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smart cities market

Smart grids to top 2020 $124 billion smart cities market

IDC forecasts the global smart cities market to generate $124 billion in revenue in 2020.
sustainability

Utilities top sustainability and gender equality reporting index

The Conference Board has found that companies are increasing disclosure of environmental sustainability and social practices.
Solar coronavirus

Coronavirus will impact global solar supply chain – Wood Mackenzie

It is unclear how soon the travel controls will be lifted. If they remain in place, production from Chinese manufacturers will be reduced.

Webinar 27 Feb: Managing volatility in decarbonising markets with AI

Webinar broadcast | Thursday, 27 February 2020 08h00 New York | 13h00 GMT | 13h00 London |...

ENEL Foundation partners with Nelson Mandela Foundation

The Enel Foundation, together with the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) as host, inaugurated the third edition...
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Drivers of change for US utilities

The challenge being faced by US utilities is to ensure grid data is integrated, ‘clean’ and used to produce value to enhance operations
us Navy

2019’s top ten US clean energy buyers announced, Facebook tops the...

REBA has released its 2019 Deal Tracker which highlights the amount of renewable energy capacity purchased by its members.
WindEurope

WindEurope briefing on EU-UK energy future released

WindEurope has released a briefing on what can be expected in the European and UK wind markets
US Energy storage

Clarion North America Energy announces partnership with US Energy Storage Association

Clarion North America Energy today announced a strategic partnership with the US Energy Storage Association (ESA), the national trade association for companies that develop and deploy the energy storage technologies that are key to modernising the grid.
UK mobility

Boris Johnson to bring fossil-fuel cars ban forward to 2035

UK prime minister Boris Johnson has announced Britain’s acceleration to e-mobility during his opening speech at global UN climate conference COP26, with plans to bring the ban on the sale of all new petrol and diesel vehicles.

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