United Nations COP26 Climate Change Conference Deferred to 2021 Over COVID-19 Concerns

"In light of the ongoing, worldwide effects of COVID-19, holding an ambitious, inclusive COP26 in November 2020 is no longer possible," the government said in a statement, adding that dates for a rescheduled conference in 2021 would be announced later

Business | 02/04/2020 | By Moulin

Variable Renewable Energy Technologies to Back 60 Percent in Power Generation by 2050: IRENA

However, the system value of storage is often poorly accounted for in electricity markets, resulting in the sub-optimal deployment of electricity storage. Based on a recent analysis by IRENA, the share of renewables in global power generation is expected to grow from 25 percent today to 86 percent in 2050

Business | 02/04/2020 | By Moulin

GCL System Integration Plans World’s Largest PV Module Factory Worth 60 GW in China

The project will be developed in four phases, with the first 15 GW stage to be launched this year, the company said. It will build the other phases by the end of 2023, depending on sales and production capacity

Renewable energy / Solar PV | 30/03/2020 | By Moulin

Coronavirus Pandemic Will Drive Responsible (ESG) Investing ‘Skywards’: deVere Group

The prediction from the boss of deVere Group, which has more than $12bn under advisement, comes as Bloomberg analysis reveals that the average Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) fund fell by half the decrease registered by the S&P 500 Index over the same period during the Covid-19 crisis

Business | 27/03/2020 | By Moulin

India’s Renewable Energy Generation Capacity Has Developed 72 Percent in 6 Years: Power Min

He also further that the foreign direct investments of $6.1 billion sailed into the Indian clean energy sector comprising solar, wind, biomass, large hydro and nuclear in the five-year period 2014-19

Policies & Regulations | 25/03/2020 | By Moulin

Solar optimism in the MENA region

Today took place in Riyadh the \"PV Briefing & Networking Forum\".

Business | 20/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

DESERTEC Foundation endorses DESERTEC Power for Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

DESERTEC Power addresses the in-kingdom needs for both renewable energy and desalinated water production.

Business | 20/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

Siemens to supply compression solutions for LNG plant in Malaysia

Major milestone for Siemens and the LNG industry.

Business | 20/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

Electric wheelchairs with Kyoceras' solar modules

Swiss Solar Prize Awarded to ‘Quimby Huus’ Solar Power Project.

Renewable energy / Solar PV | 20/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

BP and RIL to invest $5 billion in KG D6 Block Enhancement Plan

Gas from these projects will deliver energy to millions of Indians.

Conventional energy / Exploration | 19/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

Siemens and Shanghai Electric completed wind project in China

It is the first project jointly delivered by the two companies.

Renewable energy / Wind Power | 19/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

Alstom Grid India won first FSC contract from PGCIL

The project is scheduled for commissioning in 2014.

Smart Grid / T&D | 19/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

Marcus Wiemann is ARE's new Secretary General

“Marcus is a highly qualified and accomplished professional in the fields of energy, international policy and business development.\"

Other Energy Applications / Rural Electrification | 18/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

Control & Switchgear HIMOINSA supplied more than 1000 gensets for Indian building projects

CS HIMOINSA was established in 2006 achieving a swift acceptance in the Indian market.

Other Energy Applications / Sustainable Building | 18/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

Maetel joins hands with InSolare to offer Solar EPC services in India

Energetica India was the consultant to the deal.

Renewable energy / Solar PV | 15/02/2013 | By Gisela Bühl

 
 
 
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