natural gas

Tunisia Awards 500 MW Solar Projects

Tunisia has awarded several solar power projects to bidders in a bid to move closer to its international obligations for its domestic renewable share of energy. The combined output of all these solar projects will be 500 MW. The new solar projects will be located in different governorates of Tunisia. The largest of all is […]

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Germany seeks to be 100% Renewable powered by 2035

Germany has planned to expedite the renewable energy transition and become a net renewable and clean energy country by 2035. This means that Germany is bringing forward the national renewable targets by 15 years. The speedy transition to renewable energy will be shouldered mainly by the solar and wind energy projects. The Economy Ministry of […]

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Goldman Sachs Says ‘Hydrogen Generation’ Can Be A Trillion Dollar Market

Goldman Sachs – major banker and think tank – says that hydrogen has a key role to play in the transition to net-zero carbon emission scenario and that hydrogen production has the potential to create a niche market worth more than $1 trillion every year. In a recent media interaction, Goldman Sachs’ commodity equity business […]

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Tripura Tea Factories to ‘Go Green’; Will be Run on Natural Gas, Not Coal

Tripura Tea Development Corporation (TTDC), in order to cut down cost of manufacturing tea, has made a pioneering attempt of converting its coal-based tea factories into green energy-based facilities. According to senior members of the tea body, two factories belonging to the state-owned corporation are going to function on natural gas from this season set […]

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EU Leaning Towards Controversial Move To Label Gas, Nuclear ‘Green’

The European Union has drawn up plans to label some natural gas and nuclear energy projects as “green” investments after a year-long battle between governments over which investments are truly climate-friendly. The decision is widely blamed on the continent’s high dependence on gas, and a controversial decision by key member countries, especially the UK and […]

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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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Italy’s Ecology Minister: 72% power to come from Renewables in 2030

Italy’s Ecology Transition Minister Roberto Cingolani revealed yesterday that the country will have to produce as much as 72% of its electricity with renewable sources in 2030 so as to fulfil the European emissions-reduction target of 55% set for the same year. While in conversation with the Italian daily la Repubblica, he said, “In 2030, […]

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Energy Efficiency and RE Drove Decade of US Energy Transition: BNEF

The US overhauled how it produces, delivers, and consumes energy over a momentous decade of change, according to a new report. The US overhauled how it produces, delivers, and consumes energy over a momentous decade of change, according to a new report from BloombergNEF (BNEF) and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE). In the […]

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GAIL Seeks Shareowners’ Nod to Make Solar Power Plants

GAIL has sought a nod to play an investor in start-ups and as a developer, in the prolific solar energy market. In order to diversify its portfolio beyond gas and petrochemicals, India’s largest natural gas processing and distribution company, Gas Authority of India (GAIL) has sought its shareholders’ permission to amplify its work profile beyond […]

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