A new report by the High-Level Commission on Carbon Pricing and Competitiveness calls on industry peers and governments to adopt strong carbon pricing policies.
The Hiroshima city government in Japan has announced plans to refurbish the combustion facilities at a waste to energy plant for municipal solid waste.
As organisations become more aware of their need to tackle energy management, they are increasingly choosing renewables over the traditional energy grid as part of their strategy.
According to the Centre for Alternative Technology, Britain is capable of generating 100 per cent of its energy supply from clean sources or carbon neutral back-ups. In an environment increasingly reliant on renewables, how can energy managers can adopt new technologies to better manage and monitor these volatile generation sites?
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has green-lit €4 billion in financing for clean energy generation, green transport and clean water projects in 18 countries.