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Srihari Rishabh is a storyteller passionate about news and a final-year student pursuing a BA in Journalism, Psychology, and English from CHRIST (Deemed to be University). Through impactful internships at prestigious organizations like The Times of India and The Wire, he has delved into the dynamic world of journalism, where he discovered the art of crafting compelling narratives. Rishabh is poised to embark on a career where he can leverage his writing skills to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of news reporting.

Orsted announces completion of 518 MW energy centre in Texas 

Orsted, an energy company, announced the completion of its energy centre in Bee County, Texas, in a press release.  The Helena Energy Centre has a […]

EBRD provides €45 Million for the Tunisia-Italy electricity interconnector project

In a press release, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) announced that it will provide €45 million as part of a financing package […]

Highview Power secures £300 million investment for UK’s first commercial-scale liquid air energy storage facility 

Highview Power, an energy storage company, announced that it has secured the support of the UK Infrastructure Bank (UKIB) and Centrica with a £300 million […]

Brookfield Asset Management & ALTÉRRA launch fund to drive clean energy investments in emerging markets 

Mark Carney, Chair and Head of Transition Investing at Brookfield Asset Management said, “The Catalytic Transition Fund is a private market solution to the global […]

SENSEWind announces plans for innovative 6 MW wind turbine installation

SENSEWind announced in a press release that it plans to construct a 6 MW wind turbine using its innovative SENSE installation system. This project will […]

Microsoft inks long-term PPAs with European Energy to accelerate green transition

European Energy announced that it has signed a chain of power purchase agreements (PPAs) with Microsoft.   European Energy issued a press release announcing the PPAs, […]

EIB to provide advisory support to Bulagaria’s national electricity company

According to a press release by NEK, the European Investment Bank (EIB) is set to provide advisory assistance to Bulgaria’s national electricity company, Natsionalna Elektricheska […]

Emirates Global Aluminium announces Green Finance Framework

The Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) published its Green Finance Framework to assist decarbonization projects and activities that could help accelerate the transition to a low-carbon […]

Seabased and BIDC sign MoU to catalyze Barabados’ green hydrogen ambitions 

Seabased Group and The Barbados Investment and Development Corporation (BIDC) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to build a “wave park as part of […]

Orsted announces plans to install Tesla battery storage system in the UK 

According to a press release, Orsted, a Danish renewable energy company, will install a Tesla Megapack battery energy storage system (BESS) in England.   The company […]

Texas initiates carbon capture and storage lease initiative for over 1 million acres of state-owned land 

Texas is planning to put over 1 million acres of state-owned land up for lease to target parties interested in carbon capture and storage (CCS) […]

Microsoft and Repsol ink six long-term renewable energy VPPAs 

According to a press release, Repsol, a Spanish energy company, has signed six 12-year virtual power purchase agreements (VPPAS) with Microsoft.   The agreement comprised of […]

OMV Petrom to invest $805 million to build sustainable fuel and green hydrogen plant 

Key Points: Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) and Renewable Diesel (HVO) Plant OMV Petrom, a leading oil refinery company, has announced plans to invest $805 million […]

Report highlights US Government’s efforts to boost carbon capture storage technology 

A recent report published by the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) highlights the scale of the development of carbon capture storage (CCS) technology in the […]

Integrity Council announces first high-integrity CCP-labelled carbon credits

According to a press release, The Integrity Council for the Voluntary Carbon Market (ICVCM) announced the “first carbon-crediting methodologies that meet its high-integrity Core Carbon […]

Asset manager announces launch of Sustainable Equity Water Fund 

Candriam, a global asset manager, announced the Candriam Sustainable Equity Water Fund. According to a statement, the fund will invest in “economic activities contributing to […]

Tronox inks PPA for renewable energy in South Africa

Tronox Holdings PLC, a titanium dioxide producer, announced it has inked a power purchase agreement (PPA) with South African energy company NOA Group Ltd.   According […]

Report warns UK offshore wind targets at risk, urges rapid manufacturing expansion

A recent report by the Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) reveals a disparity between the United Kingdom’s (UK) offshore wind farm ambitions and its […]

European Investment Fund partners with Finnish Banks to offer €1 Billion in climate-focused loans 

The European Investment Fund (EIF) has finalised agreements with eight leading banks and financial institutions located in Finland to extend assistance to “small and medium-sized […]

