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coal energy generation

Uncompetitive coal energy generation fleets decline sharply

The global energy transition from coal energy generation to sustainable renewables sources has reached its financial tipping point - report
US energy transition

Local governments lead the US energy transition says RMI

US local governments have signed 335 deals to procure a total of 8.28GW of renewable energy since 2015, according to the Local Government Renewables Action Tracker.
energy transformation

New alliance targets startups for global decarbonisation and energy reform

RMI and Emerald Technology Ventures to accelerate decarbonisation and the global energy transformation.
stimulus

Four key stimulus programmes to advance the US’ zero carbon economic...

A new study highlights four key stimulus programmes to help the US to recover from COVID-19 while ensuring progress towards a low-carbon future.
rural electrification

Rural electrification to unlock $4 billion in Ethiopia’s economy

Linking agriculture and rural electrification in Ethiopia could help the country to unlock up to $4 billion to its economy.
solar panel weather

RMI, Clinton Foundation report to aid rooftop solar storm resilience

Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) and the Clinton Foundation have released a new report, Solar Under Storm II, focusing on best practices for installing climate-resistant rooftop solar in high-wind regions.
Centrica

10 new microgrids help Puerto Rican schools recover from hurricane devastation

Some ten new renewable energy microgrids have been developed in schools in Puerto Rico to reduce power outages
energy transformation

Most critical areas for energy transformation revealed

Rocky Mountain Institute has published a new report which looks at the most critical areas hindering the energy transformation.
covid-19

China, a fully developed and net-zero economy by 2050

It is technically and economically feasible for China to become a fully developed economy and reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 - report

Mountains are the future of long-term energy storage – IIASA

The International Institute for Applied System Analysis proposes using a combination of mountains and hydropower for long-duration energy storage

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