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Climate
2022, January, 20, 15:40:00
RUSSIAN NUCLEAR FOR MIDDLE EAST
Saudi Arabia is one of the countries that Rosatom is ready to work with when the kingdom puts out tenders, including to provide the fuel or build the plants, Alexander Voronkov, CEO of Rosatom Middle East & North Africa, told at Rosatom Week being held at EXPO 2020 in Dubai.
Climate
2022, January, 20, 15:24:00
ARABIAN GREEN HYDROGEN $5 BLN
Engie plans to create a green hydrogen hub in the UAE and potentially other regions in a deal worth $5 billion, with the first 200 MW green hydrogen and ammonia project being developed in Abu Dhabi.
Climate
2022, January, 20, 15:20:00
INDONESIA'S ELECTRICITY + 3 GW
In 2022, the country is expected to commission 2,950 MW of power capacity and to build 4,632 km of transmission lines.
Climate
2022, January, 20, 15:15:00
UZBEKISTAN SOLAR POWER 1.1 GW
The country aims to raise the solar and wind capacity to 8,000 MW by 2026.
Climate
2022, January, 19, 10:25:00
GLOBAL RENEWABLES NEED INVESTMENT $3 TLN
The world needs to invest at least $3 trillion in renewable energy in the next 10 years,
Climate
2022, January, 18, 12:50:00
NUCLEAR FOR BRAZIL
Brazil has historically relied on hydro for as much as 80% of its electricity, but changes in rainfall patterns produced droughts that reduced this to 65% by 2018.
Climate
2022, January, 18, 12:45:00
NUCLEAR FOR SLOVENIA WITHOUT COAL
Today, coal makes up 30% of Slovenian electricity, while nuclear from the single-unit Krško nuclear power plant is some 36%.
Climate
2022, January, 18, 12:39:00
CANADA'S CLEAN ENERGY
Canada’s current energy and economic profile presents both challenges and opportunities in achieving these targets given its profile as a major producer, consumer and exporter of energy, and its northern climate.
Climate
2022, January, 18, 12:35:00
BRITAIN'S OFFSHORE WIND 25 GW
Crown Estate Scotland (United Kingdom) has selected 17 offshore wind projects totalling 24,826 MW as part of its application process for ScotWind Leasing,
Climate
2022, January, 17, 11:50:00
ЧИСТАЯ ЭНЕРГЕТИКА РОССИИ
"Россия привержена климатической повестке и мировой декарбонизации. При этом надо учитывать, что глобальное потребление энергии растёт, в ближайшие 15–20 лет оно увеличится ещё на 30%. Поэтому в первую очередь нужно учитывать вопросы энергобезопасности", – подчеркнул вице-премьер.
Climate
2022, January, 17, 11:45:00
GLOBAL ELECTRICITY DEMAND UP BY 6%, 1 500 TWH
After small drop in 2020, global electricity demand grew by 6% in 2021. It was the largest ever annual increase in absolute terms (over 1 500 TWh) and the largest percentage rise since 2010 after the financial crisis.
CLEAN HYDROGEN ENERGY
2022, January, 17, 11:40:00
CLEAN HYDROGEN ENERGY
Hydrogen, until now the missing piece of the clean energy puzzle, is likely to further disrupt energy value chains in coming years.
Climate
2022, January, 17, 11:30:00
CANADA'S CLIMATE RISKS
The transition, to be spread over 30 years, will hit Canada's economic growth as demand and prices for commodities fall, leading to less inflationary pressure and a need for more stimulative monetary policy, the Bank of Canada and the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions said.
Climate
2022, January, 17, 11:15:00
HYDROGEN FOR BRITAIN 20%
ENA called on the UK government to increase its hydrogen production capacity target to 10 GW by 2030, up from the current target of 5 GW by that date, to ensure sufficient supply is available, and encourage domestic production.
Climate
2022, January, 14, 12:20:00
ВОЗОБНОВЛЯЕМАЯ ЭНЕРГЕТИКА РОССИИ
«В энергосистеме страны к сегодняшнему моменту уже работает порядка 4,5 ГВт генерирующих объектов ВИЭ, и это только солнечная и ветровая энергетика. Если говорить о «большой» гидрогенерации, по которой Россия является одним из мировых лидеров, она составляет 20,8% установленных мощностей российской энергетики»,