Solar capacity in developing nations more than doubled in 2016

According to the latest review from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), new solar capacity is growing at an unprecedented rate due to decreased costs and innovative applications that facilitate energy access for millions.

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Africa’s first waste-to-energy plant to be commissioned in Ethiopia

A new waste-to-energy plant is set to start operations in Ethiopia aiming to revolutionise waste management practices in the country.(Readmore)

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‘We are Still in Coalition’ launched the America’s Pledge report during COP23

During COP23 in Bonn, America’s Pledge presented the official report on US climate action, analysing how US states, cities, businesses, citizens, and universities can support the Paris Agreement even without federal action.(Readmore)

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The US signs an agreement with Denmark to boost cooperation on offshore wind

In an unexpected turn of events, the US and Denmark have signed a new cooperation agreement to further the expansion of offshore wind in North America.(Read more)

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Fiji issues first developing country sovereign green bond of $50 million for climate resilience

Fiji has become the first emerging market to issue a sovereign green bond after it raised 100 million Fijian dollars to finance climate mitigation and adaptation projects.

By |10월 31st, 2017|국내외 뉴스, 미분류|0 Comments

Renewables will allow access to electricity to more people than coal

The International Energy Agency (IEA) published its new “Energy Access Outlook: From Poverty to Prosperity” report stating that the role of coal in the pathway to universal electricity access is declining “dramatically” in comparison to the past.

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Netherlands, Canada and the UK lead the phase-out of the coal era

On October 11, the Dutch Government introduced a legislation making it a legal obligation to shut down all coal-fired plants in the country by 2030. The news will come as a surprise to Engie, RWE, and Uniper that commissioned three coal plants in the country in 2015.

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New IEA report reveals that solar has been the fastest growing source of new energy

The International Energy Agency (IEA) released its annual report on the developments of renewables worldwide, revealing that although it had underestimated the speed at which solar would expand in the past, it has become the fastest growing source of new energy in 2016. (Read more)

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Wind energy provided 206% of Scotland’s entire electricity needs

WWF Scotland analysed wind power data provided by Weather Energy and found that wind turbines provided 86,467MWh to the national grid on 2 October, more than double the country’s total daily electricity needs.

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The UK commissioned its first subsidy-free solar power plant with battery storage

The first solar power plant in the UK to operate without any kind of government subsidy will be commissioned on Tuesday, sparking excitement among renewable energy enthusiasts who describe it as a tipping point for the industry.(Read more)

By |9월 27th, 2017|국내외 뉴스|0 Comments