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US President Joe Biden’s push to prioritise the fight against climate change means major changes for the country’s oil and gas industry.
The European Investment Bank has approved €340mn of funding for water and renewable energy in Africa.
Mozambique's Energy Regulatory Authority (Arene) has published the results of the pre-qualification process for the construction of a 40-MW solar power plant in Dondo in Sofala Province.
US President Joe Biden has confirmed his administration’s support for Namibia and Botswana’s Mega Solar Project, which aims to develop 5 GW of solar power across the two countries.
North American subsidiaries of super-major Chevron and automotive manufacturer Toyota are pursuing an alliance on large-scale hydrogen development.
The administration of President Joe Biden has released $8.25bn in spending for a modernised US grid, which is crucial for a roll-out of more renewable energy. The US’s grid is balkanised and several decades old.
The Arctic freeze in Texas in February led to more than $4bn in financial losses for wind projects in the state, says renewable energy consultancy ArcVera Renewables in a new study.
China’s state-owned renewable power generators (renewable gencos) are set to take on more debt in a bid to drive forward the government’s renewable development.
A Chinese climate change official has defended the country’s coal consumption in the power sector, saying that it was a major source of employment and a predictable and reliable source of energy.
Indonesia’s PT Geo Dipa Energi (GDE) aims to develop 400 MW of geothermal capacity in the Dieng area by 2023.
The number of new patents needs to continue increasing every year if new technology is to drive the world’s movement towards net zero
Vattenfall and its partners wpd and Banque des Territoires have been prequalified for France’s upcoming 1-GW offshore wind tender off the coast of Normandy.
Analysis released from Westwood Global Energy Group, a London-based energy market research and consultancy firm, forecasts that offshore wind energy projects final investment decisions (FIDs) will grow by 57% in the next year.
OSCE report identifies border hotspots across the region where rising temperatures and more extreme weather events risk adding to border tensions.
US President Joe Biden has positioned the United States as a core world leader in the run-up to the 26th United Nations global climate summit, known as COP 26, in November in Glasgow, Scotland.