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The Covid-19 pandemic is the “biggest shock to the global energy system in more than seven decades” according to a new report from the International Energy Agency.
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Doosan Škoda will supply two 50 MW industrial steam turbines for Volkswagen’s automotive factory in Wolfsburg, Germany.
An emergency relief fund to provide healthcare organisations on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic in Sub-Saharan Africa with reliable power has been awarded to a solar home system provider, Lumos.
On April 25th the Ichigo Kasaoka Osakaike ECO Power Plant began operation as a floating power plant on an agricultural reservoir in Okayama Prefecture,
JUMEME, a mini-grid operator in Tanzania co-funded by the European Commission, has launched a “COVID-19 Relief Program” to support the Tanzanian government...
GlobalData explores the negative and positive impact of COVID-19 on the energy sector in India, Spain, Brazil, Greece and globally.
Why should utilities take note? Three words: Distributed Energy Resources.
Wood Mackenzie predicts the ongoing COVID-19 crisis could negatively impact on US utility-scale solar projects even into 2021.