The Department of Energy and Natural Resources (“Ministry“) announced the details of the new competitions for wind power plants for the allocation of zones of renewable energy sources (Yenilenebilir Enerji Kaynak Alanları, YEKA) and connection capabilities. According to the ministry, competitions will be organized for 42 connection zones in orderRead More →

PARIS–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Regulatory news: Technip Energies (PARIS: TE) announced today that Arnaud Pieton, Managing Director, will address participants on Tuesday June 22 at 10:30 am EDT during the following event: JP Morgan Conference on Energy, Electricity and Renewable Energies June 22 – 23, 2021 Location: Virtual conference The liveRead More →

ENGIE Energy Access and Energy Web have signed a partnership agreement aiming to electrify sub-Saharan Africa with green solar energy. The team plans to create what it calls a decentralized financing crowdfunding (DeFi) platform that will allow investors to provide microloans that will support the deployment of renewable energy, accordingRead More →

How to finance access to electricity in rural areas? This is a major concern for providers of decentralized electricity access solutions. Engie Energy Access tries to answer this nagging question by setting up the decentralized crowdfunding platform “DeFi”. The subsidiary of French energy giant Engie is developing this solution inRead More →

BETHESDA, Maryland – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Enviva Partners, LP (NYSE: EVA) (“Enviva” or the “Partnership”) today announced that members of its management team will virtually attend and meet with investors at the upcoming JP Morgan conference on the energy, electricity and renewable energies from Tuesday, from June 22 to WednesdayRead More →

PLANO, Texas – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Denbury Inc. (NYSE: DEN) (“Denbury” or the “Company”) today announced that Chris Kendall, President and CEO, will participate in a fireside conversation at the JP Conference Morgan Energy, Power & Renewables on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 11:10 a.m. Central Time (12:10 p.m. EST).Read More →

Although the world’s first tidal power station was built as early as 1966, the power source did not take off to the same extent as solar and wind power. Source: NovaInnovation. Nova tidal turbines have been powering homes and businesses across the Scottish archipelago for over five years; we studyRead More →

Although the world’s first tidal power station was built as early as 1966, the power source did not take off to the same extent as solar and wind power. Source: Nova Innovation. Nova’s tidal turbines have powered homes and businesses across the Scottish Archipelago for over five years; we studyRead More →

SANTA CLARA, California – Last month, the City of Santa Clara, through its municipality-owned electric utility, Silicon Valley Power (SVP), entered into a three-year contract with CIM Group’s Aquamarine Westside project to purchase approximately 500,000 megawatt hours (MWh) of renewable energy. The energy comes from their newly constructed solar projectRead More →