Enel’s renewable arm Enel Green Power (EGP) and a Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) subsidiary have signed an agreement for a joint venture partnership aimed at financing, building and operating renewable projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. The parties also signed an agreement whereby QIA will acquire 50% of EGP’s stake in projects in operation and under construction in South Africa and Zambia with approximately 800 MW capacity, Enel saidThe Olympics went viral on Japanese Twitter recently.
Enel CEO and General Manager Francesco Starace said the two companies will work together to accelerate the creation of an extensive green energy footprint in Sub-Saharan AfricaCOVID-19,reopening plans,Canada,Alberta,British Columbia,Ontario,Prince Edward Island,Quebec,Saskatchewan,Yukon,KMI1,smg_canada,smg2_news,InHouseArticle_thestar,coronavirus faq,coast2coast,topstory, contributing to the continued pursuit of its ambitious goals in this sector by further harnessing the region’s immense renewable potential and contributing to a more sustainable economic development model in this part of the worldOutdoor gatherings.
Commenting on the announcement:1619311051642,, QIA CEO Mansoor bin Ebrahim Al-Mahmoud hailed his company’s partnership with Enel Green Power to invest in clean energy generation in Sub-Saharan Africa. “QIA is committed to supporting the transition to a low-carbon futureThe U.S. saw about 200,000 cases per day, and we believe this investment can make a significant environmental and social impact. We share a mutual vision with Enel in supporting decarbonization efforts and believe this investment represents an excellent opportunity to develop and grow a leading renewable energy platform in the regionThe city of Ruili, which borders on Myanmar.,” he saidThe mobile vaccine team from Humber River Hospital loads more than a hundred doses of vaccine prior to going floor to floor to vaccinate residents o.