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07 08 2022 | 08:22

AFRICA: In November 2022, the 6th Emerging Valley accelerates sustainable innovation

How to ensure energy and food security in Africa through digital advances? This question will be at the centre of discussions at the sixth edition of the Emerging Valley summit, which takes place…

28 07 2022 | 20:23

UK urged to set end-date for gas-fired electricity as wholesale energy prices skyrocket

With wholesale gas prices in the UK having risen by 250% since January, some green groups are calling on the Government to commit to ending gas-fired electricity generation and give more detail on…

28 07 2022 | 20:04

IEEFA: Is Japan’s biggest steelmaker really considering more metallurgical coal investments?

Nippon Steel, Japan’s largest steelmaker and the fifth biggest globally, is reportedly considering new metallurgical coal mine investments amid very high coal prices and raised energy security…

19 07 2022 | 11:21

‘Industrial revolution’: Australia’s decarbonisation needs rigorous management, thinktank warns

Australia’s biggest polluters need a rigorous emissions reduction regime that avoids exemptions for trade-exposed industries, according to the Grattan Institute, which says decarbonising Australian…

12 07 2022 | 07:42

Driving 2-wheel e-mobility for climate friendly transportation in Ghana

Venture capital investor Persistent will partner with Ghana-based e-mobility company Solar Taxi which designs, locally assembles and distributes electric 2-wheel and 4-wheel vehicles for…

12 07 2022 | 07:32

BENIN: GreenYellow and Egnon win construction of 4 solar parks in PPP

The government of Benin has signed a concession agreement with a consortium formed by French independent power producer (IPP) GreenYellow and Egnon Consulting, a Cotonou-based company. The public-…

12 07 2022 | 07:12

Global Carbon Pricing Generates Record $84 Billion in Revenue

Global carbon pricing revenues increased by 60% over past year, according to latest World Bank report

05 07 2022 | 08:36

Zimbabwe to capitalise on global energy transition to supply lithium

Zimbabwe is looking to capitalise on the global energy transition to supply lithium to world markets, as global demand for the mineral which is used for electric vehicle batteries is exponentially…

14 06 2022 | 08:50

ENCLUDE ACADEMY FOR ENERGY CITIZEN LEADERSHIP

The ENCLUDE Academy for Energy Citizen Leadership is an online program for leadership development and civic engagement for decarbonization. Participants will hone their individual leadership and…

21 05 2022 | 07:38

'By 2026 it'll be too late' | Global green energy boom plus deep decarbonisation to reach Paris: ETC

The international gear-up to a renewables-driven global energy system will need to be supercharged by the removal of vast volumes of CO2 alongside “deep decarbonisation” for the planet to stand a…

21 05 2022 | 07:23

'Talk is cheap': G20 failing on COP26 but Ukraine sparks new urgency, says Bloomberg

None of the G20 group of major economies has followed through with policies to match the climate action pledges made at COP26 – although Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has brought added impetus to the…

21 05 2022 | 07:22

'Now or never' | UN climate experts say emissions must peak by 2025 to stave off catastrophe

The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned “it’s now or never” in the fight against global warming, with greenhouse gas emissions needing to peak by 2025 at the latest to stave…

21 05 2022 | 07:11

'Almost no country building renewables at pace needed for green H2 economy': ETC chair

The creation of a global green hydrogen economy will require renewable energy generation for hydrogen production alone to reach the equivalent of more than double 2022’s total electricity demand by…

21 05 2022 | 07:08

EU plan to import vast amounts of green hydrogen from North Africa 'makes little sense': study

EU plans to import millions of tonnes of green hydrogen from North Africa make “little sense” due to high costs and counter-productive climate impacts, according to a new study commissioned by a…

18 05 2022 | 18:54

BW Ideol and Tohoku Electric Power start first stage of commercial-scale floating wind project in Iwate prefecture, Japan

BW Ideol and Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc. (President: Kojiro HIGUCHI) are pleased to announce that both companies have signed a formal agreement and initiated the feasibility studies necessary to…

16 05 2022 | 18:51

Sasol investigates viability of sustainable aviation fuel production

Sasol ecoFT has signed a letter of intent with Sollefteā municipality in collaboration with Sweden’s energy company Uniper, to investigate the possibility of establishing an industry-scale production…

13 05 2022 | 11:57

The Tories are going all out to shut down protest. Just Stop Oil activists like me will not be deterred

If your house was burning down and the emergency services were not answering your call, what would you do? Would you try to put out the fire yourself? This is what climate activists are currently…

30 04 2022 | 08:37

Replacing NSW coal plant with renewables would create thousands more jobs than gas, report says

Replacing Australia’s largest coal-fired power station with renewable energy would create tens of thousands more construction jobs than replacing it with gas, a new analysis has found. The Eraring…

28 04 2022 | 13:04

IEEFA: China’s current focus on coal is distinct from long-term goals

Fears that China’s immediate focus on thermal power security has altered its long-term energy transition are unfounded At a recent hearing on “China’s Energy Plans and Practices” held by the US…

21 04 2022 | 08:01

Energy Citizenship – A new dimension in Energy Policy Making

Now is the right time to re-design the way we assess energy progress. Bringing together people from all layers of the energy ecosystem is vital to keep moving forward together within these multiple…