- Weekly renewables M&A round-up (Nov 23-27)
- EC greenlights transfer of control over MHI Vestas
- NKT gets picked for EUR-250m offshore wind cabling job
- Ardian, A2A to cooperate on green hydrogen development in Italy
- Repsol to spend EUR 5.5bn on renewables in 2021-2025
- 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
- Short-term adjustment to the collateral model
- Adjustment to parameters in the Nord Pool collateral model
- Pre-Thanksgiving gasoline prices at lowest level since 2015
- EIA updates geological maps of Midland Basin's Wolfcamp formation
- SIDC: Expansion of 30 and 15 minute products and Revised Local Implementation Project 14 Go-Live
- New York generated the fourth most electricity from renewable sources of any state in 2019
- Off-grid solar generation could affect how Africa uses coal, natural gas for electricity
- About 25% of U.S. power plants can start up within an hour
- Recognised Guarantees of Origin 2020
- Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs) retired for export (2019/20)
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