Iraq unveils gas processing project with an aim to reach energy self-sufficiency

The Prime Minister of Iraq, Shia Al Sudani, inaugurated the gas processing project at the Halfaya oilfield. According to a statement by Iraq’s Oil Ministry, […]

Swiss government approves law to boost renewable energy generation 

The Swiss government approved a new climate bill that aims to enhance the development of renewable energies. The push towards renewable energies is part of […]

BNP Paribas AM and other asset managers appeal for enhanced ocean-related data 

BNP Paribas Asset Management, along with prominent investors such as Federated Hermes Ltd., Mirova, Robeco, and Storebrand Asset Management, has issued a statement urging ESG […]

Riding the wave to ‘Awaken New Depths’: Renewable Energy and The Blue Economy 

Our oceans, covering over 70% of the Earth’s surface, are fundamental to global ecological stability. However, due to humans’ anthropocentric perspective, oceans face many threats. […]

Allspring Global Investments introduces climate-focused global equity fund 

Allspring Global Investments, a global asset management firm, has introduced its first equity fund in its climate transition suite of products by rebranding the Allspring […]

India presents $500 billion clean energy investment prospects at IPEF forum 

At the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF) Clean Economy Investor Forum in Singapore, Sunil Barthwal, India’s Commerce Secretary, highlighted India’s vast investment opportunities within […]

Brookfield Asset Management and Microsoft ink largest-ever clean energy agreement  

Brookfield Asset Management’s energy arm and Microsoft have inked a clean-energy purchase agreement to develop wind and solar farms.   The deal, set to commence in […]

China to add 2.5 GW electrolyser capacity by year-end to reach green hydrogen production target before deadline 

China is reportedly planning to install 2.5 gigawatts (GW) of electrolyser capacity by the end of this year. This capacity is believed to be enough […]

US solar industry records 11 GW surge in manufacturing capacity 

In a press release, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) announced that a record-breaking 11 gigawatts (GW) of new solar module manufacturing capacity came online […]

SSE eyes 800 MW offshore wind farm to boost Ireland’s renewable energy goals 

SSE, a multinational energy company, submitted the planning consent application for the proposed Arklow Bank Wind Park 2 project. The proposed project is reported to […]

Africa Energy Bank set up with a capital of $5 billion to tackle energy funding crisis 

In a press release, the African Petroleum Producers Organization, along with the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), announced the signing of the Establishment Agreement and the […]

China debuts world’s largest solar farm 

A Chinese state-owned company said on Monday it had connected the world’s biggest solar plant in northwestern Xinjiang to the grid.  According to a Reuters […]

Warren Buffet-backed Occidental Petroleum and BHE Renewables to extract lithium 

Occidental Petroleum and BHE Renewables, a subsidiary of Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway, announced that they were working on a joint venture to extract lithium, according […]

Octopus Australia acquires land for $3.5 billion wind farm project 

Octopus Australia, an investment company, announced its acquisition of 28,000 hectares of land near Deniliquin, New South Wales (NSW), to develop the 1-gigawatt (GW) Merino […]

European Commission approves Italian State aid scheme to support renewable energy production 

In a press release, the European Commission declared that it had granted support for an Italian scheme, under state aid rules, to add 4590 MW […]

Elawan Energy and R.Power SA to build 2-GWp solar capacity in Italy 

Elawan Energy, a Spain-based renewables developer, has collaborated with R.Power SA on a joint venture. According to a report by Renewables Now, the venture’s goal […]

Cairn Oil and Gas to achieve Net-Zero by 2030 

In a press release, Cairn Oil and Gas announced that it is accelerating its efforts to become net-zero by 2030. It is planning to do […]

Scotland eases restrictions on rooftop solar panels 

The Scottish Government has decided to remove the requirement for planning permission to install solar panels on rooftops. Earlier, planning permission was required to install […]

ACWA Power and Tunisia sign MoU for green hydrogen project 

According to a press release by ACWA Power, the company and the Tunisian Government have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a potential project […]

EU’s new proposed sanctions on Russia unlikely to impact Asia, says Energy Commissioner 

According to a Reuters report, the new sanctions proposed concerning the transshipments of Russia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) are not believed to hurt Asian buyers, […]

EU to officially withdraw from Energy Charter Treaty 

The European Union (EU) is reportedly withdrawing from the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT). Energy ministers met in Brussels to vote on this decision, and they […]

