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  • German football club RB Leipzig has installed two solar photovoltaic systems at its stadium.
  • EDF has acquired a majority stake in UK electric vehicle charging company Pod Point.
  • The European Commission has partnered with The European Investment Fund to finance early-stage businesses, SMEs and scale-ups that are developing technologies to help tackle climate emergency.
  • German utility E.ON has partnered with Volkswagen Group Components to help industry deploy ultra-fast electric vehicle (EV) charging systems much faster and cheaper than previously assumed.
  • German energy company innogy is to make 770 MW-worth of its renewables portfolio available to corporate energy buyers on a clean energy marketplace run by DNV GL.
  • Italian multinational utility Enel has been selected by food group Cremonini to develop and provide customised energy services to help the firm achieve its energy sustainability goals.
  • The funds will be granted to projects that improve clean energy, sustainable transport, high-speed communications and social housing, as well as health and education infrastructure.
  • One of the UK’s leading soft drink manufacturers has signed a deal with Swedish energy company Vattenfall to switch all of its electricity to renewables.
  • Smart energy technology company SolarEdge is to supply products and solutions to 1 GW of pan-European rooftop PV projects for the commercial and industrial sector.
  • Pete Davies of Uniper Technologies tells Kelvin Ross how digital solutions are impacting the conventional power sector.
  • innogy has announced its final investment decision for a large-scale, 60 MW battery storage facility in Ireland, marking the company’s first utility-scale battery storage investment globally.
  • Exploring the case for a nuclear power generator with regulated returns.

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