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Cameron’s Japanese visit spells good news for UK renewable sector

Japan has agreed to invest billions of pounds into British infrastructure, including wind power, in a boost for government efforts to attract more foreign investment into big strategic projects.

Strategy aimed at bridging UK energy and utility skills gap

The energy and utilities sector requires 221,000 new recruits by 2027, in order to provide the essential services its customers seek and the infrastructure the UK needs for its economic growth.

Green bonds are driving cost-effective finance to clean energy in India

Green bonds have become a key financial instrument for mobilising cost-effective foreign debt capital into the Indian renewables market.

Israel approves new plant to avoid energy crisis

Israel Electric Corp (IEC) the state-run utility said on Tuesday it would invest $1.3bn in building a new coal-fired power plant after the National Infrastructure Ministry approved the construction plans.

Going beyond the black box

Security failures within critical national infrastructure (CNI), including energy network systems, are unfortunately nothing new.

The future of fast-track power

An urgent need for power around the world is seeing more and more power facilities running on fast-track, flexible diesel- and gas-fired gensets.