The Clean Technology Fund will lend up to US$ 3.9 million for the new Zadarya solar power plant in the South Kazakhstan region, near the city of Shymkent, complimenting an EBRD loan in local currency, Kazakh tenge, of up to an equivalent of US$ 8.8 million, for the solar park project that will be implemented by a special purpose company, Kaz Green Tek Solar LLP, incorporated in Kazakhstan and majority owned by Urbasolar.
How a tangle of pipes, pumps, tanks, reactors, chimneys and ducts on a messy industrial estate outside the logging town of Squamish in western Canada could just provide the fix to stop the world tipping into runaway climate change and substitute dwindling supplies of conventional fuel. Carbon Engineering’s direct air capture plant in Squamish, British Columbia, one of the few such facilities in the world. Photograph: pembina.org Read the article
The Government of India and the World Bank today signed a US$98 million Loan Agreement and US$2 million Grant Agreement to help India increase its power generation capacity through cleaner, renewable energy sources. Read More Photo Credit: World Bank