Energy roundup this week: Solar exhibition to signing multi-mln contracts
Exhibition for Solar Industry in Pakistan to Prysmian signing USD 61 mln contract for Italy's power grid; week has been buzzing with energy news
This week has been buzzing with energy news ranging from International Exhibition for Solar Industry in Pakistan to Prysmian signing USD 61 mln contract for Italy's power grid. The news roundup covers reflections on Southeast Asian countries' vulnerability to climate change, Zambia aiming at one million tonnes copper output this year, Canada's Brookfield to sell bonds in Brazil for financing gas pipelines and much more.
Enjoy reading weekly news roundup below:
|UN SDG 7, Pakistan on road to Affordable and Clean Energy; International Exhibition for solar industry from March 29
Pakistan is set for the seventh International Exhibition for Solar Industry, it will be a three-day ...
|When the Maasai met the Maori: Kenya seeks to end geothermal land conflicts
As the semi-nomadic Maasai of Kenya's Great Rift Valley prepare to lose more land to a geothermal pl...
|Government of Nigeria to provide universities with solar energy: AfDB to provide USD 410 million
Despite the sectoral challenges, the Buhari administration will complete major projects that will im...
|Nigeria is looking beyond oil and will follow the planned reforms: IMF
Growth in Nigeria recovered to 0.8 percent in 2017 after a historic collapse in oil prices...
|IAEA Completes Nuclear Security Advisory Mission in Ecuador
An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts today completed a nuclear security...
|IAEA Director General visits Pakistan, Highlights nuclear power and SDGs
IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano commended efforts by Pakistan to increase nuclear safety...
|Prysmian signs USD 61 mln contract for Italy's power grid
Prysmian, the world's biggest cable maker, said on Monday it had signed a 50 million euro...
|Villages in Ghana to get 570 dams under "one village one dam" plan
As part of the New Patriotic Party Government's manifesto pledge, three northern regions of Ghana...
|Record output from British wind power
Power generation from Britain's wind farms hit a record 14.2 gigawatts (GW) on March 17, National...
|Africa's power-starved mining sector targeted by Total Eren
Renewable energy company Total Eren said on Monday it had opened the world's largest solar-thermal...
|Projects in Panama - Spanish, Italian, Chinese construction firms interested, says VP
Construction firms from Spain, Italy and China are interested in public works in Panama, Vice President...
|Southeast Asian countries most vulnerable to climate change
India is the most vulnerable country to climate change, followed by Pakistan, the Philippines...
|Poland's PGNiG teams up with Pakistani gas firm on upstream projects
Poland's leading gas company, PGNiG, has agreed with Pakistan's Mari Petroleum Company to cooperate...
|Shri R K Singh dedicates 4,611 smart LED streetlights to Ara, Bihar
Shri R K Singh, Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy, Government of India...
|Saudi Iran conflict leads to rising oil prices
Oil prices rose by almost 1 percent on Tuesday, lifted by a weak dollar, tensions in theMiddleEastan...
|SDG 13:TWR Nuclear Reactors can help nuclear energy push
New nuclear reactors that are still in the development stages are traveling-wave reactors (TWR)....
|SDG 7:Coal will stay even with rise in price says study
The world is dependent on oil and coal. The coal consumption is on the decline worldwide due to...
|SDG 13: Hydro Power aids sustainability and clean environment, says study|
|SDG 7: New Technologies can help reduce emissions, says study
IRENA has anticipated in their recent report that by 2022 cost of renewable energy will be at par wi...
|SDG 13: Russia's constant push towards nuclear growth shows study
Vladimir Putin has been re-elected in Russia as President for next 6 years and its implication for ...
|Zambia aims at one million tonnes copper output this year
Zambia expects to produce more than one million tonnes of copper this year after revising its 2017...
|Denmark added record Wind Energy capacity as support scheme ends
The government of Denmark has set a goal of meeting at least 50% of energy needs by renewables by 20...
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- US-Israel joint proposal
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- French President Emmanuel Macron
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