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Siemens Energy and Mitsubishi Electric have signed a MoU to develop high-voltage switching solutions that substitute greenhouse gases with clean air for insulation.
A group of eight European transmission system operators (TSOs) are to develop a joint plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) enabled use cases for climate action have the potential to help organisations fulfil up to 45% of their Economic Emission Intensity (EEI) targets of the Paris Agreement.
Smart energy use has helped just 33 companies avoid one billion metric tons of CO2 equivalent, the Climate Group and Alliance to Save Energy report.
31 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions were reduced globally in the last nine years as a result of clean energy electrification by UK International Climate Finance (ICF), delivering 200MW of clean energy capacity to 33 million people across the globe.
The World Bank member, IFC, has launched a report on recommendations and results for policies to encourage green building construction.
Southern Company the US' second-largest utility, has announced a long-term greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction goal of net-zero emissions by 2050 during its recent annual meeting.
Uniper and Siemens Gas and Power have announced a sector coupling agreement which puts hydrogen at the heart of efforts to decarbonise power generation.
The Netherlands-based owners of multinational retailer IKEA, the Ingka Group, has acquired a 49% share in two US solar photovoltaic (PV) projects with a combined capacity of 403MW, bolstering the company’s transition to renewable energy.
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