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Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change urges EU to keep gas out of green taxonomy

15 January 2022

A group of sustainable investors has urged the EU to exclude gas from the new the EU Taxonomy green investment classification system.

Enbridge announces launch of hydrogen blending project

14 January 2022

Enbridge Gas announced on January 13 that a hydrogen blending project that it has described as the first of its kind in North America was now fully operational.

Ukraine's "Guaranteed buyer" sells green electricity for almost UAH1bn ($36mn)

14 January 2022

"Guaranteed buyer" sold green electricity for almost UAH 1bn ($36mn)

NHPC, GEDCOL to develop floating solar projects in India

13 January 2022

Indian hydropower producer NHPC Ltd and the Green Energy Development Corporation of Odisha Ltd (GEDCOL) have signed an agreement to develop 500 MW of floating solar projects in the state of Odisha.

Mammoet-Giant transports offshore wind jackets for assembly in Taiwan

13 January 2022

A joint venture between Netherlands-based Mammoet and Taiwanese company Giant Heavy Machinery Services, called Mammoet-Giant, has transported offshore wind jackets for assembly in Taiwan.

DNV to certify wind turbines in South Korea

13 January 2022

The Korean Energy Agency (KEA) has selected independent energy expert and assurance provider DNV to deliver Type Certification services for wind turbines at Korean wind farm projects.

Japan to aid Indonesia develop ammonia to reduce emissions

13 January 2022

Japan has agreed to promote the use of ammonia as a generating fuel in Indonesia in an effort to cut its carbon dioxide emissions, especially as Jakarta aims to go carbon free by 2060.

Green power still cheaper than fossil fuels in Asia despite rising prices in 2021

13 January 2022

Renewables energy became more expensive in Asia in 2021 because of strong demand and supply chain tightness, but green power still managed to undercut the of fossil fuel-derived electricity.

California beefs up offshore wind budget as federal government starts review of offshore wind energy areas

12 January 2022

In California, Governor Gavin Newsom has proposed a state budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year which brings the total for offshore wind activities in federal waters to $45mn.

Over the next few weeks two battles in Washington could determine Biden’s climate agenda

12 January 2022

President Biden faces a crucial decision by the US Supreme Court in February that could significantly restrict him from regulating CO2 emissions from power plants. His $1.8 trillion Build Back Better (BBB) agenda is still also stalled.

NDCs need to be rapidly improved to get near 1.5°C target

12 January 2022

Current Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) are nowhere near enough to keep global warming within the 1.5°C target

Russian utilities face tighter profits and green headaches in 2022

12 January 2022

Russian utilities performed less well than the market average in 2021, and are set to continue to lag below the market in 2022. The sector is set to remain carbon-intensive and faces becoming less able to keep up with global decarbonisation trends.

Registration of electric cars continues to grow in Ukraine

12 January 2022

Registration of electric cars continues to grow in Ukraine

Electricity production in Ukraine grew by 5.2%

12 January 2022

Electricity production in Ukraine grew by 5.2%

European Environmental Bureau says Slovenian EU presidency failed to make significant progress on green agenda

11 January 2022

Despite efforts to reverse biodiversity loss, the Slovenian EU Council presidency achieved little on the green transition and in pushing the zero pollution ambition.

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