Renewable Energy – Raising EVA for all sectors

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The hydrogen solution – an investor signal

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Oil & Gas: time for reform?

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Clean energy displaces oil majors

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Saying goodbye to coal – not quite?

Coal usage, as a source of energy, could become a thing of the past (almost) thanks to China's goal to cut net carbon emissions by 2026 by cutting coal consumption. Key points: Internationally, there is a strong desire and a...

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Can the UK beat the 2050 emissions target?

UK energy companies are asking the government to set a new target for net zero emissions prior to the 2021 UN COP26 summit. The current emissions target is 2050. Following the US pledge to decarbonise its power sector by...

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The world’s most ambitious renewable project

Sun Cable plans to build the world’s largest solar project by 2027. Its undersea electricity cable will connect the remote solar farm to consumers. Key Points: The Australia -ASEAN Power Link built by Sun Cable (a Singaporean renewable energy company)...

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Sun Machine – the new energy generator

'Sun Machine', the world's largest science project, was born in the 1980s to produce clean energy. Sun Machine's tokamak can harness nuclear fusion as a power source. The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) project is worth €20bn (£18.2bn). The...

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Vanadium Flow batteries preferred for long energy storage

Is the future of residential energy efficiency in vanadium flow batteries (VFBs)? Vanadium flow batteries are rechargeable batteries that use vanadium ions to store energy instead of say Lithium-ion. Vanadium (V) is a hard, grey transition metal that is found...

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Might climate friendly housing be another niche market that gets a dramatic boost?

Tim De Chant, a climate journalist and lecturer at MIT, reported in Undark on the 20th of August how households in the US use up almost 2x the amount of energy as households in Europe. US homes produce approximately...

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