The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has agreed to support Bangladesh by providing a $170m loan to improve the sanitation infrastructure for 1.5 million residents in the capital city of Dhaka.
The UK Government has announced £120m to conduct repairs for strengthening the country’s defences against flood water and £200m to help more than 25 areas in the country to develop new actions to improve their resilience to flooding.
sPower, a US-based independent power producer, has secured a commitment of $350m in tax equity funding for its 620MW (Direct Current) Spotsylvania Solar Energy Center in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
White Construction, a subsidiary of Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives (IEA), has secured a $65m contract to build a 150MW wind farm in northern Iowa, US.
Natural gas distributor firmus energy has reappointed Kier to provide natural gas distribution infrastructure services in Northern Ireland.
Canadian Solar’s subsidiary Recurrent Energy has secured approval from the Mississippi Public Service Commission for the construction of the 100MW Sunflower solar power plant in the state.
Finland's technology group Wärtsilä has been awarded two EPC contracts, worth over €190m, for two gas-fired power plants in Latin America.
China’s Shanghai Electric Group has completed construction of its first combined cycle power plant (CCCP) in Sylhet, Bangladesh.
Cianbro in a joint venture with Irby Construction, Sargent Electric and Northern Clearing has been awarded a $300m contract to construct and upgrade transmission and provide land clearing for New England Clean Energy Connect (NECEC).
Danish power company Ørsted has announced the completion of its Sage Draw Wind project, a 338MW wind farm located in Garza and Lynn Counties in the US state of Texas.
BayWar.e. Wind has secured tax equity commitment from a consortium led by GE Energy Financial Services for the construction of its 250MW Amadeus wind farm in Texas, US.
A Bechtel-led construction team announced that it has placed the massive reaction building dome on Unit 4, the second of the two new nuclear units Vogtle’s Units 3 and 4, presently being constructed in Waynesboro, Georgia.
The World Bank has approved $700m in financing to Pakistan to fund the construction of the 4.32GW Dasu hydropower project.
North American energy infrastructure company TC Energy has announced its decision to proceed with the construction of the long-delayed $8bn Keystone XL (KXL) Pipeline Project, amid plunging oil prices.
Harworth Group, a UK-based regenerator of land and property, has completed the steel superstructure for the UK Atomic Energy Authority’s (UKAEA) Yorkshire building ahead of schedule.
Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions (Toshiba ESS) has been awarded EPC services contract for the construction of 147MW Onikoube Solar Power Plant in Japan.
Private technology firm Tongwei Group has broken ground on the 30GW Tongwei Solar Photovoltaic Industrial Base Project in Chengdu, China.
Spain-based energy company Acciona has announced plans to build what it claims to be the largest wind farm in Australia, the 1,026MW MacIntyre wind complex in Queensland, with an investment of A$1.96bn (€1bn).
A consortium of Saudi Arabia-based ACWA Power, Gulf Investment Corporation and Alternative Energy Projects Co. (AEPC) has secured financing for the 500MW Ibri II solar photovoltaic (PV) independent power project (IPP) in Oman.
SP Energy Networks, a subsidiary of Scottish Power, has secured approval from the UK government to strengthen the North Shropshire Electricity Network scheme.