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China pledges to stop funding overseas coal projects

Chinese President Xi Jinping announced during the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday that his country would no longer fund new coal-fired power projects abroad.

Lightsource bp secures funds for ambitious 25GW solar strategy

Lightsource bp has secured a new $1.8 billion revolving credit facility and trade finance facility that will be used to develop 25GW of solar by 2025.

EU looks to accelerate ratification of Paris Agreement

The European Commission presented on Friday a proposal for the European Union to ratify the Paris Agreement, the world's first universal, legally binding deal to tackle climate change.

PEI Connect: Is Europe facing an energy crisis?

High gas prices and low renewable energy yield and could prove challenging for Europe, as the region heads for chilly winter months.

Trump confirms US withdrawal from “terrible” Paris Agreement

The US president announced the departure of the US from the Paris Agreement whilst addressing an energy conference in Pittsburgh. He described the agreement...

Offshore wind market is growing exponentially says GWEC

New installed capacity of offshore wind reached 6.1GW in 2020, 14 times higher than 10 years ago says the Global Wind Energy Council in its latest report

Grupo Cocal secures funding for Sao Paulo biogas project

Brazilian electricity provider Grupo Cocal has secured funding from international financial institutions to implement its biogas electricity production project in Sao Paulo.

Electrification won’t hit net-zero and pandemic is ‘missed opportunity’ says DNV

In its latest Energy Transition Outlook, DNV reports the most likely outlook is global warming exceeding 2°C by 2100.

US exits Paris climate agreement

US President Donald Trump announced on Thursday that the country will withdraw from the Paris climate change agreement. 

China to lead small modular reactor market by 2050 – report

China will hold a lion's share of the global pipeline for new builds small nuclear reactors by 2050, states a new study by Wood Mackenzie