China’s Solar Dominance: How Key Consumer Markets Are Adapting

Governments across the globe are increasingly investing in various sources of new and renewable energy to reach their targets of either achieving carbon neutrality or reducing emissions considerably to help realise the goal of the Paris agreement – limiting the rise in global temperature below 2-degree celsius from pre-industrial levels. Solar power is one of […]

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Examining the Biggest Polluters: Report Card of Shipping Industry

Nearly 80 per cent of the world’s trade is carried out by sea. Indeed, shipping offers an environmentally efficient means of transport per unit of cargo when compared to other highly polluting media such as air and road transport. Yet, the sheer volume of maritime trade results in a significant contribution to the world’s greenhouse […]

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MasTec to Acquire Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives (IEA)

MasTec and Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives (IEA) have announced signing an agreement under which MasTec will acquire all of the outstanding shares of IEA in a cash-and-stock transaction. Each IEA share is valued at $14.00. The official statement of MasTec said that the transaction has been unanimously approved by the Boards of Directors of both […]

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Renewable Energy Market Update Outlook For 2022-23

The IEA has released its study on Renewable Energy Outlook For 2022-23. In its report, the IEA provided detailed information about how developments in the energy market in recent months, particularly in Europe, have once again demonstrated the critical role that renewable energy sources play in enhancing energy security in addition to their well-established efficiency […]

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US And Australia Ink New RE Pact To Break China’s Stranglehold

The US has inked a pact with Australia to break China’s stranglehold on clean energy technology supplies, according to a news report published. Addressing a joint press conference, US Energy Secretary, Jennifer Granholm, and the Australian Climate Change and Energy Minister, Chris Bowen, announced a “net-zero technology acceleration partnership” that places a premium on improving […]

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GE Signs Deal With Arafura, Eyes Rare Earths For EV & Wind Turbines

Arafura Resources Limited and GE Renewable Energy have signed an MoU to forget a partnership in the set up of a sustainable supply chain for Neodymium-Praseodymium (NdPr) central to energy transition. The parties are looking at negotiating a long-term sales agreement for GE to purchase NdPr from Arafura’s Nolans Project in central Australia. The agreement […]

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Japan Will Include India Into AETI To Help Achieve Green Energy Transition

While it mourns the assassination of Japan’s former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last week, Japan is looking to aid India to shift to clean energy by expanding a programme it launched in 2021 for Southeast Asian nations, Industry Minister Koichi Hagiuda said recently. Although India was not initially included in the Japan’s ‘Asia Energy Transition […]

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Analysing The Landscape For Energy Transition In LatAm Region

AMI (Americas Market Intelligence) Energy Practice has recently published a report shedding light on the untapped opportunities, challenges, investment potential in energy transition in the Latin America region. The findings of the report are as under. Lucrative Market For Operators & Investors In Suriname David Abiamofo, Minister of Natural Resources of the Republic of Suriname, […]

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IEA Calls For Innovation To Bridge Gap Between Demand & Supply Of Metals For EV Batteries

The autonomous intergovernmental organisation that shapes policies related to energy for countries, International Energy Agency (IEA) has published a 68-page report “Global Supply Chains of EV Batteries“. The report states that innovation alone can help bridge the fast increasing gap between demand and supply of critically important metals for EV batteries. The supply of critical […]

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