Energy Transition

How Cities Can Take Action to Drive the Energy Transition: IRENA

The dominance of fossil fuels in the urban energy supply puts cities on the frontline of climate change. Cities account for about 75% of global primary energy use and are responsible for 70 per cent of energy related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, making them key actors in both national and global efforts to transition to […]

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EIB Provides €100 million to Dolomiti Energia for Energy Efficiency and Combating Climate Change

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Dolomiti Energia Group have signed a €100 million finance contract to support the company’s 2021-2024 development plan. The investment is in line with Italian and European energy and environment policies for achieving the objectives of the energy transition, decarbonisation and sustainable networks. In particular, the resources will support Dolomiti Energia in projects […]

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Backlog of Unsigned PSAs Risk Slowing India’s Renewable Energy Growth

Delays in signing PSAs are a bottleneck in the growth of renewable energy capacity in India, jeopardising the 175 GW by 2022 target Delays in signing power sale agreements (PSAs) are a bottleneck in the growth of renewable energy capacity in India, jeopardising the government’s renewable energy target of 175 gigawatts (GW) by 2022, dampening […]

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Energy Transition to Renewables in US to Accelerate Over Next 2-3 Years: Report

The speed and scope of the energy transition to renewables will pick up pace over the next two to three years, according to the IEEFA’ U.S. Power Sector Outlook 2021. The report adds that solar and battery storage adoption is enjoying almost exponential growth, and wind and solar technology improvements have helped turn the two resources […]

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No way out for Stranded Thermal Assets in India, Amid RE Push : IEEFA

India’s 40 GW of stressed and stranded thermal power assets, identified by a parliamentary committee in March 2018, still linger on – most of them without any feasible resolution. India’s 40 gigawatts (GW) of stressed and stranded thermal power assets, identified by a special parliamentary committee in March 2018, still linger on – most of […]

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UK Govt Announces Promising new Deal in Offshore Clean Energy Shift

UK government has announced a new North Sea Transition Deal with the oil and gas industry. Under the new deal, the government has pledged that the high-skilled oil and gas workers and the supply chain will not be left behind in the transition to a low carbon future. Providentially, this deal will support workers, businesses, […]

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Net-Zero Emissions in India Possible by 2050, but Challenging: Report

A new report has assessed India’s technology & policy options if it were to accelerate its transition to a net-zero emissions system by 2050 To reach a net-zero emissions energy system by 2050, India needs a suitable policy and innovation-driven context to deploy clean energy technologies on a massive scale. It requires more and faster […]

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Total Solarizes L’Oréal’s First Industrial Site in France

Total, through its affiliate Total Quadran, one of the leading renewables players in France, announces the commissioning of the solarization project at L’Oréal’s Vichy production plant. The project consists of photovoltaic parking lot awnings and charge points for electric vehicles. The renewable electricity produced will cover 33% of the plant’s energy needs, from almost 4,000 […]

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