NYSERDA launches phase 2 of home energy ratings pilot

NYSERDA has launched the second phase of its multi-year Home Energy Rating Pilot (Pilot) initially launched in February.
Egypt renewables

Elsewedy Electric, EDF Renewables’ new solar plants in full operation

Elsewedy Electric, in a joint venture with EDF Renewables, has brought its two new solar plants under development in the country into full operation.
UK blackout

UK’s Ofgem to investigate Ørsted, RWE, and DNO’s role in blackout

Ørsted, RWE, and 12 distribution network operators in England and Wales are to be investigated alongside the UK’s National Grid Transmission and Electricity System Operator (ESO) regarding the 9 August blackout.
zero-emission vehicles

New digital campaign to intensify $2 billion zero-emission vehicles initiative

Electrify America has launched a new brand-neutral digital marketing campaign to increase consumer awareness and adoption of zero-emission vehicles.
South Africa renewables

UK Climate Investments funds £14 million in clean energy for South...

The UK will invest £14 million into clean energy projects across South Africa.

Annual revenue for water and gas communications to hit $2.7 billion

The market for communications nodes and associated infrastructure for water and gas utility networks to reach $2.7 billion in 2024.
energy generation

UL to verify renewable generation in Mexico

CENACE has selected UL to provide wind and solar energy generation forecasts services.
critical infrastructure

Energy remains vulnerable in $135 billion critical infrastructure security market

The global cyber security spend in critical infrastructure is expected to reach $135 billion in 2024
record low price

China’s Goldwind, Canada’s Potentia claim “world-record” wind price

Chinese wind turbine manufacturer Goldwind has secured it’s first order in Canada at what it claims is a “world-record low price for long-term wind energy contracts.”
renewable energy USA

Renewable capacity in the US set to double by 2030 –...

Installed renewable energy capacity in the US is set to increase to 443GW by 2030, double the current capacity, according to a new study by research firm Global Data.

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