All publications by tag «RENEWABLE»
2020, July, 6, 10:50:00GERMANY'S RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY 56%
Renewable energies accounted for 55.8 percent of Germany’s net electricity generation
2020, July, 6, 10:45:00HYDROGEN FOR BRITAIN
Equinor intends to take a final investment decision (FID) in 2023, conditional to supportive UK policy, with potential first production by 2026.
2020, July, 2, 11:45:00U.S. NONFOSSIL SOURCES: 20%
About 20% of U.S. energy consumption in 2019 came from sources other than fossil fuels
2020, July, 2, 11:05:00UZBEKISTAN'S RENEWABLE ENERGY GOAL
Uzbekistan set an ambitious goal of reaching 3 GW wind and 5 GW solar power capacities by 2030. In light of recent developments, these goals look quite achievable.
2020, June, 29, 14:00:00GERMANY'S WIND INVESTMENT €15 BLN
Amprion (Germany) intends to invest €15.2bn by 2028, compared with €5.2bn in 2009-2019.
2020, June, 25, 13:55:00CHINA'S ENERGY UP
China plans to increase the share of renewables (including hydro) in the power mix to 28.2% in 2020.
2020, June, 24, 12:15:00CHINA'S RENEWABLE INVESTMENT $13 BLN
China plans to increase the share of renewables (including hydro) in the power mix to 28.2% in 2020 and the share of renewables (excluding hydro) is expected to reach 10.8%.
2020, June, 23, 14:32:00CHOOSING THE BEST RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS FOR THE ENERGY TRANSITION
The Ecological Goal of the Energy Transition is to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions and prevent the most serious effects of climate change. Replacing energy Fossil Fuel Systems (FFS) with Renewable Energy Systems (RES) is a way to achieve the Ecological Goal.
2020, June, 22, 12:05:00U.S. CLEAN ELECTRICITY UP
Plummeting wind, solar, and storage prices have fallen so fast that the United States can reach 90% clean electricity by 2035 – without raising customer costs at all from today’s levels, and actually decreasing wholesale power costs 10%.
2020, June, 19, 10:35:00HYDROGEN FOR EUROPE
European industry and refineries already use roughly 8 million tonnes of hydrogen each year, but most of this is “grey” hydrogen, a version made from natural gas in a process that produces planet-warming emissions.