All publications by tag «RENEWABLE»
2019, December, 6, 13:25:00TREBLING NUCLEAR POWER
Renewable energy sources alone are not capable of fully decarbonising the economy, but they can complement nuclear energy in achieving this goal. The nuclear industry, led by World Nuclear Association, has set the Harmony goal for nuclear energy to provide 25% of global electricity by 2050. This will require trebling nuclear generation from its present level.
2019, December, 6, 12:55:00Energy Week Georgia 2020, 28-30th January, Tbilisi
On 28-30th January 2020 the international investment event “Energy Week Georgia 2020” will take place in Tbilisi.
2019, December, 2, 13:20:00INDIA'S RENEWABLE WILL UP
IEEFA forecasts India's cumulative renewable energy capacity to expand 17% year-on-year to 93.5GW by the end of 2019/20, adding a total of 13.5GW in 2019/20 (relative to just 5.7GW to-date).
2019, November, 25, 12:55:00CHINA'S RENEWABLE CONSUMPTION UP
In the first 10 months of this year, China generated 38.62 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) electricity from solar and wind resources, accounting for 6.6% of total power generation,
2019, November, 25, 12:45:00UAE SOLAR POWER PLANT: 20 KM2
the world’s biggest solar power plant project covering 20 square kilometers of desert in Abu Dhabi.
2019, November, 25, 12:35:00MICROGRIDS AND BLOCKCHAIN POSSIBILITIES
Hybrid microgrids make economic and environmental sense on their own in many places. And blockchain is active in the energy world.
2019, November, 22, 11:50:00PAKISTAN'S RENEWABLE ENERGY: $40 BLN
The government of Pakistan has announced that it will invite bids for setting up renewable energy projects in the country in a bid to tap the investment potential of $40bn.
2019, November, 20, 11:25:00EU CLIMATE INVESTMENT $39 BLN
Next year, the EU has committed to finance projects worth 168.7 billion euros ($186.8 billion), of which 21% will go to measures to fight climate change.
2019, November, 8, 10:45:00TURKEY'S RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY: 46%
Renewable energy resources have accounted for 46% of Turkey's electricity generation so far this year, Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih Dönmez said Tuesday.
2019, November, 5, 14:40:00GLOBAL CLEAN ENERGY DOWN
Current geopolitics, rife with politicization, trade wars and sanctions, will make sustainable energy goals "extremely difficult," said Eirik Waerness, Equinor's senior vice president and chief economist.