FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Smart Energy International:Enel Green Power set a new record in 2019 within the renewable energy industry by building more than 3GW of capacity.Enel built around 190MW more renewable energy capacity in 2019 than in 2018, a 6.5% increase. The milestone makes Enel the largest private renewable energy player at global level Enel built 47 facilities of which the majority were wind (1,813 MW) and then solar (1,193 MW).Around 1,072MW was built in Europe, mainly in Spain, 997MW in Latin America, mainly in Mexico, 867MW in North America, mainly in the US and around 94MW in Africa, Asia and Oceania, mainly in South Africa.Renewable energy built by Enel in 2019 will generate 9.3TWh and avoid 5.85 million tons of carbon emissions per annum.The 2019 milestone increases Enel’s total renewable energy capacity to 46GW.The utility has set a goal of generating around 57% of its production from renewable sources in 2022. By adding 14.1 GW of renewable capacity to Enel will reach around 60GW renewable generation by 2022. The utility plans on being fully decarbonised by 2050.[Nicholas Nhede]More: Enel reached a new renewable energy milestone in 2019 Record year pushes total Enel Green Power renewable capacity to 46GW
The UK has condemned Iran for breaching assurances given over the Adrian Darya 1 oil tanker after it was detained in Gibraltar for suspected breach of EU sanctions on Syria.Formerly named Grace 1, the 300,579-dwt VLCC was detained in Gibraltar on July 4 on suspicion that it was sailing to Baniyas Oil Refinery in Syria. It was released on August 15 after Gibraltar received written assurance from the Republic of Iran that the ship’s destination would not be an entity that is subject to the sanctions.“Iran repeatedly gave assurances to the Government of Gibraltar that the Grace 1/Adrian Darya 1 would not deliver oil to any EU-sanctioned entity in Syria or elsewhere,”“It is now clear that Iran has breached these assurances and that the oil has been transferred to Syria and Assad’s murderous regime.”The latest development comes only days after Iran said that the tanker’s 2.1 million barrels of oil were offloaded somewhere on the Mediterranean coast.“Iran has shown complete disregard for its own assurances over Adrian Darya 1,” UK’s Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, said.“We want Iran to come in from the cold but the only way to do that is to keep its word and comply with the rules based international system.”After being summoned to a meeting with the British Foreign Secretary in London, Iran’s Ambassador to the UK, Hamid Baeidinejad, said that “it was emphasized that British authorities’ action against the Iranian oil tanker was in violation of international law.”“EU sanctions cannot be extended to third countries. The tanker has not violated any obligation,” Baeidinejad noted on Twitter.
Wednesday, police identified the student who was killed in Tuesday’s shooting at the STEM School Highlands Ranch in Colorado as 18-year-old Kendrick Castillo.Kendrick was shot to death while attempting to stop the shooter, and eight others were injured.A female classmate told reporters Kendrick charged the shooter giving students time to hide and flee the scene.Kendrick’s parents broke their silence Wednesday confirming to reporters that he was killed in the shooting, adding, that their son was a hero and want the public to know what a great kid he was.Kendrick was a senior set to graduate at the end of the month, and Friday would have been his last day of school.He enjoyed computer information technology and was on the school’s robotics team.Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said there were “very heroic things” that took place inside the school, including students attempting to stop the shooters.