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Xi Calls for Advancement of All-Round Cooperation with ASEAN
The Blueprint of China's FYP Policy on Energy Transition and The World's Climate
The Five Year Plan (FYP) is China’s top-level policy blueprint and has been called “one of the most important documents on the planet” for global sustainability. Created every five years since 1953, the 14th is in development and will cover 2021–25. Like
Moody's: Green Bond Issuance to Surge Past $200bn in 2019
Global green bonds hit a new all-time quarterly high during the second quarter of this year, with $66.6bn brought to the market.
Siemens Gamesa's Market Plans Released By New Onshore Wind CEO Alfonso Faubel
If we focus on prospects for onshore wind, I think we can all agree that they are solid. In fact, from an average of 63GW that will be installed annually in the next five years, approximately 87% will be onshore, according to the Global Wind Energy Counci
Brazilian Oil Giant Petrobras Scrap Plans to Invest in Renewable Energy Projects
Brazil's state-controlled oil company Petrobras will scrap plans to invest in renewable energy projects, but says it will continue research and development projects in the field, according to chief executive Roberto Castello Branco.
New Renewable Energy Apprenticeship Program Created by Union Groups
The Department of Labor (DOL)-certified, program provides individuals with specialized skills to remain at the forefront of the offshore and onshore wind, solar generation and battery storage fields.
Total Sells Pipeline Stake to Pisto SAS for £240 Million
Oil giant Total has signed an agreement to sell a 30% interest in a French pipeline. The Societe des Transports Petroliers par Pipelines to Pisto SAS for almost £240 million.
The Growing Threat Posed to Investors by High-Carbon Business Models
The evidence is mounting that energy companies and investors are failing to take the urgent action needed to prepare for the low-carbon transition - and that lack of action threatens the stability of the entire financial system.
Global Energy Transition at Risk From US-China Trade War
Cooperation on the world stage is critical for minimizing climate change, but it’s in short supply right now, says Wood Mackenzie’s 2019 Energy Transition Outlook.
Amazon Announced Two Renewable Energy Projects in the Republic of Ireland and the US
The projects will bring the number of Amazon’s renewable energy projects to 66 as part of its goal to be powered by 100% renewable energy worldwide.
Fossil Fuel Subsidies Continue to Far Outstrip Renewable Subsidies, Suffocating the Energy Transition
Switching fossil fuel subsidies to support renewables could unleash a clean energy revolution and propel the decarbonisation of the global economy, according to a new report from the International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Hongkong Are Building an Offshore LNG Terminal And Introducing Feed-in Tariff Schemes
Progress is underway for Hong Kong’s first offshore LNG terminal, with the establishment of a joint venture between Castle Peak Power Co. (CAPCO), which is owned by CLP Power, and Hong Kong Electric Co. (HK Electric).
BloombergNEF Reports：Energy Storage Will Grow to 1095GW in 2040
BloombergNEF reports says falling cost of batteries will help to drive global growth in the market.Energy storage will grow to 1095GW in 2040, compared with 9GW last year, boosted by cheaper lithium-ion battery technology.
U.S. Ethanol Industry Nearing Breaking Point
The U.S. ethanol industry is about to break under the weight of the Trump Administration's trade war with China and the surge in the number of small refineries exempted from the nation's biofuel laws, said Todd Becker, CEO of Green Plains.
China Belt and Road Energy Investments Grow 1,370% Since 2014
Investments from China’s Belt and Road initiative (BRI) have supported over 12GW of wind and solar energy projects in South and Southeast Asia since 2014, according to analysis by environmental campaigning group Greenpeace.
Official Report:China,Iran Can Join Hands Facing the Unilateral Sanctions And “American Bullying”
A senior Chinese official has called for Tehran and Beijing to join forces in confronting US pressures as he stressed that China’s resolve to develop relations with Iran was unwavering.
Labour Reveals £3.5bn for Tidal Power on Merseyside
A £3.5 BILLION investment in tidal power on Merseyside was announced by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn when he visited Liverpool today. Mr Corbyn said the project would help reverse years of decline in the north and contribute to tackling climate change.
China Pursues More Renewable Energy At Home & Abroad
The Chinese government takes a rather blunderbus approach to renewable energy policy. For years, it offered generous subsidies for renewables and saw installed capacity for wind and solar soar.
Series Report: The Future of Japan's Energy and Environmental Policies
In the first four parts of this series, I mainly outlined the current state and challenges facing the supply side of energy.
From Fossil Fuels to Sustainable Futures
The technology is “absolutely there” now for humanity to switch over to using huge amounts of renewable energy, reliably, says Wärtsilä VP for Europe Melle Kruisdijk. Then again, if you’re not reading this site for the very first time, you probably alread
The European Investment Bank Proposes to Stop Considering New Loans to Fossil Fuel Projects
The European Investment Bank proposes to stop considering new loans to fossil fuel projects, including natural gas infrastructure, from the end of 2020, it said in its draft updated energy lending strategy Friday.
Fossil Fuels Now Provide 79.4 Per cent of Overall UK Energy Mix
Oil, gas, and coal now provide 79.4 per cent of overall UK energy mix, while renewables' role hits record high, official government statistics reveal.
A look at Some of the More Interesting Thoughts of Politicians on Energy Sources
Energy is playing an increasingly important role in politics. Voters have always been interested in reducing their energy bills, but as climate change awareness has increased, voters and the general public also increasingly support for clean sources.
EC is Proposing to Impose Anti-Subsidy Measures on Imports of Biodiesel From Indonesia
If enacted, imports by Musim Mas would receive a 16.3% duty, Permata Group a tariff of 18% whilst Wilmar would receive a duty of 15.7%. Other Indonesian companies exporting to the EU would receive a duty of 18%.
China to Add 6GW New Ultra-Low Emission Coal Capacity to Meet Growing Electricity Demand
The government has greenlighted the use of coal-fired power in regions with poor wind and solar resources.China Energy Group will add over 6GW of new ultra-low emission coal-fired capacity this year as it bids to meet growing electricity demand.
TerraForm to Acquire Distributed Generation Assets From AltaGas
TerraForm Power has signed off on an agreement with AltaGas that will see TerraForm acquire a high-quality, unlevered distributed generation platform with up to 320MW of capacity in the US. The total purchase price for the DG assets was US$720 million.
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