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Shift To Renewable Is Slow And Unable to Stop Power Cuts In US

Electric grid operators across the USA are warning of looming blackouts as companies shift to renewable energy. MISO CEO John Beer has been quoted by a section of media as saying on May 8, “As we go forward, we need to know that when you put in a solar panel or a wind turbine, it’s […]

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GE Renewable buys stake in 3D Printing Firm COBOD International

GE Renewable Energy has said that it has done a minority investment in COBOD International, the company providing the 3D printer used at the Bergen research facility and has helped the development of renewable energy in various countries. Officials from both companies said the investment will build on an existing relationship with COBOD International first […]

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50% of Power In Spain Comes From Renewables In April

Span’s national grid operator Red Electrica de Espana has informed in its estimates report that Spain had produced a little over half of its electricity from renewable sources of energy last month. It said that in April the Spanish power coming from clean sources was 50.1 per cent. It has higher than what was produced […]

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Renewable Energy Supply Increases By 15.5 GW: CEEW-CEF

New capacity addition of non-hydro renewable energy increased to 15.5 GW during FY22, according to the latest edition of the CEEW Centre for Energy Finance (CEEW-CEF) market handbook on May 6. Compared to 7.7 GW installed in the previous FY, it is quite an improvement. However, it is a poor consolation given India has the […]

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Denmark to build energy islands for greater supply of renewable energy

Denmark is mulling to build two energy islands that can supply renewable energy produced offshore sources to the domestic market of Denmark and other countries of Europe. Minister of Climate, Energy, and Utilities of Denmark, Dan Jorgensen has recently said that Denmark and the rest of Europe must get rid of Russian fossil and for […]

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Odisha Continues To Take Small Steps Towards Renewables, Adds Solar Panels in schools

The Odisha Government is making strides in the realm of solar power development that is bringing multidimensional changes in the everyday life of the people. In a fresh instance, the Chief Secretary of the state, SC Mohapatra, has unveiled a solar power system in a government high school in Ganjam district’s Narayanpatna area. There would […]

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New York State Passes Law that Bans Crypto Mining Based On Non Renewable Energy

The New York State Assembly has passed a legislation that outlaws crypto currency mining that employs non-renewable energy sources. Democrat Anna Kelles sponsored the assembly bill A7389C. An assembly committee had voted on Monday to advance the bill to a full vote of the state assembly. The new law will impose a two-year moratorium on […]

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Dewa to spend $11 billion on Renewable Energy in Dubai

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has announced that it will be investing $11 billion or Dh40 billion as capital expenditure over a period of next five years from now to enhance the utility’s renewable energy portfolio. Dewa has issued an official statement that confirms the media reports about the anticipated RE investments by […]

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Major Japan railway now powered only by renewable energy

Shibuya in Tokyo, Japan, is famed for its Scramble Crossing, where crowds of people crisscross the intersection in a scene symbolizing urban Japan’s congestion and anonymity. It may have added another boasting right. Tokyu Railways’ trains running through Shibuya and other stations were switched to power generated only by solar and other renewable sources starting […]

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