Latest Renewables News

  • Azelio signs MoU for Moroccan battery storage

    Swedish energy storage developer Azelio has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Moroccan EPC contractor Jet Energy to develop up to 45MW of battery capacity with Morocco as its primary market

  • Australia’s largest solar park reaches FC

    Neoen's Western Downs Green Power Hub in Queensland reached financial close today after securing A$600 million from 7 commercial lenders

  • Empower invites advisory bids for African renewables

    Oslo-based impact fund manager Empower New Energy has invited expressions of interest from consultancy firms for the legal, technical, tax, and model auditor roles on its renewable energy portfolio in Africa

  • Oz hydrogen plant closer to commercial supply

    Hydrogen Park South Australia, the first facility in the country to distribute hydrogen fuel commercially is one step closer to completion after signing a supply contract with BOC today

  • Research grant for Singapore floating ESS awarded

    The Energy Market Authority (EMA) and Keppel Offshore & Marine have today (26 October 2020) awarded a research grant to a consortium led by Envision Digital to develop the country's first floating energy storage system (ESS)

  • Japan signs MoU with Malaysia for hydrogen

    Japan-based energy company Eneos and trading house Sumitomo are partnering with Malaysia-based SEDC Energy, a subsidiary of state-owned Sarawak Economic Development, to build a hydrogen plant in Sarawak, Malaysia

  • Details emerge on Indonesia geothermal green bonds

    Indonesia energy company Star Energy Geothermal has priced 2 green bonds, with a total amount of $1.1 billion, for the Salak and Darajat geothermal fields in West Java, Indonesia. IJGlobal can disclose further details of the transactions

  • Star of the South to create more jobs

    The Star of the South, world’s largest offshore wind farm, will reportedly create more jobs than originally reported

  • US EXIM bank to fund 5G in Brazil

    Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) will finance infrastructure in Brazil totalling up to $1 billion with a special focus on telecommunications (including 5G networks)

  • Sponsors vie for NY offshore wind contracts

    At least 3 developers or joint ventures submitted bids into New York’s latest offshore wind request for proposals by the 20 October deadline

  • EXCLUSIVE Closing delayed for Mexican solar deal

    Atlas Renewable Energy, the Latin American renewable energy portfolio company of private equity firm Actis, has pushed back financial close for a 444MW (DC) solar asset in Mexico

  • EXCLUSIVE Lenders, terms surface in Key Capture project financing

    Key Capture Energy is working with a trio of lenders on the roughly $100 million financing of a portfolio of 6 energy storage projects in Texas

  • Ember hires new principal

    New York-based Ember Infrastructure has appointed a new principal

  • DIF gains LP commitment

    DIF Infrastructure VI has secured an additional LP commitment from a US pension fund

  • Portugal’s PM pledges €43bn for infra

    The prime minister of Portugal, António Costa, yesterday pledged to spend €43 billion on public infrastructure over the next decade