Tideway, the offshore division of DEME, has completed the installation of 467km export cable at Ørsted’s Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm in the UK.
Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) and Norwegian energy group E-CO Energi Holding have signed a long-term loan agreement of NOK1.8bn (€185m) to finance the construction of three hydroelectric power stations and the expansion of an existing power plant in Norway.
Australian renewables developer Edify Energy has secured an approval from the New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment for its new A$407m ($294.4m) solar farm at Darlington Point near Griffith in New South Wales.
Enel Green Power Mexico (EGPM), the renewable energy subsidiary of the Enel Group, has begun construction on the 244MW Dolores wind farm in the municipality of China, the company’s first project in the state of Nuevo León, Mexico.
UGL and CPB Contractors, belonging to Australia’s engineering services company CIMIC Group, have been selected by Tasmania’s water and sewage utility TasWater for a capital works programme to support and develop water and wastewater infrastructure and major regional water projects in Tasmani ...
France-based Nexans has won a full turnkey contract worth more than €100m from the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) for a submarine link of the Mindanao Visayas Interconnection Project (MVIP) with the national grid.
L&T Construction, the construction subsidiary of L&T, has won orders worth INR32.33bn ($458m) across business segments in India and abroad.
Dredging International, GeoSea and Tideway – subsidiaries of Belgian company Dredging, Environmental and Marine Engineering (DEME), have won contracts worth €500m for the 487MW SeaMade Offshore Wind Farm in Belgium.
Enel Green Power España (EGPE), the renewable energy division of Spanish electric utility company Endesa, has begun construction on three solar plants in the Province of Badajoz in the Spanish region of Extremadura.
The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) and South African power utility Eskom have signed a loan agreement of ZAR2.886bn ($206m) and $25m, which will be used to improve power transmission in Southern Africa.
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