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UK energy sector unites behind calls to grant ofgem ‘net zero mandate'
China Sets Priority Tasks to Ensure Energy Supply
China's top economic planner has set priorities for energy supply as the global energy market faces complicated situations.
India and IRENA Sign Renewables Agreement
India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has signed a strategic partnership agreement with IRENA, signalling its intent to further strengthen its collaboration with IRENA in the field of renewable energy.
Saudi Aramco Signs 10 Agreements with South Korean Companies to Advance Co-Operation
State-owned oil company signed one deal and nine preliminary agreements with South Korean companies
AMLO to Discuss Power Reform with US Energy Secretary
Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador will meet with US energy secretary Jennifer Granholm in Mexico City this week to discuss his controversial electricity reform bill that sidelines private investors.
South Korean President Visits UAE, Showcasing Deep Ties
The president of South Korea has reached a preliminary multibillion-dollar deal to sell Seoul’s surface-to-air missiles to Abu Dhabi and pledged deeper cooperation with the United Arab Emirates during a visit to the Gulf Arab state
DOE Stands Up Clean Technology Demonstration Office
The office will be under pressure to overcome challenges that have plagued DOE-funded demonstration projects in the past.
Kazakhstan Appoints New Energy Minister
A new energy minister has been appointed in Kazakhstan after the government resigned on the back of last week's violent unrest.
New GECF Secretary General Takes Charge
His Excellency Eng. Mohamed Hamel from the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria has assumed office as the fourth Secretary General of the GECF, the global platform of leading gas exporting countries.
Tata Power Appoints New CFO
Sanjeev Churiwala took over the role on 1 January.
Brazil Extends Controversial Coal Power Subsidy
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro signed a law granting a 15-year extension of a subsidy for coal power generation in Santa Catarina state, flying in the face of global efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
S. Korea to Expand Tax Incentives for R&D on Carbon Neutrality Technology
South Korea plans to provide tax incentives for research and development on green technology designed to help cut carbon emissions in an effort to nurture new industries.
Chance of power market reversal weighs on Mexico
A possible constitutional electricity overhaul will dominate the outlook for Mexico's power sector in 2022, even if chances for its passage appear difficult.
China Issues First White Paper on Export Controls
China issued Wednesday its first white paper on export controls to provide a full picture of related policies and help the international community better understand its position.
Uzbekistan and IAEA Sign Cooperation Framework for Five Years
Uzbekistan and the International Atomic Energy Agency have signed a cooperation framework for five years.
China Could be Key to Iran Nuclear Impasse
The 2015 agreement on the future of Iran's nuclear program was held up as a triumph of painstaking international diplomacy until former United States president Donald Trump blew a major hole in it by unilaterally withdrawing less than three years later.
China Opposes Japanese Decision to Release Nuclear-Contaminated Water into Ocean
China is seriously concerned about and firmly opposes Japan's unilateral decision to discharge the nuclear-contaminated water into the sea and its proceeding with the preparatory work.
New York is Banning the Use of Natural Gas in New Buildings
After several other cities in the United States, the City Council of New York passed a law banning the use of natural gas in most new buildings.
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Iran Says Progress Made with IAEA in Nuclear Talks
Iran's foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said progress was made in talks with UN nuclear watchdog the IAEA, following pressure from major European powers to strike a compromise in ongoing nuclear deal negotiations in Vienna.
Kenyan Solar Water Farm Honoured with an Energy Globe Award
GivePower, an international non-profit organisation dedicated to providing clean water and power in developing regions around the world, was awarded the Energy Globe Award for its Solar Water Farm in Likoni, Kenya.
Xi, Putin Pledge More Coordination
Beijing and Moscow pledged on Wednesday to bolster cooperation on international affairs, undertake more joint actions to protect their security interests and oppose hegemony and a Cold War mentality.
China, Russia Make New Achievements in Strategic Coordination, Practical Cooperation
Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin via video link on Wednesday, another virtual conference this year following the one in June.
Germany’s New Chancellor May Let Red Tape Delay Nord Stream 2 Start
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, under pressure from the U.S. to halt the Nord Stream 2 pipeline project over Russian aggression toward Ukraine, may quietly delegate the task to the country’s bureaucracy.
Australia-South Korea in Low Emission Energy Pact
Australia and South Korea will work together on developing low emissions energy technology and have also signed a pact on critical minerals used to produce low emissions energy technology such as wind turbines, solar photovoltaic and batteries.
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US Government to End Financial Aid for Overseas Coal Projects
The government said it will not support coal power plants unless carbon capture technologies are implemented.
China's High-Quality Development Offers Multiple Opportunities: Italian Experts
China is already the world's top market in terms of purchasing power parity and is an 'essential' player for Italian companies
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