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Australian green hydrogen project grows from 1 GW to 8 GW, following commitment from Total Eren

Province Resources has signed a memorandum of understanding with French renewable energy developer Total Eren, which could see the two companies have equal shares in Province’s HyEnergy Zero Carbon Hydrogen project proposed in northwest Western Australia.

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Qair begins construction on 30 MW of solar in Chad

The renewable energy unit of the Total group expects to energize two solar parks next year.

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African petrol stations embracing solar

Roof-mounted solar, and even storage systems, provide cheaper power than mains electricity or diesel generation, prompting companies such as Total to install modules at forecourts across the continent.

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Total buys 2.2 GW PV project pipeline

French energy group Total’s latest solar acquisition in the United States includes 600 MW of co-located storage assets.

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Total Eren and EDF Renewables secure $165 million for 450 MW solar project in India

Developer Eden Renewables India won the project, currently under construction in Rajasthan, in a Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) auction.

Total leaves American Petroleum Institute

Total has decided not to renew its membership in the American Petroleum Institute, following a detailed analysis of its climate positions. The French energy giant said the group’s positions are at odds with its climate targets.

Jenny Chase predicts up to 194 GW of solar this year

Falling module prices will help PV post another record year after an estimated 132 GW was installed worldwide in 2020, according to an energy transition investment trends report published by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

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Total to acquire 20% stake in Adani Green Energy

French oil and gas giant Total already owns a stake in developer Adani Green Energy’s 2.3 GW of operational solar assets in India through a joint venture.

Total, Hanwha Group to build 1.6 GW of solar, storage in US market

French energy giant Total called the 50:50 joint venture a “first significant step” into the U.S. utility-scale solar market.

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Engie, Total plan 40 MW solar-powered electrolyzer

The two French energy giants have announced a partnership agreement to develop, build and operate the Masshylia project – a 40 MW electrolyzer coupled with solar parks at the Total biorefinery in Châteauneuf-les-Martigues, in the southern region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d´Azur.

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