The UK Government’s Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Alok Sharma has approved the development of the 350MWCleve Hill Solar Park.
Nexans, a France-based company engaged in the cable industry, has secured a €220m contract to design, manufacture and install a 335km subsea high voltage direct current (HVDC) cable system, connecting Crete and the Greek mainland.
Ariadne Interconnection, a company fully owned by the transmission system operator for Greece’s power grid (IPTO), has awarded a €270m contract to Prysmian Group to supply two submarine interconnections between the island of Crete and mainland Greece (Attica region).
EDF Energy has submitted an application for the Development Consent Order (DCO) to the UK Planning Inspectorate for the proposed £16bn ($21bn) Sizewell C nuclear power station in the UK.
Germany-based Wpd has announced that the foundation work at the 72MW Aldermyrberget wind farm in Sweden is nearing completion.
Norwegian construction company Veidekke was selected by Stena Renewable for the construction of foundations and associated roads for the 47 wind turbines of Vindpark Tvinnesheda in Tvinnesheda–Badeboda outside Åseda in Småland, Sweden.
Beo Čista Energija (BCE) has secured financing for the construction of €370m Belgrade waste-to-energy project in Vinča, Serbia.
Iberdrola’s subsidiary ScottishPower has announced the development of two wind farms in Scotland with a total power-generating capacity of 165MW.
Italian cable-maker Prysmian has been selected by German grid operator Amprion for the development of the A-Nord underground cable connection, part of the 2GW German Corridor ‘A’ electricity transmission project.
Italian cable manufacturer Prysmian Group has secured SuedOstLink project from the Dutch-German grid operator TenneTin Germany.
Maire Tecnimont subsidiary Tecnimont-led consortium has been awarded engineering, procurement and site services (EPSS) contract, worth €1.2bn, by a subsidiary of Russia's petrochemical giant Sibur for the Amur Gas Chemical Complex (AGCC).
Enel Green Power, a subsidiary of Italian energy firm Enel, has begun construction on two renewable energy projects in Spain, with a total capacity of 71.3MW.
Italian oil and gas industry contractor Saipem has secured a contract worth €280m from Gaz-System, a Polish natural gas transmission system operator, for the Baltic Pipe project in the Baltic Sea.
Danish consultancy Ramboll has been selected by Raja Constanta, a water and wastewater operator in Romania, to provide technical assistance to project management of further development and modernisation of the water infrastructure in Romania.
STRABAG and its civil engineering subsidiary Züblin have secured a €220m contract to build the FAIR's particle acceleration facility in Germany.
Enel Green Power Espana (EGPE), the renewable subsidiary of Endesa, has commenced construction on its 50MW Los Naranjos photovoltaic (PV) park in Spain.
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.
Natural gas distributor firmus energy has reappointed Kier to provide natural gas distribution infrastructure services in Northern Ireland.
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.
SP Energy Networks, a subsidiary of Scottish Power, has secured approval from the UK government to strengthen the North Shropshire Electricity Network scheme.