decarbonization

Valmet to supply a hot water plant to Göteborg Energi in...

The new boiler plant will replace two old boilers originally designed for oil and coal but converted to run on wood pellets.

The secret sauce: Five things stopping institutional investors putting more capital...

The Energy Council asked a select group of top tier investment managers and partners for their views on the current investment climate...
Latin america wind

Mexico, Central America and Caribbean hit record wind capacity

Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean saw a record 1830 MW of new wind capacity installed in 2019 – a 126% year-on-year increase in additions.
enel green power

Subsidy cuts could halve profits of Chinese wind OEMs

Revenue for Chinese wind turbine OEMs could be slashed in half because of the government's termination of subsidy cuts, according to energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie.
energy sector recovery

IEA plan calls for $3 trillion investment to aid COVID-19 recovery

The International Energy Agency has unveiled a global COVID-19 recovery plan for the global energy sector which outlines a three-year series of actions designed to revitalise economies, boost employment and make energy systems cleaner and more resilient.
tidal

Tidal energy: Riding a wave of optimism

For years the concept of tidal energy struggled to get off the drawing board, but this has changed thanks to a series of successful demonstration projects and an influx of investment.
Scotland unveils £62m energy transition fund

Scottish government unveils £62m energy transition fund

The Scottish government has announced a £62 million fund to support businesses in the energy, oil, and gas sectors over the next five years, as part of the country's recovery plans from the COVID-19 pandemic.
New dates for Enlit Europe

New dates for Enlit Europe in Milan

Flagship energy event Enlit Europe has been rescheduled to 2021.
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.
Austria net zero

IEA warns where Austria’s ambitious decarbonisation targets may slip

Austria is committed to reaching carbon neutrality a decade earlier than the goal set by the European Union, however, the government will need to step up decarbonisation efforts across all parts of its energy sector, according to the International Energy Agency.

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