Earlier this month, the National Lottery appealed for the mystery winner of £10,000 a month for 30 years to come forward. If you can’t be bothered to check your numbers, though, you could always go one better and run an energy company. Because it turns out that, as millions of us face a horrendous increase in our energy
When it comes to energy independence — a key component of global stability — the America of 2022 could learn a lot from the America of 1942. In that year, American energy dominance powered the Allied war effort of World War II, making production substantially cheaper and producing an abundance of war
During discussions at the EU-India Energy Panel meet last week, India and the EU have agreed on a detailed work programme until 2023 to implement the 2016 EU-India Clean Energy and Climate Partnership. The focus will be on increasing technical cooperation in the area of energy
In January 2022, we find ourselves two years into the decisive decade for our climate. It’s the decade in which we need to see unprecedented changes across the globe — you could call it the “great break-up from fossil fuels”.
The move by Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, to ink a pact with Singapore’s Tuas Power, France’s EDF Renewables, and PT Indonesia Power to explore the development of renewable energy within
The destruction of the UK’s land-based wind energy industry by the Tory government exemplifies why so many people were out being arrested in recent direct actions by Extinction Rebellion and Just Stop Oil. In 2015, the David Cameron
Most of us don’t wake up each morning worrying about the climate crisis. That’s why campaigners often talk up the benefits of green jobs, or promote a green industrial revolution: it’s an attempt to link this global, yet hard-to-grasp threat to more
On World Environment Day, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that India has achieved the target of 10% ethanol blending in petrol five months before deadline. Making the announcement at a programme on the ‘Save Soil Movement’, which coincided with the World Environment Day, PM Modi cited a
Vortex Energy, a leading renewables-focused investment vehicle in Europe, managed by the private equity arm of EFG Hermes, has announced that it invested to-date in Ignis €222 million of equity capital, consequently fulfilling its terms of its partnership with Ignis that it initiated last year. Since Vortex Energy’s initial
The Sharjah Waste to Energy plant is the first project of Emirates Waste to Energy, a joint venture established by BEEAH Energy, the renewable energy business of BEEAH Group, and Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies.