Fortum to develop biggest solar farm in Russia
energy business Fortum and the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) are partnering on a 116MW solar energy plant in Russia, which will certainly be
Mar 2, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, Asia, Russia, Fortum, solar farm
Energy Efficient Buildings in the United States and Russia
regulations and investments. Consequently, building projects in the U.S. and Russia are required to have a section entitled "energy efficiency" that summarizes
Sep 23, 2021 // Blog, Europe, Asia, Russia, energy efficient, Energy Efficient Buildings
Faster Solar, Wind Deployment In IEA's 10 point plan for Reducing EU Dependence on Russia
high energy dependence on Russia has stymied European initiatives to counter the Russian intrusion of Ukraine with permissions, with the heavy training
Mar 9, 2022 // Policy, Europe, Asia, IEA, Russia, Kadri Simson, International Energy Agency
EU Saved EUR12 Billion Due to Wind & Solar Expansion Due to Ukraine-Russia Conflict: Ember Report
conflict in between Russia and Ukraine that proceeds for a year currently has actually proved to be a 'blessing in disguise' for the European Union with regards
Feb 22, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Solar Energy, European Union, Solar Power, Wind Energy, Ember, Russia Ukraine war, European Electricity Review 2023, Russia and Ukraine conflict, Sarah Brown
Sweden's Midsummer ships CIGS solar cell production line to Russia
Rusnano will work to develop the non-silicon flexible photovoltaics market in Russia as well as the Eurasian Union. The DUO maker for the Saransk factory was the
Feb 9, 2021 // Manufacturing News, Sweden, Europe, Asia, Russia, Midsummer AB, CIGS solar cell
ROUND-UP: 1MW of PV at Gazprom oil plant in Russia, Hungarian milestones for Photon Energy
plant fired up at Gazprom Neft oil refinery in Russia 21 October: Russian renewables developer Hevel has inaugurated a 1MW solar power station
Oct 23, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Jinko Solar, Hungary, pv modules, Europe, Asia, Russia, gazprom, photon energy, Oleg Shutkin, Oleg Belyavsky, Georg Hotar
Russian Aluminum Imports Sanctioned With 200% Tariff by The US
signed a proclamation that imposes a 200% tariff on aluminum imports from Russia. This tariff applies to aluminum extrusion imports from Russia and will
Feb 28, 2023 // Tariffs, Policy, USA, Aluminum, North America, Joe Biden
European Commission Ponders Hiking Renewable Energy Target To 45% By 2030
Ukraine-Russia conflict, as well as the vagaries of climate modification might simply have actually nudged the European Commission when it pertains to its
Apr 21, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Ukraine, Solar Energy, Europe, Asia, Russia, european commission, Renewable Energy, Wind Energy, Ursula von der Leyen, Deputy Director General of the Energy Department, Frans Timmermans, Mechthild Woersdoerfer, russian gas dependence
Russian Far East sees 75 MW of large scale solar come online
company Core Value Capital, solar developer Green Source Consulting GmbH and Russian energy project business Vershina Development LLC has announced commissioning
Nov 1, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Europe, Asia, Russia, Far East
Rosatom's Storage Department Takes 49% Risk in Korean Energy Storage Firm
a center for producing lithium-ion cells and also energy storage systems in Russia, with a minimum of 2 GWh manufacturing capacity by 2030. The first stage of
Mar 9, 2021 // Storage, Lithium-ion batteries, Energy storage systems, RENERA LLC, Rosatom State Corporation, Natalia Nikipelova
The Netherlands Prompts Cuts In power Consumption To Reduce Russian Influence
the renewables in their energy mix to reduce their dependancy from the Russian oil as well as gas items, the Netherlands federal government is seeking cuts
Jul 5, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Europe, Netherlands, European Union, Dutch Regulations, petajoules, power consumers, power sector, Russia Ukraine war, Russian oil and gas
DTEK inaugurates 240 MW solar plant in Ukraine
as the nation is locked into trilateral gas transmission negotiations with Russia and the EU. Contracts governing gas transmission from Russia
Nov 2, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Ukraine, DTEK, Europe, Risen
Ukrainian energy company reboots grid generation from its solar parks
a three-day test of running the grid in isolation from the power systems of Russia and Belarus. That grid seclusion exercise was part of a plan to at some point
Mar 1, 2022 // Plants, Policy, Ukraine, DTEK, Europe, Asia, Russia, Solar Park, Belarus, Ukrenergo
Unigreen Energy begins on gigawatt HJT factory
new EnCore manufacturing facility in Kaliningrad, Russia, which is along the Baltic coast in between Poland and also Lithuania, will certainly be situated at
Jul 30, 2021 // Manufacturing News, Europe, Asia, Russia, HJT, n-type, Hevel Solar, gigafactory, unigreen
'Nuclear power is currently the most costly kind of generation, with the exception of gas peaking plants'
study reported. 6 nuclear reactors were grid-connected last year: three in Russia, 2 in China and also one in South Korea. At the same time, five nuclear plants
Sep 24, 2020 // Market Research, France, South Korea, China, United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, North America, Turkey, Russia, United States