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Enlit Asia

New dates announced for Enlit Asia

ENlit Asia has announced new dates for the upcoming event, now et to run from 23-25 March 20201, following daily monitoring of the potential health risks associated with the global Covid-19 pandemic, and strict government regulations prohibiting both travel, and the congregation of large gatherings.

Data proves vital to unlocking renewables investment

Central to permanently establishing renewables as the investment of choice post-pandemic will be performance validation, as investors seek new clarity on selecting assets likely to generate the best returns.
Landmark hydrogen power project in construction sector

Landmark hydrogen power project for Spain’s construction sector

A hydrogen-powered energy system is to be installed on a construction site in Spain in a project that may prove a milestone for cleaning up emissions in the building sector and also boosting Spain’s post-coronavirus economic recovery.
Utility pandemic

Engineers highlight COVID-19 utility challenges

The COVID-19 pandemic shows how “more than ever, the reliable, resilient and cost-effective delivery of electrical energy is critical for our society”.
GE completes Italy gas turbine upgrade despite COVID19

GE completes Italy gas turbine upgrade despite COVID19

GE has revealed how it managed to complete an upgrade on an gas turbine at an Italian power plant during the peak of Italy’s COVID-19 pandemic.
uzbekistan

Enel recovers from C-19 crisis with three new energy farms

Enel Green Power has announced what it calls is huge measure in accelerating the company’s recovery from the global crisis caused by COVID-19.

Virtual AUW highlights: Revenue management best practices

The session explored revenue collection capabilities, as well as efficient and equitable use of available cash resources in the post COVID-19 landscape.

Virtual AUW highlights: The water sector has delivered

The live webinar focused on “WASH as first line of defense against COVID-19: unpacking the African water sector response” formed part of the first ever Virtual African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa that took place from 11-15 May.
solar projects

Covid-19 hurts but won’t halt growth in renewable power capacity

After a dip this year, new renewable power capacity additions are expected to rebound in 2021, but policy certainty is critical to ensure investor confidence.
Brazilian solar

A weak economy and COVID-19 affects Brazilian solar PV sector

Increasing import costs, fall in energy usage and indefinitely postponed auctions are likely to impact the momentum of the Brazillian solar PV sector.

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