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Energy Storage Becoming More Relevant to Africa’s Energy Transition
Ever-decreasing costs of renewable energy generation are already introducing an energy transition across Southern Africa, especially as energy storage becomes m
AMEA Signs MoU to Produce Clean Energy Green Ammonia
AMEA Power has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to produce 390,000 tonnes of green ammonia per annum over two phases, powered by renewable energy, i
Partnership Boosts Green Building Practices in Brazil
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, and the Brazilian Chamber for the Construction Industry (CBIC) are partnering to
Singapore Zooms in on Renewable Energy Amidst Energy Insecurity
Senoko said increasing prices and gas supply disruptions increased focus on the clean energy transition.
Lack of Strong Decarbonisation Agenda Poses Risk to Asia’s Energy Transition
Despite efforts laid to set the road for their energy transitions, countries in Asia are still lacking a strong decarbonisation agenda that is in line with the
ExxonMobil Estimates $4 Trillion CCS Market by 2030
Amount is around 60% of forecast oil and gas market by that date.
Exxon Sees Carbon Capture Market at $4 Trillion by 2050
Exxon Mobil Corp. estimates there will be a $4 trillion market by 2050 for capturing carbon dioxide and storing it underground, the company said in a presentati
TotalEnergies and KGHM to Develop Offshore Wind Power
TotalEnergies and KGHM have signed a partnership to participate on a 50/50 basis in the Polish government tender for the development of offshore wind projects.
Chevron, Suncor and Other North American Energy Giants Sharply Lag European Rivals in ‘Green Transition’ Scorecard
Japanese and Thai energy concerns push North American companies out of the top 10, BloombergNEF report shows.
IEA: Africa Faces Major Challenges and Huge Opportunities in Transition to Clean Energy
The clean energy transition is an opportunity for many African countries, but they will need the support of the international community, especially to attract t
Ukraine ‘Could Become a Vital Supplier of Renewable Energy to Europe’
Ukraine geographically and climatically has a “huge potential” for the development of renewables, DTEK Executive Director has said.
New Partnership to Map out Global Wind Energy Workforce Training Needs
It is expected to support renewable energy development and help meet the huge increase of jobs required for the global energy transition.
‘Lion’s Share’ of Global Power Additions in 2021 Were Renewables
Data released by IRENA shows that renewable energy continued to grow and gain momentum in 2021 despite global uncertainties, with global renewable generation ca
Renewables Share at 9.1% as Global Generation Capacity Reached 3,064 GW in 2021
60% of the new capacity in 2021 was added in Asia, resulting in a total of 1.46 Terawatt (TW) of renewable capacity by 2021.
GWEC and GWO Sign Deal to Power the Global Wind Energy Workforce
The two organisations have signed a new memorandum of understanding to leverage shared resources, including unique datasets, analytical and forecasting capabili
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