Energy Efficiency

COVID-19 Further Slowed Down Global Progress on Energy Efficiency: IEA

A new IEA report has stated that the already sluggish pace of global progress on energy efficiency is set to slow further as a result of the economic impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. A new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) has stated that the already sluggish pace of global progress on energy efficiency […]

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EU Set To Achieve 2 of its 3 Climate And Energy Targets For 2020

A report of the European Environment Agency published on Monday, 30th November 2020, reported an aggregated progress of the EU towards meeting two of its three 2020 climate and energy targets. The 2020 package is a set of laws passed in 2007 and enacted in legislation in 2009 to ensure the EU meets its climate […]

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IRENA and Pacific Community Announce Joint Efforts to Boost Recovery

Two organisations will work closely to enhance policy, support project development, and attract investments to the Pacific The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Pacific Community (SPC) will work together to support Pacific island countries transition their energy systems to renewable energy sources as part of a drive support the post-pandemic recovery. With around 64 per […]

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REPORT: Energy Efficiency Led US Energy Job Growth in 2019 and is a Best Bet to Lead Sector’s Recovery in 2021

Energy efficiency — which led U.S. energy-sector job growth in 2019, growing to employ nearly 2.4 million Americans before the pandemic-fueled crisis — is a best bet to drive the energy sector’s recovery in 2021, according to a new analysis released today by E4TheFuture and the national, nonpartisan business group E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs). Energy efficiency employed 28% of all […]

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Novartis Inches Closer To 100% Renewable Energy With 5 VPPA’s

In a move that has made Novartis the first pharma company to attain the 100% renewable electricity user status for its European operations, the firm recently signed up for five virtual power purchase agreements (VPPAs).  These agreements together will be generating around 275 MW or more of clean power to the electrical grid, serving as […]

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AI to Help Organizations cut GHG Emissions by 16% in the Next 3-5 years: Report

A new report details how AI powered use cases for climate action have the potential to help organizations fulfil up to 45 percent of their emissions targets of the Paris Agreement. Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered use cases for climate action have the potential to help organizations fulfil up to 45 percent of their Economic Emission […]

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Wisconsin’s First Large-Scale Solar Facility Producing Clean Energy

Wisconsin’s first large-scale solar project is complete and powering Madison-area households and businesses. Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) is a co-owner of the 150-megawatt (MW) Two Creeks Solar facility with Wisconsin Public Service (WPS). MGE owns 50 MW; WPS owns 100 MW. “We are excited that Two Creeks Solar is now generating cost-effective, carbon-free energy […]

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Industry Must Work With Govt on Combatting Climate Change: Javadekar

Prakash Javadekar has appealed to key industry leaders to work with the government on combating climate change   In tune with our declaration in the Paris Summit, India will reduce it’s emission intensity by 35%, we will have 100GW Solar Power, 175 GW Renewable Energy, by the year 2022. Our actions are 2 degree compliant […]

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