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Ministry of Mines, Energy and Rural Electrification Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands Community Benefits Sharing Project -- Phase 2

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Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Educaiton, Save the Children Fund Sierra Leone

Second Additional Financing for Sierra Leone Free Education Project


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Harmonizing and Improving Statistics in West and Central Africa - Series of Projects Two (HISWACA - SOP 2)

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Florida’s Gateway project is underway

Florida’s Gateway Expressway project is underway. Florida’s Gateway Expressway project is underway at present and is due for completion in the second quarter of 2024. This will be slightly later than the original completion date, which was intended in late 2023. The project is being managed by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). Once the work is complete, two new toll road stretches will be opened and provide links between the Bayside Bridge, US19 and I-275. In addition, new express lanes will be added to I-275, which will boost capacity and reduce congestion at peak periods. Construction work commenced in 2017 and is costing an estimated US$600 million. One of the toll road sections will be called SR690 and will be an elevated stretch running above 118th Avenue North, linking I-275 with US19. The other toll road section will be a raised highway linking with the Bayside Bridge. United States

OX2 sells 115MW Swedish wind farm

Undisclosed European utility snaps up in-development site for €234m OX2 has sold the in-development 115MW Anglarna wind farm in Sweden to an undisclosed European utility for €234m (SEK2.7bn). The sale will be recorded in the third quarter. Anglarna will consist of 18 turbines in the county of Falun. OX2 acquired the project rights in May 2019 and the development was fully permitted in February this year. Construction will start in the fourth quarter of 2023 and commissioning is planned for the end of 2026. The annual production from the wind farm is estimated to about 346GWh, which corresponds to the annual electricity consumption of 69,000 households. “We are pleased with selling Anglarna and look forward to realizing the project,” said OX2 chief executive Paul Stormoen. “We are also grateful for a constructive cooperation with local stakeholders, which made this project possible. The wind farm will make a valuable addition in price area 3, where there is a great demand for more emissions-free electricity production. “The sale process has also proved that there is a lot of interest among investors for this kind of renewable energy project.” Once commissioned, OX2 will be responsible for the technical and commercial management of the project, optimizing the production and supervising its operations under a 15-year agreement. Sweden

Fortum to revamp Sweden’s historic Untra

Modernisation of 42MW hydropower plant will boost production to 300GWh Fortum is to invest over €60m during 2023-2030 to modernise Sweden’s 42MW Untra hydropower plant, originally constructed in 1911. The company said the expenditure is part of its strategic priorities to deliver reliable clean energy and drive decarbonisation in industries in the Nordics. “The construction of the Untra power plant had a significant impact on the first wave of electrification and today electricity is once more driving our transformation to net zero,” said executive vice president hydro generation at Fortum Mikael Lemström. “Hydropower, known for its adaptability and extensive energy storage capabilities, continues to play an important role in our power infrastructure. “As a result, investments of this nature are essential to ensure that hydropower maintains its position as a fundamental pillar of the Nordics carbon-neutral electricity production.” The company said the renovation will involve the replacement of three turbines and a significant restructuring of the facility to ensure it can provide flexibility to the power system and supply fossil-free electricity to Sweden. The machinery upgrade means the annual electricity production will increase from 270GWh up to approximately 300GWh. Untra was initially constructed in late 1911 to provide Stockholm with electricity and despite the capitals growing demand for power, which exceeded the plant’s capacity in less than eight years, it has remained an important part of the Swedish grid. Of the total investment, about half is classified as growth capital expenditure. The investment is already included in Fortum’s committed growth capital expenditure of €800m for 2023-2025. Sweden

Vestas wins 38MW Japan order

Manufacturer to supply nine V117-4.2 turbines for Iwaki Miwa Wind Farm Vestas has secured a 38MW order with Toda Corporation for Iwaki Miwa Wind Farm in Fukushima prefecture, Japan. Owned by JR East Energy Development Co, the site will be constructed by Toda and will feature nine V117-4.2MW wind turbines. Vestas will also deliver 20 years of Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) services for the plant, providing an energy-based availability guarantee to ensure optimised performance and long-term business case certainty. “We are pleased to partner with Toda Corporation and JR East Energy Development again and to provide our wind energy solutions for the project,” said said Vestas Asia Pacific president Purvin Patel. “We remain committed to contribute to Japan’s carbon neutrality goal, through our industry-leading wind energy solutions and strong partnership with our customers.” Delivery of the turbines will begin in the first quarter of 2026, with commissioning scheduled in 2026. Japan

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