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Mercy Corps, Energy Peace Partners to promote renewable energy in refugee communities, starting in Ethiopia
Mercy Corps has launched partnership with Energy Peace Partners (EPP) to advance clean sustainable affordable energy services in humanitarian settings making Ethiopia the first beneficiary.
EirGrid, the Irish state-owned transmission operator, has announced provisional contracts for more than 1.9 GW of wind and solar. The contracts were awarded in Ireland’s second Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS 2) auction.
The Rwandan government has started the construction of a brand new power plant, expected to boost the country’s electrical capacity by 43.5 MW by the end of 2024, it was announced.
If successful, DEM's project to exploit the geothermal energy potential of a dry, unproductive well could be replicated around the world.
Super-major BP has formed a joint venture with industrial gas supplier Linde this week to develop a carbon capture and storage facility in Texas.
Ending new oil, gas and coal developments is not enough to reach net zero by 2050, according to new research. Instead, already built fossil fuel projects must be decommissioned early if climate change is to be limited to 1.5°C.
InfraCo Africa has signed agreement committing to provide $15mn to Bboxx to expand access to clean reliable electrical energy to underserved communities in Africa.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for a five-point plan “to jump-start the renewable energy transition,” ahead of the COP27 summit in Egypt in November.
Human activity has caused irrevocable damage to the climate, causing hundreds of billions of dollars of economic damage and threatening water and food supplies to millions of people.
The G7 is to increase its support to developing economies such as Indonesia, Vietnam, India and Senegal that are working towards ending their reliance on coal.
In a plan outlined on May 18, the European Union proposed a legally binding goal for 45% renewable energy by 2030. That is up from the current 40%.
The start-up Simply Blue Group has unveiled plans for two multi-gigawatt floating wind projects in the Baltic Sea.
The European Commission has set 2027 as its target date for ending Russian energy imports, warning it would require €300bn of fresh investment and that new short-term spending on fossil fuel infrastructure would be needed.
Ørsted and TotalEnergies will jointly submit a bid for Dutch offshore wind tenders, while bp and RWE will submit their own bids.
Keystone Tower Systems has begun commercial production of the world’s first utility-scale spiral-welded towers at its new factory at a former oil and gas facility in Pampa, Texas.