The latest news, project announcements, reports, policy, legislation concerning electricity generation across global power and energy sectors, focusing on renewable energy news, fossil fuel, natural gas, hydrogen, clean energy, nuclear power and energy storage. This news will include digitalisation projects and smart grid developments in the power generation space.


Visa commits to environmental sustainability with $500 million green bond

Visa has expanded its commitment to sustainability by issuing a $500 million green bond.

EIT InnoEnergy saves start-ups with €7.3m COVID-19 response initiative

EIT InnoEnergy has mobilized €7.3 million in additional funding from the European Institute of Innovation & Technology to support energy innovators through COVID-19.

RWE joins newly launched European Clean Hydrogen Alliance

RWE has joined the newly launched European Clean Hydrogen Alliance.
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ADB backs Maldives’ $151.13 million waste-to-energy project

The ADB is helping the government of Maldives to develop a $151.13 million waste-to-energy plant.
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MHPS maintains leadership in global heavy-duty gas turbines market

MHPS continues to lead the power generation industry in global market share year-to-date for heavy duty gas turbines (100MW and above).
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UK: National Infrastructure Commission calls for 65% renewables by 2030

New research carried out for the UK's National Infrastructure Commission shows that Britain should aim for renewables to meet two-thirds of electricity needs by 2030.
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New report outlines key focus areas for a clean energy future

A new report by DNV GL presents four key focus areas, renewable solutions, strategies and policies for a clean energy future.

Mauritius: Ecology on a slippery slope after oil spill

Intolerance for fossil fuels has grown after the 300-meter long vessel, en route to Brazil from China, started leaking destructive diesel oil.

Study reveals lobsters are untroubled by offshore wind farms

Results from a survey have recently been published suggesting that wind farm construction and operation has no significant negative impact on the ecology of European lobsters.

Jacobs deploys new technology to spot radioactive contamination

Jacobs is deploying a new type of Raman spectroscopy technology, which makes it safer and cheaper to spot radioactive contamination.

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