Amber Grid Will Concentrate on Ecological Gas

Amber Grid, a gas-electric grid operator, has unveiled its strategic plan through 2030. In the following decade, the company’s operations and resources will be focused on the development of facilities for green power transmission.
It intends to develop and modify the gas-electric grid so that renewable energy supplies can be safely transported to energy providers and buyers. The plan also includes infrastructure development and the implementation of a single market and trade zone.

TotalEnergies Purchases a Share in Clearway Group

TotalEnergies has reported the addition of agreements with GIP to purchase a 50% stake in Clearway Energy Group. The group is the fifth largest renewable energy player in the United States.
TotalEnergies is expanding its progress in the renewable energy industry by working with GIP, a top international infrastructure company, in this acquisition. This is its largest investment in green energy in the United States, which is one of the main three sustainable markets worldwide.

Europe Prioritizes Renewable Energy Permitting

The European Commission has unveiled a fresh package of measures aimed at weaning the EU off Russian coal and oil by 2027.
Renewables are at the heart of Europe’s energy security, according to the strategy. And, most importantly, it addresses the licensing bottlenecks that are impeding the growth of renewable power.
A new law will entrench the concept that renewables are considered to be in the best interests of the public. They’ve also described how authorities might simplify their licensing processes in …

Neoen Has Won Seven French Solar Projects

Neoen, a renewable power provider, has revealed that it has been handed 92.5 MWp in the French government’s latest offer for contracts for ground-based solar power plants.
The 92.5 MWp is divided between seven projects. Neoen is the largest shareholder in these initiatives, which is consistent with the company’s business approach.

Ingeteam Inverters Employed in New Macedonia Plants

The first large-scale PV facility in North Macedonia is now under development and nearing completion. The Oslomej solar plant, funded by the EBRD, was erected in Kichevo and features eight 1400 kW Ingeteam photovoltaic inverters.
This PV facility is the first stage of a bigger work that will entail the building of hundreds of megawatts of PV energy facilities in the following months. Europower Solar, a subsidiary of the Turkish firm Girisim Elektrik A.S., developed the first part of 11.7 MW of power capacity.

Europe Will Expand Its Solar PV Market

Key solar industry players assembled in Brussels to discuss how a revitalized European PV industry can meet the continent’s environmental and energy security problems.
The event, organized by the French CEA, SolarPowerEurope, and EIT InnoEnergy, focused on the reconstruction of European solar PV production and how to maximize cooperation between EU environmental and industrial aspirations.