Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Renesola LSE:SOLA London Ordinary Share VGG7500C1068 ORD SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 281.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:40:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.0 -8.0 0.0 - 488.62

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Yep! Via Morrison's.
Flown the coop? Has he gone to Tesco?
Engie and ACWA bid for 800-MW solar project in Morocco Nation, on the western fringes of the Middle East, is joining a regional push to expand in renewables Published: 17:41 January 17, 2018 Gulf News Bloomberg Abu Dhabi: Morocco attracted bids from France’s Engie SA and EDF Energies Nouvelles to build 800 megawatts of solar power as the North African country seeks to curb energy imports. The French utilities, as well as Riyadh-based ACWA Power International, led groups bidding last month for engineering, procurement and construction contracts, Obaid Amrane, a member of the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy’s management board, said in an interview. Morocco, on the western fringes of the Middle East, is joining a regional push to expand in renewables. The country imports almost all its energy and has scant reserves of oil and natural gas, unlike neighbouring Algeria and Egypt. In an effort to cut purchases from abroad, it plans to produce more than 40 per cent of its electricity from renewables by the end of the decade. The government will award contracts for the solar projects — comprising two 400-megawatt facilities — by the end of this year, and the plants could take two-and-a-half years to build, Amrane said in Abu Dhabi. ACWA Power confirmed its bid and said it expects to submit a financial proposal by April or May. Engie also confirmed its offer, while EDF Energies Nouvelles declined to comment. Development banks are likely to provide financing and a bond sale is also an option, according to Amrane. Morocco plans to have 6 gigawatts of installed renewables capacity — including solar, wind and hydropower — by 2020, he said, adding that the country anticipates “a lot of innovation” and lower prices in the battery market as the use of intermittent renewables grows.
Flown the coop...
Where's Raven?
marcus wanky
I'm pulling the curtains.
800 million light years away, thats too close for comfort.
Solar indigestion. It's gonna be a big one.
to-the-point: Shell developing 20-MW Dutch solar park The solar scheme at Shell Moerdijk. Source: Shell Nederland January 10 (Renewables Now) - Oil and gas giant Royal Dutch Shell Plc (AMS:RDSA) is preparing to build a 20-MWp solar power plant at its chemicals production complex in Moerdijk, the Netherlands, the group announced today. Shell expects to start construction work on the plant this year. The project involves installing more than 50,000 solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on an unused piece of land at the complex. The modules will have the combined capacity to generate enough power to supply about 7,000 households. The scheme was developed by the group’s New Energies division. Shell created the particular segment in 2016 to invest in renewable and low-carbon energy projects, including wind power.
ArcelorMittal (MT) said Thursday that it has acquired Exosun, a provider of solar trackers, which orient solar-powered devices toward the sun, after a court in Bordeaux, France cleared the deal. Exosun employs 43 workers and has completed more than 55 projects worldwide, ArcelorMittal said. It will be integrated into the steelmaker's projects unit, which develops energy and construction-infrastructure projects. ArcelorMittal has already made headway in the market for solar energy through the production of metal structures for solar parks. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed. Write to Alberto Delclaux at (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 04, 2018 11:10 ET (16:10 GMT)
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How will posterity judge Ben van Beurden? Tue 12 Dec 2017 by David Foxwell Print story Email us AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to LinkedInShare to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google+ How will posterity judge Ben van Beurden? Might that bastion of old energy Shell become a leader in the renewable energy market? The company’s chief executive believes that it can, but it’s not giving up oil just yet. In a recent post on LinkedIn, Ben van Beurden, chief executive officer at oil and gas company Shell, made some interesting comments about how he would like to see the company develop. It’s time for Shell to accelerate its efforts in the transition to a lower-carbon world,” said Mr van Beurden, asking how a future chief executive of Shell might judge the announcement he recently made that, by 2035, Shell aims to have achieved a 20% reduction in the net carbon footprint of the energy it sells. “Will they look back to the end of 2017 and consider it a turning point? In 20 years? 