Global Power & Energy Elites

Global Power & Energy Elites back with industry’s stand-out performers

“Every year we endeavour to highlight leaders and projects that challenge the status quo, are stand-out performers in their field and achieve incredible project milestones,”

Can black holes be a source of energy?

New research identifies a mechanism and conditions for harvesting the free energy stored in spinning black holes.
climate change

How the energy sector is helping private and public sectors achieve...

Climate change is a business-critical issue facing every organisation. For corporate players, addressing this need requires radical reinvention of business models, open collaboration, and sustainability-driven technology choices.

The world commits a record $501.3 billion to decarbonisation in 2020

the world committed a record $501.3 billion to decarbonisation in 2020, beating the previous year by 9% despite the economic disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

New WEF report provides roadmap to net-zero carbon cities

The report, Net-Zero Carbon Cities: An Integrated Approach, outlines the need and benefit derived from an integrated energy approach to manage buildings.

Energy efficiency law passed in Chile

Chile’s first energy efficiency law targets initially a 10% reduction in energy intensity by 2030 compared to 2019.
energy efficiency

COVID-19 slows US energy efficiency sector despite increase in policy adoption

Despite an increase in the number of US states adopting energy efficiency codes/laws or setting ambitious energy-saving targets, COVID-19 has slowed overall market growth in 2020.
British Gas energy efficiency

British Gas unveils smart meter-enabled energy management service

The service has been piloted to over 500 joint Hive and British Gas Energy customers.
energy system integration

Energy disaggregation to empower utilities and their customers

We have all had a hard time due to the Coronavirus (COVID – 19) and we have been working from our...
electricity demand

Global electricity demand continues to decline as COVID-19 effects persist

After experiencing its biggest decline in decades, global electricity demand is expected to only show a modest rebound in 2021.

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