Suhail Al Mazrouei concluded a three-day visit to Goa, India, where he participated in multiple high-level events that aimed to drive the global energy transition agenda in line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement. The visit was part of the UAE’s collaborative approach
With the Unit 2 grid connection successfully completed, the Unit is in preparation to adding a further 1,400MW of clean electricity capacity to the UAE grid, with the first megawatts of emissions-free electricity from this unit now being dispatched to businesses, schools and homes.
A delegation from the Abu Dhabi Department of Energy (DoE) is visiting Canada for a trip, concluding on June 25, to meet with senior government officials and stakeholders in the Canadian energy sector
The recently released Deloitte’s 2023 CxO Sustainability report shows that tackling the impact of climate change is a top priority for top Indian company executives (CxOs), who have ranked it higher than economic outlook. At least 57% of the Indian CxOs said climate change is among the top three priorities, compared to 42%
Last month, nuclear fusion topped headlines around the world when scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California announced an essential milestone in developing this nascent technology. They achieved “ignition,” meaning more energy came out of a reaction than was needed to make the reaction happen in the first place.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, once said, ‘Countries share one fate and one future, and, therefore, cannot work alone to protect the planet.’ The words of Sheikh Mohammed could not be truer.
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
In Silicon Valley, few principles are as foundational and accepted as Moore’s Law, the observation that as the capabilities of our computers increase, the costs will decrease. We are seeing this principle in action once more as enormous human talent and unprecedented capital stream into climate tech.
A recent resolution by the Indian Ministry of Power (MoP) has introduced a new concept of ‘Renewable Generation Obligation (RGO)’ for power producers. Any upcoming coal or lignite-based commercial thermal power plant will have to produce a portion of its total energy from renewable sources. According to the new RGO mandate, the upcoming