Survey reveals emerging cost-effective long-duration energy storage technologies 

A survey of seven long-duration energy storage (LDES) technology groups by BloombergNEF, highlights the cost-effectiveness of certain energy storage technologies for longer durations.   The survey […]

UK’s ex-chief scientific adviser stresses the urgency to achieve Net-Zero  

The Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, who gained prominence during the pandemic, agreed with Sir Keir Starmer’s pledge to decarbonize Britain’s electricity supplies by […]

Britain’s Electricity System Operator takes action on inaccurate data submissions 

The National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) for Great Britain revealed methods to tackle inaccurate data provided by wind generators. The measures taken by the […]

EU wind and solar power up by 46%, report finds 

A report by Ember, a think tank, revealed that wind and solar power generation in the European Union increased by 46% from 2019 to 2023. […]

Clearvise AG acquires solar park with a 42MWp installed capacity 

In a press release, Clearvise AG, a German renewable power producer, announced its acquisition of the Wolfsgarten solar park from ALTUS Renewables GmbH (ALTUS). The […]

Sunny side down for Germany’s solar power sector 

Germany’s once-promising solar power sector is facing significant headwinds. According to recent market research conducted by SEB Research, Germany’s solar power production superseded demand, creating […]

Rewind unveils new protocol For marine carbon dioxide removal 

Rewind, a carbon removal and storage company, announced its new Marine Terrestrial Biomass Storage (MTBS) Framework Protocol in a blog post. The protocol intends to […]

UK Nuclear Association unveils manifesto ahead of general elections 

Britain’s Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) has announced its planned industry manifesto for 2024 ahead of the general elections. According to Energy Live News, the manifesto […]

Germany introduces draft law to advance onshore carbon storage  

The government of Germany has introduced a new draft law reform to boost onshore CO2 storage along with carbon storage projects under the sea. The […]

USA announces initiative to modernize power grid with state collaboration 

The Biden-Harris administration launched the Federal-State Modern Grid Deployment Initiative to modernise the power grid by gathering the states, federal entities and stakeholders in the […]

Andrew Forrest plans massive 2 GW renewable energy park 

Squadron Energy, owned by billionaire Andrew Forrest, is seeking to construct a huge renewable energy park with 2-gigawatt (GW) wind and solar farms attached to […]

Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd. to pay $42.3 million for breaching energy market rules

According to the United Kingdom’s energy regulator Ofgem, Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (BOWL) has agreed to pay $42.3 million as a fine for breaching the […]

Jakson Green procures $7.2 million funding from HSBC India

Jakson Green Pvt Ltd., a newly established energy transition firm, recently secured $7.2 million as funding from HSBC India, according to a report by The […]

China introduces new policies as renewable energy expansion faces challenges  

According to a Bloomberg report, China fears its record pace of renewable installations might encounter hurdles. To counter those fears, the government has taken measures […]

Gautam Adani meets Japanese envoy Hiroshi Suzuki to discuss a potential energy project 

Gautam Adani, Chairman of the Adani Group, recently met with Ambassador Hiroshi Suzuki of Japan to discuss a potential renewable energy project, according to a […]

GE Vernova signs contract with Kalyon PV to support decarbonisation in Turkey 

According to a press release by GE Vernova, an energy equipment manufacturing company, the company has signed an agreement with Kalyon PV to supply its […]

Gentari is among the top competitors for Brookfield’s renewable energy portfolio 

Gentari, the renewable energy division of Malaysian state-owned oil and gas company Petronas, is reportedly the frontrunner in acquiring a part of Brookfield Asset Management’s […]

Germany urges the EU to act on phasing out Russian energy imports 

Germany is urging the European Union to act more efficiently to curb the last 20% of Russian energy imports that are still arriving at the […]

New Jersey to receive $125 million from Orsted for cancelled offshore wind projects

According to a report by Reuters, the state of New Jersey will receive $125 million in a legal settlement with Orsted, a Denmark-based energy company. […]

Cable installation begins for Ireland-France Celtic Interconnector project 

The Celtic Interconnector project, a subsea power cable linking the electricity grids of Ireland and France, has taken further steps in transforming the energy infrastructure […]

UK’s climate goals challenged by heat pumps installation delay 

A report published by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) highlights the significant challenges the United Kingdom (UK) government might face regarding heat pumps and decarbonising […]