30 years? If things move as I expect, they probably will,” said Mr van Beurden. “By then, I believe Shell will be at least as profitable and successful as today but it will be a very different company. “We will still have plenty of oil and gas in our energy mix but other areas of the business, which are small today, will have grown. That means Shell is likely to be highly involved in the generation, trading and distribution of renewable and low-carbon power. “We will probably have significant operations capturing carbon dioxide and storing it safely underground. And I expect the company to have substantial interests in forestry and in wetlands, natural carbon sinks helping to clean up the atmosphere,” Shell’s chief executive wrote. “That means, across Shell’s energy mix, 20% less greenhouse gases produced for each unit of our energy consumed. And if we achieve that aim, we will be well on the way to reaching our long-term aspiration: by 2050, to have cut by half the carbon footprint of the energy we sell.” To make sure Shell holds good to this aspiration, the company will review and report on progress every five years, ensuring it doesn’t fall behind. “Too often the debate about climate change has involved somebody pointing at somebody else. Shell’s approach is meant to be different,” Mr van Beurden said. “The world must change the way it uses energy, and Shell must help to make this happen by providing solutions that can help our customers reduce their emissions.” As he acknowledges, Shell has further to go than others in the energy system because it has so much oil and gas in its energy mix, little wind and solar to date, and no hydro or nuclear. Compare that with, for instance, Ørsted, formerly Dong Energy, which recently divested its upstream oil and gas business to INEOS, and has already become a leader in offshore wind energy. Shell has taken steps in the direction of a renewable energy portfolio and as regular readers will remember, a consortium of which Shell was a part won the tender for the construction and operation of the Borssele 3 and 4 offshore windfarms in the Netherlands. Speaking at Offshore Wind Energy 2017, Mark Gainsborough, executive vice president new energies at Shell said the company sees a need for large-scale development of offshore wind energy. The company’s belief is that industrial development at scale would lower cost, create value across the supply chain, and stimulate economic growth. It has talked about massive, integrated projects of up to 10 GW. Mr van Beurden said he sees the new direction on which the company is now set as an “ambitious, clear and solid” goal. Not everyone commenting on his post felt the same way. “Does that mean I can predict exactly how much solar Shell will have in our energy mix by 2035? How much in wind, biofuels or gas? How many carbon capture facilities? How many trees we will help to grow? No, I cannot. So much will depend on how governments behave, how consumers act and how technology evolves. Our aspiration may evolve as well. But Shell’s work towards our aims is already underway,” he said. “I believe that Shell chief executives of the future will look back at the closing weeks of 2017 as a turning point. I think they will see it as the moment when the company took a decisive step into the future, in step with our customers and in step with the world,” Mr van Beurden concluded. So, how do you think posterity will view Ben van Beurden and the changes he is instigating at Shell? Will the company follow through, and one day be a leader in renewable energy, like Ørsted? I’d be interested to hear your thoughts.
13:09 - Owned 50% by Engie and 50M by Red Electrica International, Transmisora ​​Eléctrica del Norte (TEN) commissioned the first power line between Mejillones (Antofagasta region, Chile) and Cardones (region of 'Atacama), it was learned on Wednesday. With a total power of 500 kiloVolts, this line extends over 600 kilometers. 'The connection between SING (Interconnected System of the Far North) and SIC (Interconnected System of the Center) is an unprecedented operation in Chile which marks the beginning of a new stage in the history of the national electrical development and which will allow 'have a unique network, stronger and more competitive', commented the French energy giant. This line crosses 5 municipalities in 2 regions of the country and has 4 electrical sub-stations: 2 terminals located in Mejillones and Copiapó, a transformer substation in Mejillones (Changos sector) and a substation in Diego de Almagro. It is a line of alternating current that will allow, on all of its route, to connect several projects, especially solar and wind, located in the north of the country.
Aaahh you didn't read the small print did you?
We are getting some sloshing here tonight but I'm still waiting for the Rapture. I'm wondering whether I should claim for a refund under the mis-selling legislation?
Would it match my curtains?
We could all use a little 'light apocalypse' now and then. Never did me any harm...
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