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Wärtsilä power plant to support renewables in Barbados

The technology group Wärtsilä has won the contract to supply a 33 MW flexible power plant on a fast-track basis to the Barbados Light & Power Company Limited, the utility company on the Caribbean island of Barbados.


ADFD approves financing of renewable energy projects

Abu Dhabi Fund for Development has confirmed the allocation of approximately US$105 million for eight renewable energy projects under the seventh cycle of its partnership with the International Renewable Energy Agency.


 

The STA respond to Ofgem’s RIIO-ED2 2023 announcement

Ofgem has announced plans to push electricity suppliers to invest more in developing a carbon neutral energy system in the next price control period, in 2023, following pressure from industry and business groups to do more to accelerate decarbonisation of the energy system.

Siemens Gamesa enhances sustainable funding strategy

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy continues to demonstrate that sustainability can be present in every step it takes as a company, including its funding strategy. In less than a year, it has accumulated €1.48 billion in green guarantee lines.

Lincoln Clean Energy becomes Ørsted

In October 2018, Ørsted acquired Lincoln Clean Energy (LCE). Since then, areas of the business have been systematically integrated to ensure an effective operating model capitalising on the capabilities from both companies.


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IMCA 2019 awards celebrate safety and sustainability

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) recently announced the winners of its 2019 Safety and Environmental Sustainability Awards at its Health, Safety & Environmental Seminar in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Drax to become carbon negative by 2030

British energy company, Drax Group Plc, announced their ambition to become carbon negative when Chief Executive Officer Will Gardiner spoke at a Powering Past Coal Alliance event at COP 25 in Madrid, Spain on 10 December 2019.