All publications by tag «RENEWABLE»
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.
2019, November, 5, 14:35:00U.S. EXITS CLIMATE
U.S. carbon dioxide emissions had fallen by 14% between 2005 and 2017
2019, October, 30, 09:45:00GLOBAL WARMING: $50 TLN
To reduce net emissions of carbon to zero, the world would have to eradicate the equivalent of 53.5 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide a year
2019, October, 23, 11:20:00RENEWABLE ENERGY BENEFITS
As the IRENA Director-General Francesco La Camera said recently at the International Energy Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: “It is perfectly possible to generate sufficient cheap, reliable energy from renewable sources. Not only is it possible, but it is also our best option, as it would bring higher socio-economic benefits than business as usual, and it would allow us to effectively address climate change.”
2019, October, 23, 11:10:00COLOMBIA'S RENEWABLE INVESTMENT $2.2 BLN
Colombia has awarded contracts for wind and solar projects worth about $2.2 billion, the government said on Tuesday, as part of its efforts to boost renewable energy generation in the Andean country.
2019, October, 14, 13:55:00UAE, U.S. COOPERATION
UAE is the leading Arab investor in the US, while noting that the value of the non-oil trade doubled over the past decade, reaching some AED90 billion (US$24.5 billion) in 2018, and explaining that the UAE trades with almost all US states, especially Washington, California, Texas, Florida and New York.
2019, October, 9, 13:15:00CLIMATE, ENERGY CHANGES
Global efforts to tackle climate change are futile as long as opposition to nuclear power persists, delegates heard at the opening session of the International Atomic Energy Agency's International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power. It is the Vienna-based agency's first conference on this topic.
2019, October, 9, 13:10:00THE NEW NUCLEAR POWER INVESTMENTS
"Greater magnitudes of uncertainty lead to volatility," he said, "and for a capital-intensive sector like ours, this means less investment and more risk to security of supply. This is especially true in power markets that are open to competition: their market design must be adaptive, and long-term contracts used for all types of generation."