Eni 10 MW Solar Power Plant Online In Tunisia
Italy’s Eni Expands Tunisian Solar Portfolio With 10 MW Tataouine Solar PV Project Online, Under 20-Year PPA With STEG
Tuesday, 13 Dec 2022
Italian oil giant Eni has grid connected a 10 MW solar power plant in Tunisia’s Tataouine, expanding its installed PV capacity in the African country to 15 MW comprising a 5 MW facility that supplies power to Eni’s Adam oilfield in Tataouine.
More Solar For Eni’s Oil Extraction in Algeria
Eni & Sonatrach Start Work On 10 MW PV Plant For Oil Production Complex & Announce Solar Lab To Test Module Technologies
Tuesday, 22 Nov 2022
Italy’s Eni and Algerian state-owned oil company Sonatrach have started construction of a 10 MW solar power plant at the Bir Rebaa North (BRN) oil production complex in Algeria, to help power hydrocarbon production with clean energy; the duo have a.
Eni Subsidiary Expands Spanish & Italian Solar Portfolio
Plenitude To Acquire 65% Stake In Italian Developer Infrastrutture Subsidiary With 1.5 GW RE Capacity
Friday, 23 Sep 2022
Italian oil and gas multinational Eni’s renewable energy arm Plenitude has joined hands with a local developer and investor Infrastrutture SpA to acquire 65% stake in the latter’s renewables portfolio company Hergo Renewables that holds close to 1.5 GW capacity in Italy and Spain.
Eni Acquires Greek Solar Company
Italy’s Eni Touts 800 MW Greek Solar Portfolio With Solar Konzept International Acquisition
Friday, 14 Jan 2022
Oil and gas multinational from Italy, Eni is expanding its geographical footprint in renewable energy to Greece with the acquisition of Solar Konzept Greece (SKGR) that comes to the group with a portfolio of around 800 MW, currently at various stages of development.
Eni Launches Renewable Energy Platform
Eni Plans IPO For Plenitude, Its New Renewables & EV Company
Tuesday, 23 Nov 2021
Italian oil and gas major Eni has introduced to the world its new renewable energy arm called Plenitude through which it aims to supply 100% decarbonized energy to all its customers by 2040.
Italy’s Eni Expands Spanish & French Solar Portfolio
Italian Gas Company Eni Expands Solar Portfolio With Over 2.8 GW Acquisition Of Dhamma Energy’s Spanish & French Business; Separately Acquires 1.2 GW Wind & Solar Projects In Spain From Azora Capital
Tuesday, 27 Jul 2021
Eni gas e luce, a fully owned subsidiary of Italy’s oil and gas company Eni, is expanding its renewables portfolio in Europe through acquisitions.
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Japanese solar financier, developer and operator Shift Energy Japan has contracted solar software service provider @solargis to provide satellite based solar data & PV ...simulation services to evaluate feasible project pipeline in Japan and Southeast Asia https://taiyangnews.info/technology/solar-data-simulation-services-for-sej/
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