Innogy SE has signed a Joint Development Agreement with US solar developer Birdseye Renewable Energy, LLC (Birdseye) regarding 13 solar projects with a total capacity of approximately 440 MW, to be located in the south-east of the USA.
The results of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)'s Clean Energy Request for Proposals have been announced, with Deepwater Wind winning the contested offshore wind allocation.
Sonnedix has announced the close of non-recourse refinancing of a portfolio of 12 photovoltaic plants in Spain with a total installed capacity of 30.4MWp at a total value of EUR140 million (US$162.5 million).
Magellan Wind and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), on behalf of Copenhagen Infrastructure III (CI III), have announced that they have entered into a partnership for the development of a portfolio of floating offshore wind projects off the California coast and other areas of the United States.
The World Bank has announced that it is providing US$125 million to the Noor Midelt solar project in Morocco, supporting the development and construction of two concentrated solar power and photovoltaic plants, which will have a total capacity of between 600 and 800 MW.
Quantum Power East Africa GT Menengai Ltd has secured financing from the African Development Bank (AfDB) and Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Clean Technology Fund (CTF) for the 35 MW Menengai geothermal project in Kenya.
The Green for Growth Fund (GGF) has announced that it has recently invested in two of the first large-scale wind farms in Serbia.
Longroad Energy Holdings, LLC has announced the financing and full notice to proceed of the Rio Bravo wind project, located in Starr County, Texas. The project involves the construction of a 237.6 MW wind farm comprised of 66 Vestas 3.6 MW V136 wind turbines.
Ellomay Capital Ltd., developer of renewable energy and power projects in Europe and Israel, has announced the close of a EUR35.9 million (US$41.9 million) project finance deal to refinance five of its subsidiaries in Italy.
Neoen has announced the signing of financing for Paradise Park, a 51 MWp solar photovoltaic project located in Jamaica. The company is a majority shareholder alongside MPC Caribbean Clean Energy Fund and Rekamniar Frontier Ventures.
German developer ib vogt and HSH Nordbank have successfully closed a EUR41 million (US$47.88 million) debt facility for a solar photovoltaic power plant, the 54.5 MWp Solarpark Scaldia, located in the municipalities of Borsele and Vlissingen in Zeeland, the Netherlands.
CWP Renewables and Partners Group have secured a AUD113 million (US$85.5 million) senior debt facility for the 135 MW Crudine Ridge wind farm, located near Mudgee in New South Wales. The estimated total investment required is AUD250 million (US$189.25 million).
The Governments of Ethiopia and Denmark have signed a financing arrangement to support the 100 MW Assela wind farm, located on the edge of the Rift Valley, 150km north of the capital Addis Ababa.
Snowy Hydro, an end-to-end electricity provider in Australia, has published a Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEOI) for the supply of long-term offtake arrangements from renewable energy sources - 400 MW of wind and 400 MW of solar power.
Ireland's Electricity Supply Board (ESB) and Bord na Móna have achieved financial close of the Oweninny wind project located in North County Mayo, in the west of Ireland. 50% of the total investment is being provided by the European Investment Bank (EIB).
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has signed a mandate with the government of Uzbekistan to advise the structuring of a tender for the construction and operation of a 100 MW solar plant.
Wind Energy Balkan Group (WEBG) has achieved financial close of the 158 MW Dolovo Cibuk I wind farm, located in the north-east of Serbia.
Crown Estate Scotland, the public body that manages Scottish land and property on behalf of the government, has unveiled proposals to lease seabed to encourage a new generation of offshore wind projects in Scotland’s waters.
Vattenfall, Luxcara and Facebook have signed long-term supply and service agreements for integrating the output of three new Norwegian wind projects into the electric grid that provides power to Facebook’s Nordic data centres in Odense, Denmark, and Luleå in Sweden.
Helsinki-based energy company St1 and Swedish forest products company SCA have formed a partnership to develop renewable fuels from tall oil.