Gentari, the clean energy unit of Malaysian oil and gas supplier Petronas, has finalized its acquisition of Wirsol Energy’s Australian renewables assets, including 422 MW of operational capacity across solar and storage facilities, and 765 MW of potential capacity under development.
Dutch company Gasunie will collaborate with two German transmission system operators (TSOs) and one Danish TSO to import green hydrogen from the Netherlands and Denmark. Meanwhile, French independent power producer (IPP) HDF Energy commits to co-develop project in Morocco, and two Japanese companies move ahead with hydrogen production plant in Malaysia.
City Energy and Gentari have agreed to study the feasibility of building a hydrogen pipeline from Malaysia to Singapore.
LONGi, a world-leading solar technology company, recently held a customer appreciation event at the The St. Regis Kula Lumpur in Malaysia to reveal its newly launched Hi-MO 6 series, its first modules designed exclusively for the global distributed consumer market.
EODev will start delivering hydrogen generators by the end of 2024 to countries in the West and the Middle East, with a focus on regions with public incentive policies. German companies, meanwhile, have agreed to convert a gas pipeline network into a hydrogen pipeline network.
Tages Capital SGR, asset manager specialising in alternative infrastructure investment funds in the energy sector, announces the financial close for a €1.10 bln green loan – no recourse portfolio financing in favour of Ortigia Power 61 S.r.l., a company indirectly participated by the real estate fund Tages Helios II.
In Chile, Enel Green Power has begun construction on its first solar park in the country, the 36 MW Diego de Almagro facility.
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