International Energy Agency

India’s Utility Scale Renewable Growth To Face Hurdles In 2023 to 2024: IEA Report

A latest report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) claimed that India is likely to see an increased installation of renewable energy in 2023 and 2024. It attributed this to some of the positive developments in the sector. The global report titled ‘Renewable Energy Market Update’ gives a projection of the growth of renewable energy across the […]

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IEA Report: Expect $1.7 Trillion Investments In Clean Energy In 2023

The International Energy Agency has said that the global investment in clean energy is on course to rise to $1.7 trillion in 2023. In this journey, solar energy is set to eclipse oil production for the first time. According to the new report by IEA, about $2.8 trillion is set to be invested globally in […]

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Europe’s Solar Energy Surge: A Promising Solution Or Just A Palliative?

Europe is in the middle of its biggest ever solar build out currently, as it seeks to build more solar capacity for every reason from more energy security to clean energy. But can solar deliver for Europe? Is it the panacea to energy security in the long term? Or is it doomed to over promise […]

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Zambezi River Authority Considers Building Floating Solar Plant at Kariba Dam, Zimbabwe

Zambezi River Authority, which operates Kariba Dam in Zimbabwe, is looking to employ floating solar panels to generate power after plummeting water levels deepened power outages in Zambia and Zimbabwe. Munyaradzi Munodawafa, CEO of the Zambezi River Authority, said that it would add photovoltaic capacity to the surface of the Kariba Dam  on Zambezi river, […]

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Finland’s Wind Energy Saw 75% Surge in 2022

As per the Finnish Wind Energy Association (FWPA), the wind power capacity of Finland witnessed a 75% surge in 2022. Of this, nearly half of it was owned by Finland domestically. “Wind power is now increasing our country’s energy self-sufficiency at a really good pace – just when new and affordable electricity production is most […]

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IEA Report: Advancing Decarbonisation Through Clean Electricity Procurement

A study entitled “Advancing Decarbonisation through Clean Electricity Procurement” has been released by the IEA (International Energy Agency). In recent years, a lot more businesses have made commitments to use clean energy, and many of them have set specific targets to satisfy all or part of their electrical needs with clean energy. These objectives may […]

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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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CrossBoundary Gets $25 Million For Solar Power Mini-Grids Expansion In Africa

Kenya based CrossBoundary Energy Access (CBEA) has announced that it has raised $25 million funding from different investors – ARCH Emerging Markets Partners Limited, Bank of America, and Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund. The new investment will also garner an additional $25 million in senior debt for the deployment of $50 million of capital that will […]

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Georgia to invest in multiple renewable energy projects

The government of Georgia has given green signal to several projects for the development of renewable energy. The key decisions were taken during the official session of the Georgian Government Administration. The government has officially announced that the country will invest $200 million in wind, hydropower, and solar projects to take renewable energy to greater […]

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