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Zimbabwe launches 500-MW solar tender

21 May 2020

Zimbabwe is to invite bids to install 500 MW of solar capacity

EIB lends $82mn to ArcelorMittal to cut emissions in Belgium

20 May 2020

EIB lends $82mn to ArcelorMittal to cut emissions in Belgium

US bounds back to top of EY green index

20 May 2020

US bounces back to top of EY green index

Green energy shows resilience during global pandemic

20 May 2020

Global renewable energy installations are forecast to dip 13% to 167GW in 2020

17% daily emissions drop cannot hold back climate change

20 May 2020

The 17% emissions drop is unlikely to have a fundamental effect on future emissions levels, but new research could give government more insight into how to fight climate change

US renewables set to suffer from end to federal rent holiday

20 May 2020

The US government has ended its two-year rent holiday for wind and solar projects located on federally owned land

Japan pushes forward with hydrogen stations

20 May 2020

Air Liquide Japan and Japan H2 Mobility (JHyM) have jointly opened a new hydrogen station in Kasugai Katsugawa, Aichi Prefecture

AfDB, Clean Technology Fund lend $10mn to kick-start Ethiopian geothermal IPP

14 May 2020

The Clean Technology Fund (CTF) is to lend $10mn to Ethiopia’s first geothermal independent power producer (IPP) in a bid to help diversify the country’s energy mix.

ARENA funds APA’s renewable methane pilot

13 May 2020

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has awarded AUD1.1mn ($712,000) in funding for a renewable methane pilot project that is being developed by APA and Southern Green Gas.

Lockdown pulls Indian emissions down

13 May 2020

Lower emissions lay the foundation for the Indian government to favour renewables in post-COVID-19 stimulus packages

Fitch downgrades Siemens Gamesa

13 May 2020

Fitch Ratings has downgraded from stable to negative its outlook for global wind OEM Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Total makes green pledge

6 May 2020

Total has maintained its pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.

UN, IRENA to support Asia-Pacific’s use of sustainable energy in crisis response

6 May 2020

The UN and IRENA are to support Asia-Pacific’s use of sustainable energy in crisis response

Governments urged to support green energy post-COVID-19

6 May 2020

A group of leading global economists has called for renewables to play a prominent role in post-COVID-19 economic recovery.

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