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Russian President Vladimir Putin set the goal of carbon neutrality by 2060 during comments in his speech at the plenary session of Russia’s Energy Week on October 13.
If India keeps installing solar capacity at the rate it has achieved for the last three months, coal-fired power could peak in the 2023-24 financial year.
Germany’s Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA) has awarded 1,494 MW of onshore wind capacity at a total of 166 projects as the country’s latest onshore was oversubscribed for the first time since December 2020.
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has invested $150mn in the African Development Bank’s Desert to Power G5 Financing Facility.
Pacific Investment Management (Pimco) has given a groundbreaking R3bn green loan to the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA).
Algeria’s state oil firm Sonatrach and the Turkish firm Renaissance (Rönesans Holding) have signed three contracts related to the development of a polypropylene production facility in the Turkish port of Ceyhan.
GE Renewable Energy has received an order from Vineyard Wind, a joint venture between Avangrid Renewables and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, to supply Haliade-X turbines for the 800-MW Vineyard Wind 1 off Massachusetts in the north-eastern US.
The US Energy Information Administration projects that global energy consumption will increase nearly 50% over the next three decades, but renewable energy sources will grow to nearly the same level
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced a new target: to enable community solar systems to power the equivalent of five million households by 2025 and create $1 billion in energy bill savings
Japan's biggest refiner, Eneos Holdings, is to buy Japan Renewable Energy (JRE) for JPY200bn ($1.8bn) in order to expand its low-carbon business.
America's growing offshore wind power industry is a $109 billion revenue opportunity to businesses in the offshore wind power supply chain over the next decade
Green bond supply has boomed so far in 2021, with a total of €50bn issued by the end of September, €20bn ahead of total issues in 2020
New York State will offer its next offshore wind solicitation in early 2022, officials have announced
A total of 24 new countries have now joined the US- and EU-backed Global Methane Pledge in a bid to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Decarbonising the global shipping sector by 2050 will require investment in energy efficiency and a wholesale move towards biofuels.
Governments need to smash the stubborn dominance of fossil fuels if the world is to reach net zero by 2050, despite the rapid development of green technologies, the IEA warns.
Plug Power and SK Group’s SK E&S division are to provide fuel cell systems, hydrogen fuelling stations and electrolysers to the South Korean and other Asian markets.