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Xi Calls for Advancement of All-Round Cooperation with ASEAN
BP Announces "Major Expansion" into Renewables with New Bioenergy Firm
Oil giant BP has announced its “major expansion” into the renewable energy marketplace with a new partnership in the biopower sector.The firm has formed a 50/50 joint venture with US-headquartered agricultural commodities company Bunge to form new ventu
India: Solar Power Technology Had the Largest Contribution to the New Power Generation Capacity in 1H of 2019
Renewable energy technologies, especially wind and solar power, continued to lead all other technologies in new capacity added in the first half of 2019. solar power had the largest contribution towards the new power generation capacity added in India.
Refineries Threaten EPA as Ethanol Fight Ramps up
An attorney representing a group of unnamed refineries is threatening to sue the Environmental Protection Agency if it doesn't start granting waivers from the federal ethanol mandate.
U.S. Ethanol Plants are Expected to Sharply Curtail Production Due to China Trade War
U.S. ethanol plants are expected to sharply curtail production in the weeks ahead as steep Midwest corn prices and the U.S.-China trade war have led to weak margins and oversupply, industry sources said.
British Has Published a Report Calling for the 'Swift' Introduction of Ethanol Fuel
The UK’s All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on British Bioethanol has published a report calling for the ‘swift’ introduction of E10 ethanol fuel.
The Economy Impacted by Global Energy Transitions and Implications
For more than a century, fossil fuels have accounted for a larger proportion of global energy supply sources.
How the Global Energy Transitions Affects the Nigerian Economy ?
Major energy consuming economies, which constitute major markets for petroleum products are realigning their energy policies and economies in favor of low carbon intensive sources. These countries are also Nigeria's key key crude oil buyers.
Zambia Takes a New Step to Use Renewable Natural Resource to Revive its Economy
Zambia's path to economic recovery remains weak, reflecting policy uncertainty, says the latest World Bank's Economic Brief on Zambia, titled: Wealth Beyond Mining: Leveraging Renewable Natural Capital.
To-the-point: Global biodiesel market growth On the rise
The value of global consumption of biodiesel is estimated at $28.9 billion by the end of 2018 and is expected to register a 3.1% CAGR over the period, 2018–2026.
China Promotes Green Energy Development
The declaration also noted outcomes of the G20 Ministerial Meeting in Nagano, Japan, on June 15 and 16, which adopted the G20 Karuizawa Innovation Action Plan on Energy Transitions and Global Environment for Sustainable Growth.
The Leading Green Development in Chengdu of China
A number of projects with cutting-edge technologies are putting the southwestern metropolis of Chengdu at the forefront of China's low-carbon growth, according to the city's officials and entrepreneurs.
Challenges Facing the Growth of Renewable Energy Capacity in Sweden
An over-reliance on hydropower and ageging transmission infrastructure are holding Sweden back from even greater renewable capacity growth.
Global Biodiesel Market is Expected To Register a 3.1% CAGR Over the Period, 2018–2026
This is according to a recent study on biodiesel 'Anticipated Increase in Biodiesel Blending Ratio to Support Market Growth' published by Persistence Market Research.
Busting the Myth on Energy Returns: Renewables to Beat Fossil Fuels
New research published in the journal Nature Energy has warned that society may be heading towards a 'net energy cliff'unless it undertakes a rapid shift to renewables, as fossil fuels become increasingly harder to access.
National Grid Acquires Renewables Developer Geronimo Energy
The $100 million deal adds to the list of U.S. renewables developers bought recently by European energy groups.
Why Natural Gas Can't Blow Off Biogas Threat Any More
Natural gas is already facing competition from wind and solar in some markets, and biogas has also been nipping at its heels.
China's Power Use Up 5% In H1
China's electricity consumption, a key barometer of economic activity, rose 5 percent year-on-year in the first half of 2019, the country's top economic planner said Tuesday.
Good news!Greener Economy Could Create 24 Million Jobs by 2030
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Tuesday that shifting to a greener economy could create 24 million jobs globally by 2030.
Pentagon Assessed American Rare Earths Capability Amid the Country's Trade Conflict with China
The Pentagon is rapidly assessing the United States’ rare earths capability in a race to secure stable supply of the specialized material amid the country’s trade conflict with China.
China Solar PV Auction Awards 22.8 Gigawatts With Feed-in Tariffs
China's National Energy Administration announced the results of its first national solar auction for Feed-in Tariff (FiT)-approved projects.
Green Routes to High-Quality Development
Clean energy, environmentally friendly technology, green infrastructure, planet-preserving finance... sustainable economic development on a global scale is achievable with sustained efforts, sharp focus, visionary policy and imaginative project implementa
Worldwide Investments in Clean Energy Projects have Hit a Six-Year Low
Investments slowed in all three major markets -- the U.S., Europe and China -- but China’s decline was especially pronounced as the country continued its shift away from subsidies for solar and wind power.
EU Carbon Prices Hit an 11-year High
After a decade of single-digit prices, the cost of carbon has been rising for the last 19 months following moves by EU lawmakers to reduce the number of free permits in the system, which began in January 2019.
Renewables are Fast Catching up With Fossil Fuels
According to the research: Fossil fuels offer 'increasingly poor' return on energy investment. Scientists say renewables are fast catching up with fossil fuels on the amount of energy they yield compared to how much they require to build and operate.
EU-Backed Fund to Invest millions into Southern European PV
Southern European PV is to reap a multi-million funding boost via an investment fund backed by strategic EU programmes.
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