Wood Mackenzie expects China to add 251 GW of new wind capacity between 2020 and 2029.
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Vena Energy has chosen Vestas to service the 54 MW Gamesa turbines at the Pililla Wind Project in the Philippines.
Canadian Solar has begun the construction of the 10 MWp Groß Siemz solar plant in Northern Germany.
ONYX InSight has signed a deal with Rio Energy to bring advanced predictive maintenance to the Brazilian market.
The US Department of Energy has selected five projects to receive funding for geothermal energy research.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners enter into joint venture to develop offshore wind in Hokkaido, Japan.
Hitachi ABB Power Grids has won an order to connect the Shetlands to the UK transmission system, meaning wind energy generated on the islands will contribute to the UK’s decarbonisation target.
According to Sarens, full offshore wind energy potential could be unlocked through floating offshore wind, as wind farms would not be restricted to shallower waters.
Cornwall Insight has commented on National Grid’s Future Energy Scenarios, which stated that hydrogen was key for three out of four net zero scenarios.
CleanBay Renewables announces partnership with Kiewit to engineer and construct an anaerobic digestion plant to produce renewable energy.