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26 03 2020 | 09:13

Mutriku Wave Energy Plant hits new output milestone, generating 2 GWh.

The Mutriku Wave Energy Plant has reached a new output milestone, having generated an accumulated figure of 2,000,000 kWh — a feat never before achieved by any wave power facility. The Mutriku Wave…

20 03 2020 | 07:48

Wind Generation Exceeds Hydroelectric in 2019: Stocks in Focus.

Per a latest report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), annual electricity generation from wind energy in the nation exceeded hydroelectric generation for the first time in 2019.…

20 03 2020 | 07:03

FG launches $200m renewable energy project ‘to light up 500,000 households’.

The federal government has launched the $200 million Nigeria Electrification Project (NEP) to provide off-grid energy to over 500,000 people across 105,000 households in rural communities across the…

16 03 2020 | 16:20

The elephant in the room: Can the solar industry go circular?

To avert an impending waste crisis, the industry must look at ways to extend the useful life of solar power systems and maximise what can be reused and recycled. Laws and knowledge sharing are…

12 03 2020 | 07:50

Waste in the Renewable Energy Industry and How We Can Sustainably Power Our World.

When it comes to the life cycle of renewable energy, there is an increasing concern for how to handle the disposal of waste. Renewable energy, such as solar, wind and hydroelectric, while cleaner…

12 03 2020 | 07:31

More solar power deals pop up in Latin America.

Big clean energy supply contracts have been announced in Brazil, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.

12 03 2020 | 07:31

Who pays for grid upgrades when big solar developers force out the little guy?

In short: In some rural places, large solar developers build as much solar as they can without incurring costs to upgrade the feeder lines that carry electricity to the rest of the grid. This leaves…

10 03 2020 | 09:01

The Energy 202: Three charts that explain what coronavirus is doing to climate emissions.

The quickly spreading coronavirus has closed schools, constricted travel, shaken markets and infected more than 100,000 people. It is also already having impact on the environment: The buildup of…

08 03 2020 | 10:56

Spain’s Other Solar Boom: Distributed Systems for Self-Consumption.

Hotels, farms and schools across Spain are putting up solar systems at an unprecedented clip to save money. Regulatory changes have not only helped Spain reemerge as Europe’s biggest market for…

08 03 2020 | 10:03

Germany hits record 61 per cent renewables for month of February.

Renewable energy sources provided a record 61.2% of Germany’s net public electricity generation in February, according to figures provided by the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE),…

08 03 2020 | 09:57

Dirty streaming: The internet's big secret.

With the launch of streaming services from Disney and Apple, the rollout of 5G and the growth in cryptocurrencies, experts are warning about the impact this huge rise in data use could have on the…

05 03 2020 | 06:25

Australia's carbon emissions fall just 0.3% as industrial pollution surges.

Emissions from electricity generation and agriculture decline, but tiny overall decline shows shortcomings of Coalition policy Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions have dipped slightly on the back…

04 03 2020 | 17:06

The Real Reason The Middle East Is Pivoting Towards Renewables.

The oil-rich Middle East is boosting investments in renewable energy generation at home and abroad.   Watch the video here. Just a few years ago, this notion would have raised a few eyebrows. But…

01 03 2020 | 11:32

Outdoor cafe warmers spark heated debate in Paris.

Outdoor heaters: Paris campaigners want them banned A campaign is underway in Paris to ban heaters due to concerns about their electricity use. Since the smoking ban, there has been a mass move to…

01 03 2020 | 10:02

Togo banks on solar power.

Watch the video Here . Not so long ago in the village of Tababou, 600 kilometres off Lome, Togo’s capital, Ousmane Kantcho had to travel miles and miles outside the village in order to charge his…

01 03 2020 | 09:35

East Africa: Clean Energy - Region Looks to Kenya for Expertise in Renewable Sources.

Kenya's expertise in developing geothermal energy has become a point of reference in the region, leading to Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda, Djibouti, South Sudan, and Comoros visiting for benchmarking.…

27 02 2020 | 07:31

Could the Sahara turn Africa into a solar superpower?

If all the sunshine hitting the Sahara was converted into energy, enough electricity would be produced to power Europe 7,000 times over. But solar panels reflect less heat back into space compared…

27 02 2020 | 07:07

How lake gases are powering homes in Rwanda.

Lake Kivu in Rwanda contains 300 billion cubic metres of carbon dioxide and 60 billion cubic metres of methane. The gases are now being removed from the lake through the KivaWatt project with the…

27 02 2020 | 07:03

The economic cost of South Africa's rolling blackouts.

Electricity blackouts in South Africa not only leave millions in the dark, they cost companies millions of dollars in lost business. Electricity blackouts in South Africa not only leave millions in…

24 02 2020 | 05:41

Report: Energy Impact Partners Environmental Metrics 2018.

Energy Impact Partners are proud to present our first ever 2018 portfolio-wide carbon and water inventories, revealing the positive environmental impacts of EIP’s investments. EIP recognizes that…