RWE to build Australia’s first eight-hour battery storage system 

RWE, a renewable energy firm, announced in its press release that it is planning to invest in building Australia’s first eight-hour Battery Energy Storage System […]

New research highlights gaps in national climate strategies 

According to a report titled “Residual emissions in long-term national climate strategies show limited climate ambition,” several countries worldwide do not include enough strategies to […]

Russia set to build Central Asia’s first nuclear power plant in Uzbekistan 

Russia is reportedly planning to build a small nuclear plant in Uzbekistan. According to a Reuters report, this project is one of the first of […]

Russia and Mali commence work on solar power plant project 

Russia and Mali commenced the construction of the largest solar power plant in West Africa on Friday. The construction comes at a time when Mali […]

Iberdrola seeks startups to provide offshore wind farm inspection solutions 

Iberdrola, an electric utility company, is looking for startups that can provide its offshore wind farms with advanced inspection and digitisation services using autonomous or […]

Marathon Digital signs renewable energy deal with Kenya 

According to a press release by Marathon Digital Holdings, a US-based cryptocurrency mining firm, and Kenya’s Ministry of Energy and Petroleum signed a memorandum of […]

Tata Power to raise $1 billion to fund clean energy projects 

Tata Power is seeking to raise $1 billion to fuel its clean energy projects. This potential loan could mark a milestone, potentially becoming one of […]

Tencent announces winners of its CarbonX program

Tencent, the Chinese tech company, is reportedly investing $13.9 million in startups and technologies with promising solutions related to the carbon capture and carbon removal […]

Microsoft signs agreement with RWE for supply of clean energy 

According to a media release, RWE, a renewable energy company, has signed two 15-year power purchase agreements (PPAS) with Microsoft Corporation. Under the agreements, Microsoft […]

Plug, Airbus, Delta and Atlanta International Airport collaborate for hydrogen study 

Plug Power, a hydrogen solutions company has announced its collaboration with Airbus, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), and Delta Air Lines to conduct a study […]

Iberdola extends alliance with Bayer to supply green energy in Italy 

Pharmaceutical giant Bayer AG and Iberdrola SA, a Spanish-based utility firm, have entered an 11-year power purchase agreement. According to a news release by Iberdrola, […]

California budget pledges $22 million for climate disclosure laws 

California Governor Gavin Newsom amended the proposed 2024-2025 state budget to add $22 million to fund the state’s corporate climate disclosure laws and other climate […]

Holcim to endow $500 million in plant for Net-Zero cement 

According to a media release, Holcim ,a sustainable construction company, announced the commencement of the construction of its Net-Zero cement plant in Belgium. The GO4ZERO […]

Carbon Streaming announces reforestation project with Microsoft and Rubicon Carbon 

According to a media release, Carbon Streaming Corporation announced the Azuero reforestation project in collaboration with Microsoft and Rubicon Carbon Capital LLC.   The organization also […]

OpenAir Collective starts campaign for approval of new carbon removal bill 

A new law in New York might soon come into force to encourage the deployment of carbon removal technology in buildings. The New York City […]

NCX reveals reason behind termination of popular carbon program 

The Natural Capital Exchange (NCX), a forest carbon project developer, in 2018 had commenced a carbon credits program but was discontinued after a term of […]

Otherlab announces free tech for ocean carbon removal  

Otherlab, a climate technology innovation hub, announced the free and non-commercial use of the Trofix Upweller. This technology is designed for ocean restoration and coral […]

Digital program on climate change to be delivered in every Scottish school  

ITZA, an e-learning specialist, intends to launch its One Planet digital resource, an interdisciplinary online program on climate change and how to protect the planet, […]

New direct air capture facility begins trial in Oregon

280 Earth, Inc. announced the completion of its developmental process and the beginning of operations of its first direct air capture (DAC) facility. The DAC […]

Pilot carbon capture unit begins operations at ArcelorMittal’s Ghent site 

A carbon capture unit operating on a blast furnace has started its trial run at ArcelorMittal’s facility in the Belgian city of Ghent.   According to […]

Brookfield plans to invest $500 million in India-based Leap Green Energy  

According to a Bloomberg report, Brookfield Asset Management is planning to make a substantial investment of $500 million in India-based Leap Green Energy.   This significant […]

UK to forego surplus carbon carry forward to meet net zero goals 

As per the United Kingdom’s Climate Change Act, if total emissions are less than the limit set, the government can carry forward the surplus to […]

