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2 June 2022

Renewable orders this week

Shell has started the development of its $2.5 billion Crux gas field off the coast of Australia. Construction is expected to start in 2023, with production beginning in 2027.

Wrightbus has received an order for 60 hydrogen-powered buses from German bus operator Regionalverkehr Koln. Over the next two years, the 60 buses will be fully built at the Wrightbus Ballymena factory in Northern Ireland before export to Europe, with the first batch of vehicles being set to be delivered in 2023, with the remainder due in 2024.

Adani Hybrid Energy Jaisalmer One has commissioned a 390 MW wind and solar plant in India. Under the PPA, power will be delivered at a tariff of $40 per MWh – well below the national average.

Enel Green Power has commissioned its 180 MW Tico Wind project in Spain.

GreenVolt will develop a 90 MW wind project in Iceland, having acquired rights to build the project.

BaltCap Infrastructure Fund has started the construction of its €42 million wind farm project in Lithuania. The 30 MW project will include six General Electric turbines.

Muirhall Energy has applied for planning permission to develop its 409 MW Teviot onshore wind farm in Scotland.

Siemens Gamesa will install three wind farms in Spain – Campelo, Bustelo, and Monte Toural – worth a total capacity of 110 MW. The projects are scheduled to be commissioned by the end of 2023.

Savannah Energy has signed an agreement with Chad’s Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to build up to 500 MW of renewable energy capacity in Chad. The project will initially include a 300 MW solar farm and battery energy storage system (BESS) facility, called Centrale Solaire de Komé, with first power expected in 2026. An additional 200 MW is expected at a later date.

Ingka Group has acquired a €190 million, ready-to-build wind farm and solar park, located in north-western Poland. The new agreement has been signed with OX2, who has developed both projects that are expected to be fully operational by the end of 2024.

Renewable Power Capital has today reached a deal on a 528 MW cluster of ready-to-build onshore wind projects located in Sweden. The €800 million deal includes four sites that are expected to generate power ready for export to grid in Q4 2025.

Statkraft has commissioned the 76 MW Nellai solar plant in India’s Tamil Nadu state. Tata Power has commissioned a 100 MW solar plant in Maharashtra, and Acme Solar 200 MW in Rajasthan.

Canadian Solar has completed construction of its 100 MW Sunflower solar plant in the US state of Mississippi. Entergy Mississippi has commissioned the 100 MW Sunflower solar farm in the same state.

Better Energy has formed a 1 GW partnership with developer Forus for a swathe of photovoltaic projects in Finland.

Frontier Energy has plans for a hydrogen electrolysis project to be powered by the 500 MW Bristol Springs solar farm in Western Australia.

Fuxing New Energy has commissioned its $630 million, 20 GW wafer factory in Anhui Province, China.

LONGi has commissioned its 10 GW monocrystalline module factory in Xiuzhou District, Zhejiang Province, China.

The 200 MW Gansu Jingtai County solar-fishery project has been commissioned in Gansu Province, China.

Zhongqin Smart Photovoltaic has commissioned a 2 GW TOPCon module factory in Shuangliang Industrial Park, Hubei Province, China.