State of the Wind Energy Industry in Argentina – Current Activity and Perspectives is a report which provides an accurate overview of the number of current installations, planned projects, and projected installed capacity to 2030.

This study assesses the potential for manufacturing renewable energy components in Jordan, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates. All three countries possess strong market potential, combined with existing industrial assets and a degree of prior experience with renewable-based power generation.

This report analyses how the interplay between risks, policies, and market developments has shaped renewable energy capacity addition in India, and identifies gaps that need to be addressed. As of 2017, India has the world’s fourth largest installed wind capacity and the sixth largest installed solar capacity.

Electricity tariffs discovered in the latest reverse auctions conducted by the state-run Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) for 1,200 MW of wind power went up to Rs 2.76/unit.

The Court of Appeal will start hearing an appeal by an American firm seeking to invest Sh23 billion in wind power generation in Lamu, on October 9.

This report is the contribution by the International Energy Agency to the 2018 Meeting of G7 Environment, Energy and Oceans Ministers.

PATIALA: The Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission (PSERC) has decided to revise the renewable purchase obligations for Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) till 2022 by inviting

French utility giant Engie said on Wednesday it has partnered with Paris-based infrastructure equity investor STOA to build a 50-50 joint venture platform to set up more than 2,000 MW of wind power

Electricity is set to dominate energy demand by mid-century, doubling to a 45% share as cars, buildings and manufacturers quickly shift away from fossil fuels, according to a global energy transiti

Recent data and research findings confirm the rapid capacity growth, ongoing cost and performance improvements, increasing technological sophistication and continued need for international standardisation for new renewables, such as offshore wind power and nascent ocean energy technologies.

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