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Invenergy and GE to partner on America's largest wind farm

Invenergy and GE Renewable Energy have announced they will jointly buy a $4.5 billion wind farm currently planned to be the nation's largest.

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Spanish wind energy sector confident after successful tender

The Spanish wind energy sector has a new sense of confidence this morning after a successful national tender on Wednesday. 

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Kuwait plans tender for 1 GW solar PV project

The tender for $1.2 billion Dibdibah solar power plant will be issued in the first quarter of 2018, Bloomberg reports.

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Chinese bank green gains

A 51% jump in revenue at its wind and solar generation unit has helped China Suntien Green Energy post a bumper rise in first-half profit.

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Scottish Government Extends Support for Offshore Wind Accelerator

The Carbon Trust today said that the Scottish government has extended its financial support for the Carbon Trust’s collaborative research, development and demonstration program for offshore wind.

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US wind development increases by 40 percent in strong second quarter

Over 40 percent more wind power projects are under construction or advanced development in America than at this time last year, according to the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).

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4.5-GW Solar Project in the Sahara Desert Could Supply Power to Europe

TuNur Ltd. recently said that it has filed for authorization to build a solar power export project in the Sahara Desert that would supply the European market with electricity.

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China to invest £292bn in renewable power by 2020

China will plough 2.5tn yuan (£292bn) into renewable power generation by 2020, the country’s energy agency has said, as the world’s largest energy market continues to shift away from dirty coal power towards cleaner fuels.

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Germans Get Almost One-Third of Electricity from Renewables in 2016

In another shining example of renewable energy leadership, in 2016, Germany used more renewable electricity than ever before, receiving 32 percent of the gross amount of electricity consumed in the country from sun, wind and other renewable sources.

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May urged to back green future

British Prime Minister Theresa May should embrace the “huge industrial opportunity” for trade and growth offered by the low-carbon transition, according to the Renewable Energy Association.

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