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UK energy sector unites behind calls to grant ofgem ‘net zero mandate'
Australia’s First Renewable Energy Zone Declared
Australia’s first ever Renewable Energy Zone, the Central-West Orana REZ, has been declared.
North Macedonia to Declare State of Energy Crisis
The Government of North Macedonia will declare a state of energy crisis to secure electricity supplies to consumers in the country.
COP26 Sharply Criticized as the ‘Most Exclusionary’ Climate Summit Ever
Logistical difficulties, the exclusion of people with disabilities and a lack of attendees from the Global South are just some of the criticisms leveled at the event organizers.
Japan Opts Not to Sign End of Coal Statement
Japan was among several countries that did not sign a statement pledging to phase out the use of coal power in the fight against global warming.
Iran Wants New Nuclear Deal By March 2022
The aim is to get a new version of the JCPOA agreed and the U.S.-enforced sanctions dropped by the end of the current year,” he added.
Creating a Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet
A Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet will be launched today at COP26 to accelerate investment in green energy transitions and renewable power solutions worldwide.
South Africa Gets $8.5bn to Phase Out Coal: Update
South Africa will receive financial aid from richer countries to phase out the use of coal in power generation, the German development ministry announced today at the UN Cop 26 climate conference.
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G20 Leaders Reaffirm Commitment to Paris Agreement
They reaffirmed their commitment to the Paris Agreement on climate change and vowed to cooperate to reach net-zero emissions by around 2050.
Private Sector Producers Launch Electricity Sector Association of Kenya
Private sector producers of electricity in Kenya recently launched the Electricity Sector Association of Kenya.
Xi Urges Concrete Actions to Address Climate Change, Energy Issues
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday called on the international community to take concrete actions to address climate change and energy issues.
US, Europe Sound Warning to Iran on Future of JCPOA
The two most significant steps — the production of highly enriched uranium and enriched uranium — are "important to nuclear weapons programs" and have "no credible civilian" use, they said.
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G-20 Leaders Tackle Climate Change As Summit Ends
The Group of 20 countries, which represent more than three-quarters of the world's greenhouse gas emissions, are looking for common ground on how to reduce emissions, are looking for common ground on how to reduce emissions.
Biden Likely To Arrive Empty-Handed At COP26 Climate Summit
COP26 begins on Sunday in Glasgow
Second High-Level Meeting of the OPEC-GECF Energy Dialogue Takes Place
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and the Gas Exporting Countries Forum held the Second High-Level Meeting of the OPEC-GECF Energy Dialogue, hosted by the GECF, on 27 October 2021, via videoconference.
Iran Says Nuclear Talks will Resume Before End of November
Iran said it had agreed with the European Union to restart big-power talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal before the end of November and a precise date for the negotiations would be announced in the next week.
Nine EU Partners Reject French-led Electricity Reforms
Nine EU states, including Germany, on Monday rejected a French-led bid to reform Europe's wholesale energy markets as prices soar.
Energy-Starved China Forced To Accept Australian Coal
China is so desperate for coal amid a power crunch threatening its economic growth that it has released Australian coal that has been sitting in bonded storage not cleared by customs because of the spat between the two countries.
China to Boost Energy Supply to Ensure People's Basic Living Needs, Stable Economic Performance
China will take further steps to ensure electricity and coal supply this winter and next spring, to ensure people's basic living needs and keep economic performance stable
US Suspends Authority to Ship Nuclear Materials to China
The US Federal Register on 1 October published a notice by the NRC, dated 27 September with immediate effect, suspending the general licence authority under NRC regulations to export radioactive material.
Romanian Energy Policy will See Nuclear Double
It would double the country's nuclear power supply in a decade.
Power Sector Reforms Launched in Mexico
Mexico's state power concern, the Federal Electricity Commission, will become a vertically integrated state agency under reforms proposed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
China’s Coal Shortage could Leave Other Countries in the Dust
China is in dire need of more coal, and it’s willing to pay ‘any price’ to secure more of the world’s dirtiest fossil fuel – which means other countries risk literally being left in the coal dust.
Rosatom Takes Part in 65th IAEA General Conference
Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation took part in the 65th General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency, held in Vienna, Austria on September 20-24.
Armenia Eyes Energy Cooperation with Iran
The foreign minister of Armenia called for cooperation with neighboring Iran in the oil and energy sectors.
China Formulates Plan for New Infrastructure to Spur Domestic Demand
China has formulated a plan for new infrastructure to spur domestic demand, economic transformation and growth sustainability.
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