Researchers at MIT and Harvard University have developed an efficient process to convert carbon dioxide into formate, a stable material that can be used as a fuel for generating electricity in fuel cells.
Patrick Udechukwu, a former Senior Vice President of Gas Commercialisation at Genesis Energy, has said that Nigeria needs a good transmission ownership model to improve power services in the country.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced it is financing construction of a 240 MW wind power plant in east Azerbaijan.
The World Bank has announced that its board has approved a $1 billion loan to help South Africa reform its energy sector, as the country tries to overcome regular power cuts that have curbed economic growth.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul has announced that largest state investment in renewable energy in US history.
Siemens Energy has announced it will deliver the first-ever hybrid grid stabilisation and large-scale battery storage plant at Shannonbridge in Ireland.
Singapore has announced its intention to start a project to utilise ammonia as a fuel source for power generation.
Research by the energy think tank Ember indicates that around half of the world’s economies have already passed their peak in power generation from fossil fuels.
Coal inventories at Indian power plants in the first half of October fell at their fastest rate in two years, with electricity demand boosting imports as fuel use outpaced supply.
Valmet will supply a biomass plant to Göteburg Energi in Gothenburg, Sweden. This will be a new plant to produce electricity and district heat from renewable and recovered sources by 2025.