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Rolls-Royce takes majority holding in power storage specialist Qinous

•       The Berlin company is to become the competence center for microgridsolutions within the group's Power Systems division •       Merger creates broad range of more ...

January 14, 2020 (0) comments

Solar finance race is on in decade of action!

The private financiers at New York and other global hubs are increasingly investing in solar projects but overall funding volumes have not returned to 2014 and 2015 highs, according to Mercom (Image credit: Sam Valadi / Flickr) Solar finance has ente more ...

January 14, 2020 (0) comments

Limiting climate change by switching to hydropower

Human activities currently consume close to 150,000 terawatt-hours of energy each year – 25 times more than in 1800. Today’s energy supplies are largely derived from fossil fuels, which have been proved to contribute significantly to climate change. more ...

January 14, 2020 (0) comments

Enel Green Power reach renewable energy milestone

Enel Green Power set a new record in 2019 within the renewable energy industry by building more than 3GW of capacity. Enel built around 190MW more renewable energy capacity in 2019 than in 2018, a 6.5% increase. The milestone makes Enel the largest p more ...

January 14, 2020 (0) comments

China can boost ASEAN’s Smart City Dreams

China has a lot to offer the ambitious Asean Smart City Network project and has pledged to share its experience and technologyBut the rise of anti-China sentiment in Asean over South China Sea tensions and unpopular Mekong dam projects may hinder coo more ...

January 14, 2020 (0) comments

GE T&D India appoint Pitamber Shivnani as CEO

GE Group company GE T&D India on Wednesday said it has appointed Pitamber Shivnani as CEO and president of the company''s grid business in South Asia with immediate effect. He replaced Sunil Wadhwa, who left the company to pursue opportunities ou more ...

January 16, 2020 (0) comments

Human Waste & Energy?

Several large multinational companies, including Kimberly Clark, Unilever and Lixil, recently gathered in India with the World Bank, various NGOs and government officials to meet with sanitation entrepreneurs, or sanipreneurs, to address the worldwid more ...

December 16, 2019 (0) comments


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