- NextEnergy Capital acquires 53.8 MW of solar in Portugal, Chile
- Green hydrogen set for exponential growth, says Frost & Sullivan's
- Aker buying 75% in Mainstream Renewable Power
- Spain to R&D floating wind, PV to hydrogen system, Acciona coordinates
- MET Renewables gets regulatory approval to acquire Enel Green Power Bulgaria
- Operations achieved at 290-MW Nam Ngiep 1 hydropower plant between Laos and Thailand
- Holtec, Eos create battery manufacturing JV
- Australia in planning for multiple massive battery projects
- UK closes in on first geothermal power after successful drilling outcome
- Australia hits 2020 large-scale renewables target
- EIA forecasts less power generation from natural gas as a result of rising fuel costs
- Fossil fuel production expected to increase through 2022 but remain below 2019 peak
- Single Day-Ahead Coupling (SDAC) initiated investigation of partial decoupling 13th January
- U.S. oil and natural gas production to fall in 2021, then rise in 2022
- Nuclear and coal will account for majority of U.S. generating capacity retirements in 2021
- EU renewable energy financing mechanism: opening the way for private investment
- Adjustment to parameters in the Nord Pool collateral model
- Feed-in Tariff (FIT): Annual Report 2019-20
- Recognised Guarantees of Origin 2020
- Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs) retired for export (2019/20)
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