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Renewable Energy Transition in New South Wales Needs to Gather Pace Significantly
Energy transition in New South Wales (NSW) over the next decade will need to gather pace significantly.
Japanese Firms Urge Government to Shift to Renewables
They also recommended introducing carbon pricing.
Valmet to Supply a Hot Water Plant to Göteborg Energi in Sweden
Valmet will supply a complete hot water plant for the production of district heat to Göteborg Energi AB in Gothenburg, Sweden.
EU Urged to Increase Climate Policy 'Consistency'
The European Commission's green-deal package of measures designed to put the EU on a pathway towards achieving climate neutrality by 2050.
UK's Environmental Groups Urge Policymakers to End Biomass Subsidies
Environmental advocacy groups in the UK have launched a campaign to end government biomass subsidies.
Increase Climate Resilience of African Hydropower – IEA
To increase the continent's resilience to climate change, hydropower is needed.
ACCIONA Wins Renewable Energy Supply Contract from Madrid Calle 30
Renewable energy company ACCIONA has secured a public contract from Spanish road management group Madrid Calle 30 for the supply of 36GWh of clean energy.
Climate Targets Warrant Closure of All Gas, Coal Power Plants Soon, Study Shows
If solutions to turn emissions negative aren’t scaled up substantially in the mid-term to cap global warming.
Around 90% of Indian Cities have no Budgetary Allocation for City-Specific Clean Air Plans
Only nine among India's 102 cities have a city-specific clean air plan with an outlined budget for the execution of the proposed air pollution mitigation activi…
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Calpine Secures $1.1bn Climate Funding for Geysers Power Company
Calpine Corporation, one of the leading producers of renewable geothermal energy, announced the closing of a $1.1 billion Climate Bonds Certified financing for …
Total Joins Coalition to Decarbonise Maritime Industry
Global energy company Total has joined an initiative aimed at decarbonising the maritime industry.
The U.K. will Soon be Home to its First Consumer-Owned Wind Farm
A project described as the U.K.'s first consumer-owned wind farm has been launched, as the way people power their homes continues to change.
Wind and Solar will Each Provide more New Capacity than Natural Gas
According to a review by the SUN DAY Campaign of data just released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), wind, solar, and hydropower provided 100…
Why Hydrogen, Why Now? Because Climate, Economy And Finance Say So
Hydrogen energy is seeing unprecedented support. Not only from long-time enthusiasts like Japan and Korea, but from upstarts like Australia and Chile.
Long-Term Forecasts Predict China's Move Toward Decarbonisation
A scientific paper has forecast China’s long-term energy future, showing how the economic giant would change in different scenarios.