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PCH Eletro César

PCH Eletro César is a hydropower plant from Grupo BC Energia. With an estimated annual generation of 122.0 GWh/year, this hydropower plant located in the Amazon rainforest is the second-largest generator of renewable electricity in the Brazilian state of Rondônia.

Location Brazil
Technology Hydroplant
Attributes Enviromental / Local impact


This renewable biomass power plant is located in Muadzam Shah, Pahang, at the Rompin Palm Oil Mill. With an installed capacity of 2.0 MW, it generates 14,000 MWh per year. The electricity generated at this plant is exported to the TNB grid.

Technology Biomass
Attributes Enviromental / Local impact

Los Santos Solar I

Los Santos Solar I is a photovoltaic solar plant located in northern Mexico, in the state of Chihuahua, the municipality of Ahumada. With a capacity of 13.6 MWac, the plant generates 34.0 GWh per year, for the benefit of approximately 21.000 people.

Location Mexico
Technology Solar
Attributes Enviromental / Local impact, Landmark project

Argentinian Hydro

Hydropower in Argentina has a high potential, but only a small feasible portion has been developed, accounting for 18% of the country's power generation. Therefore, Argentina seeks much improvement in the development of renewable energy sources.

Location Argentina
Technology Hydroplant

Indian Hydro

India is the 7th largest producer of hydroelectric power in the world and also ranks 3rd worldwide by its total number of dams. The country has around 41,000 MW of installed hydropower capacity, while an additional 13,000 MW is under construction.

Location India
Technology Hydroplant

Thai Solar

Thailand is endowed with abundant solar energy resources across the country, with more solar power capacity than all the rest of Southeast Asia combined. Its total installed solar PV generating capacity increased tenfold in the first half of the 2010s, which is promising for Thailand's 2036 solar PV target of 6000 MW capacity.

Location Thailand
Technology Solar

South African Solar

Currently solar and wind power account for just 2% of South Africa's energy needs. The renewable energy program launched in 2011 has accelerated the development of solar and wind power in the country.

Location South Africa
Technology Solar

Indonesian Hydro

Indonesia has tremendous potential for hydropower. There is already 5,886 MW of installed capacity, which generates over 17 TWh of electricity per year, but Indonesia's potential is estimated at 75,000 MW. The development of hydropower will be driven in part by the government’s target to increase the share of renewables in the country’s total energy use to 23% by 2025.

Location Indonesia
Technology Hydroplant

UAE Solar

The UAE has begun to introduce solar power on a large scale. It boasts one of the largest solar plants in the world, Shams 1, which contributes significantly to the UAE's target of generating 44% renewable energy by 2050.

Location UAE
Technology Solar

USA Wind

Wind power in the US has undergone significant development in the past few years. Wind is now the largest renewable energy source in the US, having overtaken hydropower in 2019. In 2021, almost 380 TWh were generated by wind power. This contributes to the US' goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Location USA
Technology Wind