UAE to build new 500MW solar plant

The nation’s Federal Electricity and Water Authority has invited expressions of interest for the development of the photovoltaic clean power plant in Umm Al Quwain

GridBeyond named as one of the world-leading technology innovators in advancing global sustainability

Out of thousands of innovators from across the globe, GridBeyond, a leader in intelligent energy technology for industrial, commercial, institutional and utility partners, was named a 2020 Global Cleantech 100 company by Cleantech Group.

Energy Live Expo 2019 – Panel debate podcast discusses sector’s biggest issues

If you couldn’t attend the event or if you would like to relisten to the panel in its entirety, you can stream or download just below

Germany to pay out around €40bn in coal phaseout plan

The country aims to end coal power by 2038 at the latest and will compensate utilities, mines and state governments when it does so

Investment in clean economy ‘up 48% between 2015 and 2018’

That’s according to a new report published by the Office for National Statistics, which outlines a series of estimates relating to the UK’s green economy

India’s national railway system on track to install 1GW of solar power

Indian Railways also plans to install around 200MW of wind power across its lines and stations by 2021/2022

Kwasi Kwarteng podcast: ‘UK has already made strong progress towards net zero’

The Energy Minister noted the UK has already cut carbon dioxide emissions by around 45% since 1990, despite the economy growing by two-thirds over this time

Austria to equip one million homes with solar panels by 2030

The nation’s first Conservative-Green coalition government also committed to reaching net zero by 2040

EU project to improve battery lifecycle and performance launched in Spain

Researchers plan to use neutron diffraction techniques to help produce the next generation of advanced lead batteries

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