Tag: energy transition

Two Years of REPowerEU: Strengthening Europe’s Energy Resilience

In May 2022, the European Commission launched the REPowerEU Plan in response to war in Ukraine and its use of energy resources as an economic weapon. The Plan’s main objectives were to...

Support for the Implementation of Innovative Solutions for a Smooth Green Transition

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has a unique financing programme designed by the organization’s key development team. The financing programme is related to Public Calls in the form of challenges for...

Major Global Utilities Announce Joint Intent to Scale Renewable Capacity by 2.5 times to 2030

The Utilities for Net Zero Alliance (UNEZA) adopted the UNEZA Roadmap to 2030, which targets a total increase of renewable energy capacity within their portfolios to 749GW by 2030*, an increase of...

Producing Hydrogen from Iron-Rich Rocks without Emitting Carbon Dioxide?

Hydrogen is often said to be the fuel of the future because its combustion does not emit carbon dioxide. However, for now, most hydrogen gas is still produced from natural gas, which...

Conference Green Energy Transition

In cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia, the Belgian-Serbian Business Association, Hellenic Business Association of Serbia, Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the Croatian Business Club, invite you to...

Old Mines Can Be Used for Energy Storage

In addition to renewable energy production facilities being built left and right, the energy transition we are striving for also requires the construction of energy storage facilities since the efficiency of renewable...

K2 WALLPV – THE SYSTEM SOLUTION FOR SOLAR PROJECTS ON BUILDING FACADES

The new mounting systems from K2 add another dimension to the areas that can be used to generate energy. This is because they allow systematic and therefore fast PV installation on facades. Most...

Record Growth in Renewables, but Progress Needs to be Equitable

Renewable Capacity Statistics 2024 released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) today shows that 2023 set a new record in renewables deployment in the power sector by reaching a total capacity...

FRANCE REDEFINES GREEN INDUSTRY WITH LAW AND CREDITS

The Green Industry Law, adopted in France, is a crucial step in the development of the green industrial revolution in Europe, as it combines environmental sustainability and economy. Drafted following a long...

SOLAR ENERGY FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN AUSTRALIA

The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization (ANSTO), located in Clayton, about 20 kilometres from Melbourne, has taken a significant step in the energy transition, and has become an example of green...

SECOND ROUND OF AUCTIONS FOR 400MW THIS YEAR

Under the auspices of the Investment Forum for the Western Balkans, participants of one of the panel discussions will talk about private sector investments in renewable energy sources. The panel participants also...

NORTH AFRICA’S RENEWABLE POTENTIAL AND STRATEGIC LOCATION REINFORCE ITS ROLE IN ENERGY TRANSITION

North Africa – Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, and Sudan – faces significant challenges due to climate change, which increasingly disrupts the region’s economies that rely on agriculture, fishery and tourism. Climate...

SERBIA HAS GOOD PREDISPOSITIONS FOR THE USE OF SOLAR ENERGY

Serbia has good predispositions for the use of solar energy, said Jovana Joksimović, Assistant Minister of Mining and Energy in charge of International Cooperation and European Integration, adding that the country's task...

AUSTRALIA’S SOLAR REVOLUTION STARTS ON ROOFTOPS

It is a well-known fact that Australia is one of the largest countries in the world with an area of 7.6 million square metres, which is why it does not have a...

EMPOWERING LOCAL COMMUNITIES – PANEL BY PANEL TO POWER PLANT

In light of the development of the modern energy sector, Elektropionir – an energy cooperative formed around 2019 – has become a beacon for people who are actively looking for a better...

Costs of industrial pollution from largest facilities decline in Europe but remain at two per cent of EU GDP

The 2024 update of the EEA briefing ‘The costs to health and the environment from industrial air pollution in Europe’ presents the latest assessment of the trends in externalities of industrial air...

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