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Xi Calls for Advancement of All-Round Cooperation with ASEAN
Latest Lazard Report：Wind And Solar Will Kill Coal And Nuclear on Costs
The cost of wind and solar continue to decline and are now at the point where they beat, or at least match, even the marginal costs of coal-fired generation and nuclear power.
Africa must Quadruple Power Investment to Supply Electricity for All
African countries will need to quadruple their rate of investment in their power sectors for the next two decades to bring reliable electricity to all Africans, an International Energy Agency (IEA) study published on Friday said.
Why would Anyone buy Saudi Aramco?
Saudi Aramco makes more money than any other company on Earth. But low oil prices, the climate crisis and geopolitical risk could deter investors from buying into its partial privatization.
Saudi Aramco: From ‘Prosperity Well' to Energy Behemoth
It has since grown into the world's largest and most profitable company, generating 10 percent of global crude supplies and trillions of dollars in income.
Renewables Cover 42% of German Power Consumption
If wind and solar energy yields in the fourth quarter equal the average of the last few years, renewables’ share could amount to 42 per cent of Germany’s consumption in 2019.
Big Oil, Big Corn both Blast Trump Biofuel Plan
Corn farmers, ethanol producers, refinery representatives, energy traders and state and local officials from the Midwest all blasted the Trump administration’s proposed biofuels plan for next year during a public hearing Wednesday.
India Expressed Plans To Build A String of Renewable Energy Projects
India expressed plans to build a string of renewable energy projects along its western border as part of a programme aiming to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, according to a report by AFP.
New Study to Help Regions Recognize Their Renewable Energy's Potential
The climate crisis is an intricate and multifaceted problem, but by now most of us understand the essence of the thing: emissions bad, renewables good.
EDF Renewables And Tesco Signed Three PPAs for Renewable Energy
EDF Renewables has signed three corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with multinational retailer, Tesco, including one distributed solar 20-year agreement and two 15-year wind agreements.
The Energy Transition Has A Long Way to Run
The growth in renewable energy supplies is making progress — but it should be kept in perspective.
That Renewable Energy Is Really Starting to Heat Up
As the global leader in producing renewable energy from the wind and sun, NextEra Energy (NYSE:NEE) is an important company for investors to follow, as it often provides key insights into the sector's future.
Five Energy Innovations to Transform The World
The term “disruptor” has become an overused phrase that has cheapened the perceived impact that new tech, new processes, new ideas, and new generations have on the world.
Renewable Energy Appears to be Entering its Golden Years
As the global leader in producing renewable energy from the wind and sun, NextEra Energy is an important company for investors to follow, as it often provides key insights into the sector's future.
World’s Largest Oil and Gas Producer is in a “Substantially Better Position”
The world’s largest oil and gas producer is in a “substantially better position” when compared to a decade ago, according to the departing energy secretary.
Nothing can Stop The Renewable Revolution
In capacity terms, the world will install another 1,200 gigawatts (GW) of renewable energy over the next five years, which is equivalent to the total installed power capacity of the entire United States.
Africa May Lose Billions on Inefficent Energy Plannning Over the Next Decade
Capturing the $110 Billion Africa Power-Sector Opportunity, shows that status quo energy systems could cost African nations up to $180bn over the next decade, more than 2.5 times the 2016 gross domestic product of Kenya.
Energy Suppliers Could Face Tougher Financial Checks for Payments More Regularly
Energy suppliers could be blocked from taking on too many customers under proposals designed to ensure fast-growing companies are financially fit to handle expansion.
Energy Blockchain Applications May Generate $19 Billiin in Next Decade
The increase in spending on energy blockchain applications is owing to an increase in the use of the technology in asset financing, proof of origin for power generation, electric vehicle charging and grid integration and transactive energy.
Africa Must Embrace New Technologies to Meet Rising Energy Needs
SA is facing the return of rolling power blackouts. Despite receiving a $4.9bn bailout, the largest in the country’s history, Eskom — SA’s national utility power has once again imposed power cuts due to unforeseen breakdowns at its coal plants.
Siemens Unveiled The Name of New Spin-off Power Company :"Siemens Energy"
The new name was announced yesterday at an internal management conference and will officially take effect once the energy business becomes a separate legal entity, which is expected next April.
Roughly 15 Percent of the Electricity Generated in United States from Renewable Sources
The electrical grid that brings power to homes and businesses will need to continue being updated in order to accommodate the ever-growing renewable energy industry.
Five Promising Start-ups That Lead India's Small-scale Renewable Revolution
India has the fifth-highest renewable capacity in the world, with potential power resources of 118GW. The national government is targeting a capacity of 500GW by 2030.
UK Renewables Generated More Electricity Than Fossil Fuel Power Plants for First Time
The months of July, August and September were the first quarterly period in which renewables outpaced fossil fuels since the UK’s first public power generating station opened in 1882, climate website Carbon Brief said.
Q3 2019 Energy Markets Analysis for UK and EU
Energy market analysts, EnAppSys, have released Q3 2019 market summaries for both the European and UK markets. Take a look at the noteworthy trends summarized below:
$100 Billion Can Be Saved By The Automation And Digitalisation Initiatives in Oil Industry
Automation and digitalisation initiatives could help the global upstream oil industry save a whopping $100 billion of their budget in the 2020s, according to a new in-depth study.
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