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India’s Adani Green acquires 5GW renewables portfolio from SB Energy

Solar developer, Adani Green Energy Ltd, has successfully completed the acquisition of SB Energy Holdings Ltd, India.

New partnership targets renewables rollout in India, Africa and Middle East

New partnership to bring low-cost, renewable energy to the mining, agriculture, and industrial sectors across India, Africa, and the Middle East.

India’s Tata Power awarded 330MW solar project in Madhya Pradesh

TP Saurya Limited, a subsidiary of Tata Power, has been awarded the contract to build 330MW of solar power in the Neemuch Solar Park, India.

Three ways India can ensure optimal land use for renewables

India needs to ensure smart and judicious planning of land use for renewable energy projects to meet its 2050 energy decarbonisation goals.

South Africa’s Eskom overtakes US, EU and China as planet’s largest emitter

Eskom is now the world's most polluting company, according to a new study released by the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA).

How to wean Asia off coal-fired power

Journalist and one–time Bernie Sanders speechwriter David Sirota once said of Barack Obama that he campaigned in climate poetry then governed in fossil fuel prose.

Empowering the global citizen

For me, the just transition is a unique opportunity to engage governments, businesses, third sector organisations and consumers in the most significant reformulation of modern-day society.

NTPC commissions its largest floating solar project in India

NTPC has commissioned its largest floating solar PV project on the reservoir of its Simhadri thermal power station in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.

A safer bet in future electrical distribution

Ronald van Leeuwen, Global Product Manager for NeoGear, for ABB Distribution Solutions advises on how the latest generation of switchgear can help achieve electrical safety.

Coal in Asia ‘won’t disappear any time soon’

Asia's response to growing concerns about emissions and pressure from external stakeholders, despite relying heavily on coal.