Articles tagged with "#Power"

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Vietnam power

Vietnam power sector fails to rein in fossil fuel usage

The government has been trying to clean up Vietnam’s power sector, but is facing considerable self-inflicted problems.

generators in Nigeria

Concerns mount over using gas for generators in Nigeria

The removal of a fuel subsidy led to higher fuel prices and affected the cost of living. Experts propose using gas as an alternative fuel option for generators in Nigeria but that raises safety, sustainability, and environmental concerns.

Vietnam power

Vietnam power plan approved but problems remain

Vietnam’s power plan was approved after more than two years of delays, political bickering and a dozen various draft versions.

decarbonization

Italy needs 90GW renewables for power decarbonization by 2035

The complete decarbonization of Italy’s power sector by 2035 is achievable but requires a massive ramp-up of installed renewable capacity in the coming decade, environmental groups said.

power plant emissions

U.S. EPA to unveil limits on power plant emissions

The first-of-its-kind limits on power plant emissions would mark a major turning point in U.S. climate action

uk renewable energy

UK renewable energy little-served by govt report: experts

The government’s new ‘Powering Up Britain’ report is underwhelming for the UK renewable energy sector, experts say.

fossil fuel phaseout

Bangladesh oil firm Petrobangla struggles to pay for fossil fuels

Against a backdrop of the U.S. dollar crisis, state-run Bangladesh oil and gas firm Petrobangla is having trouble meeting its payments.

ecopetrol

Bangladesh fast-tracks renewable energy

Bangladesh has initiated a fast-track move to award new contracts to generate around 1,000 MW of electricity from renewable energy and bring it online within the next year and a half to meet growing demand for electricity without using fossil fuels.

Fossil fuels still compete with clean in India’s power mix

India expects its power generation base to more than double by 2032, mainly on the back of fast-paced expansion in solar and wind power capacity, but fossil fuels will continue to play a prominent role.

Cheaper to switch from coal to green than to gas: study

The declining cost of renewable energy technologies and battery storage coupled with rising volatility in prices for fossil gas has boosted the economics of renewables further. Analysis carried out by TransitionZero found it is now cheaper to switch from coal to green than from coal to gas in power generation.

Energy transition in Tanzania constrained

To date, no wind, solar, or geothermal projects supply Tanzania’s national grid, its condition presenting an obstacle to significant renewables development.