Siemens builds Germany’s largest ‘power outlet’ for ships for Port of...

The Port of Kiel commissioned Siemens to build Germany’s largest shore power system to date. With a power of 16 MVA, the Siharbor solution...

German energy leaders seek federal support for low carbon transition

A leading German energy association and regional energy minister both called for increased German federal support in meeting the country’s decarbonisation goals. Speaking at the...

Global carbon dioxide emissions flatlined in 2019, defying expectations

Despite widespread expectations of another increase, global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions stopped growing in 2019, according to the latest IEA data. After two years of growth,...

Scotland to boost net-zero transition with £1.8bn budget allocation

Investing in Scotland’s contribution to climate change is at the heart of the Scottish Government’s tax and spending plans for the year ahead according to the...
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EIB commits $1bn to renewable projects across Europe

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has approved new investments across Europe and around the world to improve clean energy
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Ghana welcomes first grid-connected solar in Upper West Region

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has on 4th February cut the sod for the construction of two solar power plants in Kaleo and Lawra, under the 17 MW peak...
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Industry viewpoint: Davos and the energy sector’s role in the climate...

In 2019, Greta Thunberg was a relative unknown when she spoke at Davos. A year later she has global recognition and has become a...

Why UK ‘must adopt a renewables and nuclear strategy’ ahead of...

A former advisor to five UK Secretaries of State for Energy has said that the energy sector and government must act now to maximize...

Eurelectric demands energy clarity as Brexit day arrives

The UK will leave the EU at 11pm today. After months of uncertainty over when – or even if – it would leave, the...

Statkraft and Enovos to deliver CO2-free electricity to Germany’s Daimler

For the first time, a long-term, 100 percent green power supply on an industrial scale has been made possible in Germany. This is thanks...

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