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Japan's biggest power generator JERA is to close the coal-fired power plants it views as inefficient by 2030 as part of wider plans to achieve net zero emissions of carbon dioxide by 2050.
Chevron has overtaken ExxonMobil to become the US’ largest oil and gas company by market capitalisation. Chevron was valued at $142bn on October 7, edging ahead of ExxonMobil at $141.6bn.
Irish-based Mainstream Renewable Power said it had completed grid testing at the Perdekraal East wind farm in South Africa.
AIM-listed Caledonia Mining has appointed Voltalia to build a 12-MW solar power plant at the Blanket gold mine in Zimbabwe.
Macquarie Group and Siemens are to create a joint venture called Calibrant Energy to win business in the emerging energy-as-a-service (EaaS) sector in the US.
Bright Energy Investments has completed the 180-MW Warradarge wind farm in Western Australia's Mid-West.
Siemens Gamesa has secured wind turbine orders totalling 260 MW from Pakistan between June and September, adding to the 150 MW already closed in the previous nine months.
India plans to retire a generation of elderly and outdated coal-fired power plants and to replace them with solar and wind projects in a bid to have 175 GW of green capacity by 2022.
Spain has approved plans to replace 25% of its current fossil-fuel-sourced hydrogen with green hydrogen as part of plans to meet international carbon emissions targets.
None of the world’s fossil fuel producers will be able to limit climate warming to 2°C by 2050, according to new research published this week
The European Parliament has voted raise to 60% the EU’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions target for 2030.