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Softbank’s $100bn Vision Fund has made its first investment in energy storage technology by backing Swiss-based energy storage start-up Energy Vault with $110mn.
India and China are leading a call by the world’s largest emerging economies for established industrialised countries to carry the costs of fighting climate change
China is to begin a series of safety inspections at its coal mines during September after a number of fatal accidents in recent months
Dutch offshore contractor Heerema is to install turbine foundations at Ørsted’s 900MW Greater Changhua 1 and 2a projects off Taiwan.
GE’s pioneering 5.3MW Cypress onshore wind turbines are to be used at Partners Group’s 244 MW Bango Wind Farm in Australia
Russia’s Industry and Trade Ministry rejects Siemens’s application for a special investment contract
Japanese utilities are becoming more aggressive in their price reviews for long-term LNG contracts and seeking to buy more LNG on the spot market.
The world is unlikely to meet the Paris goals of a 2 degree rise in temperatures by 2040 as long as fossil fuels offer easier profits than renewables
Taiwanese chemicals group Swancor has sold its pioneering offshore wind unit to US investor Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners