Sunday, December 17, 2017

Carbon Footprint

IRENA to help fund renewables projects in developing countries

Working with the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development, The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) is inviting applications for renewable energy projects in developing countries. Within...

Recycling

Packaging business to trial coffee cup recycling

Packaging business DS Smith is launching a series of trials ascertaining the validity of take-away coffee cup recycling next year. Commencing in January 2018, the...

Finance

Duke Energy acquires remaining shares in REC Solar

Duke Energy has acquired full ownership of California’s REC Solar after first acquiring a majority interest in February 2015. The all-cash transaction saw Duke purchase...

Education

Offshore wind farm control strategies put to the test

Offshore wind farm control strategies put to the test

A new €2.3 million project launched by the Carbon Trust will demonstrate how the effective implementation of control strategies can reduce the cost of...
Thailand’s energy could be 36% renewables by 2036

Thailand’s energy could be 36% renewables by 2036

With a stronger and more ambitious energy development plan, renewables can account for 37% of Thailand’s energy mix by 2036. Boosting renewables share by 36%...
Brexit puts Scotland’s renewables industry at risk

Brexit puts Scotland’s renewables industry at risk

Brexit has the potential to derail Scotland’s prospering renewable energy industry, according to a University of Dundee professor. The warning comes from Professor Peter Cameron,...

Logistics

Shell to bring fastest EV charging across Europe

Shell is powering ahead with what it claims is the fastest electric vehicle charging in Europe after inking a deal with network operator IONITY. The...

Energy