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Germany and Norway announced the successful completion of an ambitious project to connect the two countries via a submarine cable to exchange renewable energy. Called NordLink, it is currently one of the longest submarine cables in the world: it starts at Tonstad, a town in southern Norway and terminates at Wilster in northern Germany, covering a distance of 623 kilometres. NordLink will facilitate the exchange of wind and solar energy from Germany with hydroelectric power from Norway. This will also help the two countries strengthen the reliability of renewable energy and overcome gaps in supply caused due to varying levels of sunshine, wind and rain. NordLink is the first direct power connection between Germany and Norway. The high-voltage DC link enables the exchange of 1,400 megawatts.
  • May 31, 2021
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In another boost to Australia’s fast-growing green hydrogen industry, French renewable energy manufacturer Total Eren will collaborate with Province Resources, a renewable energy manufacturer based in Perth to construct an 8GW green hydrogen facility in Western Australia.
  • April 24, 2021
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Dutch energy producer Eneco has announced that it will be doubling its solar and wind capacity, bringing it up to 2,500MW within the next 5 years. Specifically, Eneco will boost value from a demand-supply steering model in an energy system that is becoming increasingly complex and decentralised.
  • April 7, 2021
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The Albanian government tasked International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) to conduct a Renewables Readiness Assessment as it works towards boosting renewable energy development
  • April 6, 2021
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The hybrid project is contingent on the construction of a 900km interconnector which will transmit electricity between New South Wales and South Australia, where the project is based
  • March 16, 2021
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Dubbed Mogadoro, the 49MW plant in northeast Portugal is expected to produce up to 80m KW per year .

  • January 26, 2021
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