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Renewable
2020, April, 2, 14:40:00
ENERGY PRICES DOWN
Oil slid to $25 a barrel on Wednesday, within sight of its lowest in 18 years,
Renewable
2020, April, 2, 14:25:00
ABU DHABI CLEAN ENERGY
The MoU aims to facilitate the development of two Waste-to-Energy (WtE) plants – in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain – which, upon completion, would have the potential to transform up to 1.5 million tonnes of municipal waste into energy every year and collectively reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 2.5 million tonnes annually – equivalent to the removal of more than 500,000 cars from the road.
Renewable
2020, April, 2, 14:20:00
HYDROGEN ENERGY & ECONOMY
The falling cost of making hydrogen from wind and solar power offers a promising route to cutting emissions in some of the most fossil fuel dependent sectors of the economy, such as steel, heavy-duty vehicles, shipping and cement.
Renewable
2020, April, 2, 14:15:00
CLEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPMENT
Podcast/Audio - The podcast is all about the cleantech and start-up journeys of the leading CEOs and founders in the sector.
Renewable
2020, April, 1, 12:43:00
POWER CONTRACTS & NEGOTIATION
Power Contracts & Negotiation 30 June – 2 July 2020, Singapore 21 – 23 September 2020, Johannesburg
Renewable
2020, March, 30, 09:50:00
INDIA'S SOLAR DIGITAL ENERGY GROWTH
India intends to solarize its digital future. It became a world leader in the fight against climate change when Prime Minister Modi launched the International Solar Alliance with 121 member countries ahead of the Paris Agreement in 2015, with the primary objective to work for efficient exploitation of solar energy to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Renewable
2020, March, 27, 13:45:00
U.S. PRIMARY ENERGY CONSUMPTION 100 QUADRILLION BTU
U.S. primary energy consumption totaled 100 quadrillion Btu, a 1% decrease from 2018. Natural gas consumption increased 3%, renewable energy consumption and nuclear electric power consumption each increased less than 1%, petroleum consumption decreased less than 1%, and coal consumption decreased 14%.
Renewable
2020, March, 27, 13:40:00
GLOBAL WIND ENERGY UP BY 19%
According to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), a total of 60.4 GW of wind capacity was installed worldwide in 2019 (19% more than in 2018), raising the global wind capacity by 10% to more than 650 GW.
Renewable
2020, March, 27, 13:35:00
U.S. SOLAR POWER UP
There are 10.4 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale solar capacity currently under construction across the United States
Renewable
2020, March, 27, 13:25:00
BIFACIAL SOLAR POWER
Chinese panel maker Trina Solar, has launched two new PERC monocrystalline bifacial solar modules, each with a reported power output of 500 W.
Renewable
2020, March, 20, 12:25:00
U.S. RENEWABLES NEED HELP
The U.S. Senate on March 18 passed a multibillion-dollar coronavirus relief bill
Renewable
2020, March, 17, 13:10:00
GERMANY'S RENEWABLE INVESTMENT €5 BLN
The German energy group RWE plans to invest €5bn to expand its renewable capacity by 2022, including €1bn in Germany.
Renewable
2020, March, 16, 10:10:00
CHINA, FRANCE WIND INVESTMENT $1 BLN
The joint-venture project, with a total investment of 7.9 billion yuan (about 1.13 billion U.S. dollars), was the first of its kind in offshore wind power with both domestic and foreign investment, China Energy said.
Renewable
2020, March, 13, 12:00:00
GREEN HYDROGEN COST
Researchers have stated that hydrogen is likely to be cost-competitive by 2035. But other technologies, such as battery storage, which have had a head start over hydrogen are more economical in the short term.
Renewable
2020, March, 12, 13:05:00
OIL PRICES 2020-21: $43-$55
EIA forecasts Brent crude oil prices will average $43/b in 2020, down from an average of $64/b in 2019. For 2020, EIA expects prices will average $37/b during the second quarter and then rise to $42/b during the second half of the year. EIA forecasts that average Brent prices will rise to an average of $55/b in 2021, as declining global oil inventories put upward pressure on prices.