituting half of that capacity.
The Australian state of Queensland has announced a 400MW renewable energy auction with 100MW ring-fenced for energy storage.
California is mandated to receive all its power from renewable sources by 2045 under legislation that passed in the Senate yesterday.
Abu Dhabi has broken ground on what will be the world’s largest independent solar plant, the deputy chairman of the country’s Executive Council has said.
Vietnam is set to build a brand new 30MW solar PV plant in the north-central province of Thanh Hoa.
Analysts and developers alike have been saying that Mexico will be the next biggest solar market for years now. But according to GTM Research’s Manan Parikh, the time is finally approaching for solar to ‘take-off’ in Mexico.
Hanover, New Hampshire, is the 29th US city to commit to a goal of procuring 100% of its energy from renewable sources.
Atlanta, Georgia, is the 27th US city to make the pledge to run on 100% clean energy.
Australia’s renewable energy sector experienced an all-time high for investment in 2016, according to the Clean Energy Regulator (CER).
NRG Energy, the New Jersey-based power producer, has completed a 20MW solar farm in California for leading IT and networking firm Cisco.
French renewable energy giant Engie has signed an agreement for a 30% equity investment through capital increase in Unisun Energy Group, a Chinese solar PV company.
Algeria plans to invite bids for 4GW of solar, according to a statement by energy minister Noureddine Boutarfa last week.
French energy group ENGIE has signed a partnership agreement with Sime Darby, a Malaysian multinational for the co-development of solar and integrated facilities management services.
Rhode Island governor Gina Raimondo has announced a new renewable portfolio standard RPS of 1GW by 2020 - that would increase the amount of clean energy currently in the state by tenfold.
As oil prices plummet, Saudi Arabia’s biggest oil and gas company mulls over a transition into a clean energy future.