Solar tender

India’s 1.2GW solar tender oversubscribed by 2.3GW

SECI has received a total of 3.5GW in bids, several from major firms, for the country’s 1.2GW solar power tender.
digitisation

Failure to digitise energy T&D systems to hinder the energy transition

DNV GL has revealed that barriers to vital digitisation of energy transmission and distribution (T&D) could hold back the success of the energy transition.
subsidy

Results of Italy’s new renewables subsidy auction announced

The results of the first auction under the new Italian renewables subsidy were announced on 28 January by Gestore dei Servizi Energetici.
sub-meters

Global electric sub-meters market to reach $24bn by 2029

The global electric sub-meters market will record more than 6% growth between 2018 and 2029, according to Future Market Insights.
itron grid4c

Itron, Grid4C partner to help utilities address next-gen business cases

Itron has partnered with Grid4C to integrate predictive analytics with smart meters to solve the industry’s next-generation use cases in real-time.
floating solar

First floating solar in the Middle East set for commissioning

The small resort island of Nurai in Abu Dhabi looks set to commission what will be the Middle East’s first floating solar plant, with Dubai-based solar developer Enerwhere ready to bring it online.
off-grid

ENGIE achieves milestone of 4 million off-grid connections in Africa

ENGIE Africa has announced that it has connected 4 million customers in Africa owing to its operations in the off-grid energy sector in the region.
India renewable

India unveils plans for 25GW “ultra-mega renewable energy parks”

India’s Ministry of new and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has unveiled plans to build what it terms as two “ultra mega renewable energy parks” boasting 25GW capacity at each in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan and Khavada in Gujarat
ENGIE nuclear

ENGIE expands partnership on nuclear research with CEA

ENGIE has expanded its partnership on research and development of nuclear technologies with CEA.
UK hydrogen

UK government backs world-first low carbon hydrogen projects

The UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded £13m ($17m) to fund two world-first hydrogen projects led by the HyNet consortium in the northwest of England.

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