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Turkey’s new renewables expansion targets and prospects for green hydrogen

The electricity produced from renewable sources across solar, wind and geothermal has tripled in the last decade in Turkey, reaching 44% in 2019 and exceeding the government's initial 38.8% target.

MET Group’s Kaba Solar Power Plant to provide ancillary services for Hungarian TSO

By successfully completing the TSO pre-qualification process and signing required commercial contracts, MET Group’s Kaba Solar Power Plant in Hungary will provide ancillary services for MAVIR from 1 November.

Easier access to corporate renewable PPAs can tackle Europe’s energy crisis

The European Commission has endorsed easy access to corporate renewable PPAs, important instruments in the Commission’s newly released toolbox which guides Member States on how to deal with the current surge in energy prices.

HEP to build new 60 MW of solar power plants in cooperation with local municipalities

HEP has concluded agreements with seven municipalities for the development of solar power plant projects with a total capacity of 60 megawatts.

Eesti Energia starts assessing the environmental impact of the most developed offshore wind farm in the region

In order to implement the project of the most developed offshore wind farm in the neighbouring region, Skepast&Puhkim will carry out an environmental impact assessment of Eesti Energia’s Liivi offshore wind farm project in the Gulf of Riga.

Enefit Green gets a 130 million euros loan to build wind farms

Enefit Green has signed investment and liquidity loan agreements with SEB and OP Bank in the amount of 130 million euros for the development of new wind farms.

The renewable energy potential of the Black Sea region: a political challenge

The Black Sea region is now emerging as a potential renewables hub. However, it is not a technological challenge anymore but a political one as everybody must get on board for the energy transition to happen.

GE Renewables to power Turkey with 1.3 GW solar projects

GE Renewable Energy has been selected by Kalyon to deliver its FLEXINVERTER solar power station technology for the Karapinar solar plant in Turkey.

SEF 2021 DIGITAL: a unique online event dedicated to all the segments of renewable energy

SEF 2021 DIGITAL is a two days unique online event dedicated to all the segments of renewable energy and all European emerging markets. In particular, the focus will be pointed to the Balkan market, Poland, Ukraine, Moldova and the Baltic countries.

NextPower III ESG fund acquires 42.3 MW solar portfolio from Green Genius

Green Genius and NextPower III ESG have entered into an agreement by which Green Genius sold a 42.3 megawatts of solar PV portfolio in Poland.

Amber Grid launches generation of green electricity from solar power plants

Lithuania's TSO Amber Grid installed 450 kilowatts solar power plant and started producing green electricity for the needs of the gas network.

IHA report identifies 300 GW gap in hydropower needed to limit global warming

More than 500 GW of hydropower installations are in the pipeline worldwide, but this is far short of what is required to limit dangerous global warming. This is the conclusion of a new report published by the International Hydropower Association.

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