Decarbonisation

John Kerry Gives a Huge Solar Endorsement at ISA Assembly Keynote

At the International Solar Alliance’s (ISA) fourth general assembly, John Kerry, U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate and 68th U.S. Secretary of State, delivered the keynote address. In his address, Kerry highlighted the opportunities in the solar sector towards climate action and India as an investment destination for solar power. 106 countries are participating in […]

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EPRI, NREL, and the University of Washington to Advance Electric Grid Decarbonization

On September 7, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), and the University of Washington announced the creation of the industry-wide Universal Interoperability for Grid-Forming Inverters (UNIFI) Consortium to advance research on grid-forming inverters supporting variable renewable energy growth across the power system. Funded through a $25 […]

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Biofuels: Empowering the Economy and Conserving the Environment

Notwithstanding adversities of pandemic India is projected to report close to double digit GDP growth this year based on studies by renowned institutions. Thanks to huge domestic market consumption though exports are likely to remain subdued! The energy requirement of an economy is directly proportional to population and the momentum of development. Electricity and fuel […]

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EDP Group to Invest Over €1 Billion in Green Energy in Galacia, Spain

Lisbon-headquartered electric utilities company EDP- Energias de Portugal recently announced its plans to invest more than 1 billion euros in Galicia, Spain, over the next 10 years, to develop renewables and support the region’s on-going transition to a new energy and economic model, within the framework of the European Next Generation funds. The Portugal company […]

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UK Charts Course for Net Zero North Sea: WoodMac

Ambitious transition deal sets tough targets as UKCS players face tricky balancing act The UK government and the country’s oil and gas sector recently agreed a deal to leverage the upstream industry’s capabilities, accelerate the energy transition and help the North Sea reach net zero by 2050. A significant opportunity exists to create a supply […]

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Drop In Blade Manufacturing Costs Changing Wind Energy Supply Chains- GWEC

The global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) has explained the transformations in the Global Wind Blade Supply Chain Update 2020. According to GWEC Market Intelligence, wind blades are one of the vital and expensive components of a wind turbine, and reduced production costs will improve the supply chain.  Having the right supply chain strategy is crucial […]

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NITI Aayog, Dutch Embassy Sign SoI on ‘Decarbonisation and Energy Transition Agenda’

NITI Aayog and the Embassy of the Netherlands have signed an SoI to support the decarbonisation and energy transition agenda for cleaner and more energy. NITI Aayog and Embassy of the Netherlands, New Delhi, signed a Statement of Intent (SoI) on September 28, 2020, to support the decarbonisation and energy transition agenda for accommodating cleaner […]

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