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Samsung Electronics Announces New Environmental Strategy – EQ Mag Pro

To achieve net zero emissions by 2050; Joins RE100 initiative Energy- and resource-efficient products to empower consumers for sustainable living To invest in and develop innovative technologies for a better planet; Apply carbon capture and clean air technology Samsung Electronics today announced its new environmental strategy, a comprehensive effort to join global efforts to tackle […]

Australia’s huge new nickel mine will host the world’s biggest renewable micro-grid – EQ Mag Pro

The massive $1.7 billion West Musgrave nickel and copper project – given the green light by Australian mining company Oz Minerals late last week – will be a groundbreaking project for the sheer scale and influence of the renewable energy resources it proposes to harness. Oz Minerals aims to reach 100 per cent renewable power […]

Harmony Given The Green Light For Developing New Zealand’s Largest Solar Farm – EQ Mag Pro

Yorkshire-based Harmony Energy has been given the green light to develop New Zealand’s largest solar farm in Waikato, which will generate enough electricity to power 30,000 homes. The country’s Environmental Protection Authority has approved Harmony’s proposal for the 147 megawatt solar farm to be installed on 182 hectares of a 260-hectare site at Te Aroha […]

South Australia’s First Solar-powered Crypto Mining Centre Kicks Off at Whyalla – EQ Mag Pro

“This is important for decarbonising blockchain, which is a very energy-intensive industry,” said South Australian Minister Nick Champion. South Australia has launched its first solar-powered crypto mining centre at the ‘Steel City’ of Whyalla in South Australia, advancing Australia’s move towards a greener imprint on the blockchain Operated by the Lumos Digital Mining company, the […]

Sri Lanka To Seek Indian Or Chinese Credit Line For Solar Panel Imports: Energy Minister Kanchana Wijesekara – EQ Mag Pro

In August, Sri Lanka hiked the electricity tariff by an average of 75 per cent, after nine years Sri Lanka intends to seek an Indian or Chinese credit line for the purchase of solar panels as a solution to mitigate the high cost of electricity tariffs, Power and Energy Minister Kanchana Wijesekara said on Tuesday […]

To Build or Not to Build: Keeping Pakistan’s Hydropower Reliance in Check – EQ Mag Pro

Without taking into account the realities and risks during implementation, an over-reliance on hydropower could lead to a vulnerable energy system in Pakistan. Projects that are yet to achieve their financial closure or begin construction should be put on hold. Recommendations include installing floating solar on existing reservoirs and canals, incentivizing private rooftop solar solutions, […]