dewa

DEWA sets a new world record in grid performance

DEWA has set a new world record in regard to the performance of the grid network.
UK decarbonisation

UK energy sector has “fastest rate of decarbonisation in the world”

The levels of carbon emissions generated from power consumption in the UK fell by almost two-thirds in the last decade – the fastest rate of decarbonisation in the world
Thermostat

75% of US couples fight over the thermostat

These and more insights were gathered from a group of 2,000 Americans living in domestic relationships in the "Thermostat Wars" report.
circuit breaker

World’s first greenhouse gas-free circuit breaker gets EU support

The EU Commission has provided GE Renewable Energy with €2.2 million in funding to develop a SF6-free, 420KV gas-insulated substation circuit-breaker.
Mozambique, climate change

GE, China, persisting in ill-advised African coal power proposals – IEEFA

IEEFA attacks GE and CMEC's partnership on a proposed new coal-fired plant in Mozambique
Clean energy

IEA announces “grand coalition” to bridge energy and climate goals

Ministers and high-level representatives from COP host countries met at the International Energy Agency to review ways the energy sector can meet climate and other sustainability goals.
Startup award

Start Up Energy Transition Tech Festival announces 2020 finalists

Start-ups from eleven countries will present their business models for energy transition and climate protection at the Start-Up Energy Transition Tech Festival taking place on the 24th of March in Berlin
virginia

Dominion and Facebook expand partnership on renewables in Virginia

Dominion Energy has expanded its partnership with Facebook to increase renewable energy generation in Virginia.
industrial electrification

Electrification can slash transport, building & industry EU emissions by 60%

Electrification of the transport, buildings and industrial sectors in Europe could slash greenhouse-gas emissions by 60% between 2020 and 2050, says BNEF.
global energy storage

America, Europe & Asia-Pacific powered 74% of distributed energy storage

A new report from Navigant Research says the mostly first-world nations on these continents were behind the growth of the distributed energy storage industry, but this was aided by government support early on.

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