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UK energy sector unites behind calls to grant ofgem ‘net zero mandate'
China’s Australian Coal Clampdown Chills Import Demand
Most large Chinese coal importers have suspended purchases of Australian thermal coal after the government issued verbal warnings to some companies to halt buying.
European Energy to Open Milan Office
Danish renewables company said move is part of its strategy to establish local offices across key markets.
Iran Names New Opec National Representative
Iran's oil minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh has appointed Afshin Javan as the country's new national representative to Opec, replacing Mohammad Taeb, who had been serving in the role since the middle of 2019.
Solar Power Panel
Trump Backs Revoking Tariff Exemption for Some Solar Panel Imports
Trump said the domestic US industry was starting to increase production and market share of certain solar modules after he imposed tariffs on imports in January 2018, but further steps were needed.
Wind Power Project
New Belgian Government Set to Reinforce Wind Energy Commitments
Tinne Van der Straeten from the Greens is appointed as the new federal Energy Minister.
How Would US Energy Policy Change After the Election?
We take a look at the energy policy of Donald Trump and Joe Biden, and how they would affect the US and the wider world.
Biden Win Could Alter Mexican Energy Detente
The US presidential election in November could lead to an abrupt change in Washington's recent hands-off approach to Mexican energy policy.
Three Families of Cummins Gensets Gain Grid Code Compliance
Certification body DNV GL has issued Europe’s first equipment certificates for Grid Code Compliance for three families of power generating sets made by Cummins.
Nigeria Considers Privatizing Its State Oil Firm
Nigeria will look to privatize its state oil firm Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) under a draft new petroleum law currently in Parliament for discussion.
Offshore Wind Power
House Backs Jones Act Enforcement for US Offshore Wind
The US House of Representatives has passed an amendment to the Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act that enforces Jones Act requirements for all offshore renewable energy production.
Clean Energy Transition
China Issues Report on Efforts to Promote UN Sustainable Development Goals
Presenting the country's exploration and practice of using science and technology innovation to help meet the goals of UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
China's Renewable Energy Investment Exceeds US$100 Billion for Five Consecutive Years
The number of patents, investment, installed capacity and power generation in the field of renewable energy in China has ranked first in the world for many consecutive years.
Clean Energy Transition
Renewables May See a Boost Under a Biden Presidency – Report
In the market analyst’s view, the Democratic nominee has a 70% probability of winning the November 3 election.
United Arab Emirates
UAE Re-Elected to IAEA's Board Of Governors
The UAE has been re-elected to the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, for the period 2020 to 2022 during this year’s annual General Conference of the agency.
India's Govt May Impose Customs Duty on Solar Equipment Soon
The ministry of new and renewable energy has asked solar manufacturers to provide a list of machinery and capital goods that should be exempted from basic customs duty.
California to Ban Sale of Gasoline-Powered Cars by 2035
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday ordered all passenger vehicles sold in the state to be zero-emission by 2035 to fight climate change and smog-fouled air.
President Xi Tells UN that China Will be 'Carbon Neutral' Within Four Decades
China is targeting peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by the year 2060, according to President Xi Jinping.
UN, Britain to Co-host Climate Summit on December 12
The United Nations and Britain will co-host a global climate summit on December 12, the fifth anniversary of the landmark Paris Agreement.
Mexico May Delay Energy Reform
Mexico could delay its planned energy sector reform until next year after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador asked regulators this week to help prop up state oil major Pemex.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle
Ballard Welcomes China’s New FCEV Policy
In order to support the adoption of fuel cell electric vehicles, the Chinese Government has announced a new official policy for hydrogen-powered cars.
MHI Vestas Chief to Chair WindEurope
MHI Vestas chief executive Philippe Kavafyan has been elected chair of trade body WindEurope for the next 18 months by the group's board of directors.
What’s at Stake for Clean Energy in the US Election?
How will the election shape the solar, wind, energy storage and utility sectors?
Siemens Gamesa to Lay off 130 US Employees in Iowa
Siemens Gamesa has confirmed that it is reducing the workforce at its Iowa wind turbine blade manufacturing facility.
This Small Nation Is Building The World’s Next Major Energy Hub
It has long focussed on building a presence in the higher-value petrochemicals industry.
OPEC at 60: ‘Road to Stability Long and Bumpy’
Algerian energy minister and current Opec president Abdelmadjid Attar was interviewed by Argus' Ruxandra Iordache on the producer group's achievements to date and the challenges that lie ahead.
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