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Don’t Repeat Solar Mistakes With Hydrogen, IEA Chief Warns Europe

Europe is at the vanguard of the embryonic hydrogen economy. It’s been in a similiar position before. Europe must not repeat the same mistakes it made with solar manufacturing in the emerging hydrogen sector, the executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned. A string of European research institutes and pioneering companies developed […]

Petroleum Ministry Launches ‘SAKSHAM’ Campaign To Create Awareness On Green & Clean Energy

WoodMac: Energy Sector Faces ‘Darwinian Challenge’ to Tame Climate Change

The world is on course for 2.8 to 3 degrees Celsius of warming as existing infrastructure weighs heavy and COVID-19 slows progress. The world is on course to sail past the recognized “safe” level of 2 degrees Celsius of warming to as much as 3 degrees Celsius, according to the latest Wood Mackenzie Energy Transition […]

Petroleum Ministry Launches ‘SAKSHAM’ Campaign To Create Awareness On Green & Clean Energy

EU’s New 2030 Climate Target Signals Accelerated Renewable Deployment

An increase from 40 percent to 55 percent emissions reduction by 2030 puts the renewables sector on notice for a ramp-up in demand. The EU will increase its 2030 emission reduction target to “at least 55 percent” up from 40 percent, Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, confirmed Wednesday. The change will […]

Scatec ASA receives regulatory approvals related to acquisition of SN Power

A Battery Giant Is Born: Total and Groupe PSA Launch New European Manufacturer

Total and Groupe PSA take the next step in their lithium-ion collaboration, formally launching the Automotive Cells Company. Oil major Total and carmaker Groupe PSA have taken the next step in their lithium-ion battery manufacturing collaboration with the launch of a new joint venture company and the first management appointments. The Automotive Cells Company (ACC) […]

A framework for a comprehensive energy storage policy in India

Europe’s Green Hydrogen Revolution Is Turning Blue

With the EU on the cusp of announcing its long-term hydrogen strategy, a huge question remains: Should blue hydrogen be excluded? Green hydrogen may get all the headlines, but the prospect of it fueling Europe’s future hydrogen economy on its own looks increasingly questionable. Blue hydrogen is produced from natural gas, with carbon capture and […]

A framework for a comprehensive energy storage policy in India

Coal reaching ‘tipping point’ vs renewables: analysis

The authors estimate that a third of the global coal fleet is already more costly to run than it is to build new renewable power solutions, including battery storage Paris: Renewable energy such as wind and solar projects are already cheaper to build than it is to continue operating 40 percent of the world’s existing […]

Petroleum Ministry Launches ‘SAKSHAM’ Campaign To Create Awareness On Green & Clean Energy

Energy dispute deepens between Mexico and foreign allies EU and Canada

In letters that were leaked to Mexican media on Friday, the same day they were sent, the foreign powers said the rules threatened foreign investment in the energy sector. Diplomatic sources confirmed the letters were genuine on Saturday. MEXICO CITY: The European Union and Canada have formally raised concerns to Mexico about rules they say […]

Petroleum Ministry Launches ‘SAKSHAM’ Campaign To Create Awareness On Green & Clean Energy

European politicians, CEOs, lawmakers urge green coronavirus recovery

As some EU countries move to ease the restrictions starting this week, the bloc is divided on how to finance economic recovery, with the ailing south advocating issuing joint debt against the opposition of the fiscally conservative north European politicians, CEOs, lawmakers and activists called on Tuesday for green investment to restart growth after the […]

Scatec ASA receives regulatory approvals related to acquisition of SN Power

How Europe’s Energy Islands Could Internationalize Offshore Wind Planning

European grid operators want to combine 10-gigawatt offshore turbine clusters, interconnectors and hydrogen. It no longer looks like a pipe dream. Proposals for Europe’s offshore energy islands are gaining momentum, with regulatory issues rather than technology now looking like the largest barrier. If massive offshore wind hubs are going to be built at scale, Europe […]

Petroleum Ministry Launches ‘SAKSHAM’ Campaign To Create Awareness On Green & Clean Energy

Europe’s Energy Giants Line Up to Endorse Green Deal

The power sector sees huge opportunity, while the proposed “carbon border” raises questions for EU oil and gas imports. The European Union’s newly proposed Green Deal raises “significant questions” for the oil and gas industry, analysts said, but the plan was broadly welcomed by companies across the energy sector. On Wednesday the European Commission presented […]

Scatec ASA receives regulatory approvals related to acquisition of SN Power