National Grid ESO embraces AI for accurate solar generation forecasts

The project is forecast to bring savings in balancing costs and carbon dioxide emissions

New $21.9m fund approved for geothermal energy exploration in Saint Lucia

The project will support exploratory drilling, capacity building, technical assistance and market engagement as well as prepare women for employment for technical jobs within the energy sector

Teesside to become home to the ‘UK’s first’ net zero power plant

The natural gas plant at Wilton International in Teesside will capture and store all its emissions under the North Sea

Grid will say bye to coal in 2024!

From 1st October 2024, the UK will no longer use coal to generate electricity

IEA warns 2021 will see the second largest rise in global energy-related emissions ever

Driven by coal use for electricity generation, carbon dioxide emissions are projected to rise by 1.5 billion tonnes

New partnership to boost building capabilities on nuclear energy technologies

The partnership between the World Nuclear Association and the ASEAN Centre for Energy also aims to enhance human resource capabilities in the area of nuclear science and technology and improve public engagement

Chevron invests in Swedish geothermal firm

The investment in Baseload Capital underpins the oil and gas giant’s ambition to expand its clean energy offering

IEA forecasts 2.6% rise in global coal demand in 2021

Global coal consumption is estimated to have fallen by 7%, or more than 500 million tonnes, between 2018 and 2020, according to IEA’s report

China would ‘need $5 trillion of investments’ to be carbon-neutral by 2060

The country’s solar, wind and storage capacities will have to increase 11 times by 2050 compared to 2020 levels, according to a new report

General Electric announces plans to stop building new coal plants

The US conglomerate said the exit from the new build coal power market may involve divestitures, site closings and job cuts