India could face over 21.6% or 3 GW of solar PV and wind installations being delayed as a result of the country’s lockdown, according to Wood Mackenzie.
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The Power-to-Fuel project, led by Liquid Wind, will establish commercial-scale renewable fuel facilities.
ECOHZ states that according to new statistics from the Association of Issuing Bodies, the growth in renewable energy demand has outpaced renewable energy supply in 2019.
A consortium consisting of ACWA Power, GIC and AEPC has achieved the financial closure for the 500 MW solar photovoltaic Independent Power Project (IPP) at Ibri in the Sultanate of Oman.
Wood Mackenzie states that the coronavirus crisis will cause global wind additions in 2020 to decline by 4.9GW compared to their previous projections.
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