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SOUTH AFRICA: Nordex will install 80 turbines at two projects awarded capacity in round four of the country's renewable energy tender programme.
TURKEY: The renewables arm of Turkish conglomerate Akfen Holding has received funding for four wind farms and nine solar PV plants with a combined capacity of 327MW.
SENEGAL: Vestas will enter the Senegalese market by building and supplying its V126-3.45 turbines to the country's first utility-scale wind farm for Lekela Power.
IRAN: The 61.2MW Sihapoush wind farm, the country's largest project, has been fully commissioned, developer Arian Mah Baad has announced.
SOUTH AFRICA: An extra 8.1GW of new wind power capacity could be allocated by the end of 2030, under a new draft plan outlined by energy minister Jeff Radebe.
OMAN: Construction is under way at the 50MW Harweel project in the southern Dhofar governate, which is set to become the country's first wind farm.