Clean energy firm RWE 600MW of solar and battery storage projects in the US

The clean energy firm RWE acquired 500 Megawatts (MW) of solar and energy storage development projects from Galehead Development LLC. With the acquisition of three […]

Norway’s first extensive carbon capture storage project is underway

A carbon capture storage (CCS) project powered by TotalEnergies, Shell and Equinor is underway in Norway. The project, Northern Lights, is said to be Norway’s […]

Chevron to end North Sea presence with Clair field sale 

Chevron is reportedly selling its stake in the Clair field and other North Sea assets. The energy corporation plans to sell a 19.4% stake in […]

Peatland project begins in Cambridgeshire to capture 4,000 tonnes of carbon

The Peatland Progress initiative has begun its project to seal 4,000 tonnes of carbon by creating a wetland. Launched on 23 June last year as […]

Australia positioned to become $600 million carbon capture hub, says Wood Mackenzie

A press release by Australian Energy Producers reported that according to Wood Mackenzie’s article published in the 2024 Australian Energy Producers Journal, Australia could transform […]

ClearBlue and Kita collaborate to enhance voluntary carbon market integrity and risk management

According to a press release, ClearBlue and Kita are collaborating to “increase precision and integrity of carbon insurance models”. They plan to do so by […]

China aims to extend its lead in green tech with carbon capture storage advancements

China is reportedly upping its competitive edge in advanced technologies to tackle global warming by making advancements in carbon capture storage (CCS) technologies.  Advanced technologies […]

Heriot-Watt University uses AI to accelerate carbon capture modelling process

As researchers globally look for advancements to address climate change, Heriot-Watt University achieved a breakthrough in carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology. CCS is a […]

Petrovietnam announces comprehensive plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions

Petrovietnam and its members have unveiled plans to strengthen their solutions regarding carbon emission reduction. According to Vietnam News, Petrovietnam is updating its strategy to […]

China dominates clean energy manufacturing race, new report says

According to Advancing Clean Manufacturing Technology, a new report by the International Energy Association, China is solidifying its position as the global leader in clean […]

Japan passes law to boost carbon capture technology

The House of Councilors in Japan passed a permit system for business operators to facilitate the integration of carbon capture storage (CCS) technology into the […]

CapturePoint and Energy Transfer collaborate on a joint CCS project

CapturePoint and Energy Transfer joined hands to develop a joint carbon capture and permanent deep storage project in Louisiana. CapturePoint LLC and its affiliate CapturePoint […]

JERA unveils decarbonisation plans with investments worth $32 billion

JERA, Japan’s leading power utility firm, unveiled its plans to invest 5 trillion yen in renewable energy and new fuels like hydrogen and ammonia. The […]

Microsoft launches counteractive measures to reduce increasing carbon emissions

In light of its increasing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions since 2020, Microsoft is reported to have adopted over 80 counteractive measures to remit the 29% […]

FERC passes historic transmission rule 

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued a revolutionising reform, which is being regarded as a milestone of a decision. FERC issued a new rule, Order […]

US advances decarbonisation efforts with carbon capture projects and DOE funding

The Biden government is strategically focusing on carbon capture and storage (CCS) networks as a potential solution to accelerate the country’s decarbonisation process. This approach […]

Carbon credit demand will exceed supply by 2030

Abatable, a carbon intelligence and procurement platform, said in a new report that the demand for carbon credit provided through the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction […]

Rishi Sunak’s reversals on net zero goals to impact UK infrastructure

According to the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), Rishi Sunak’s reversals on net zero have hindered progress on vital infrastructure required for economic growth.  Sir John […]

New research examines carbon emissions from wooden houses in Japan

A group of researchers at Kyusu University has performed an extensive analysis of the carbon footprint involved in constructing a wooden house in Japan. The […]

Net zero plans have limited ambition on ‘residual emissions’, research says

Research by the University of East Anglia highlights the most troubling sectors to decarbonise when countries reach net zero. Agrarian industries are expected to be […]

20 finalists announced in XPrize’s $100 million carbon removal competition

Researchers and scientists seek solutions as climate crisis persistently looms over the planet’s future like a black cloud. Now, entrepreneurs have also actively joined the […]

EU greenhouse gas emissions down by 4% in Q4

In the fourth quarter of 2023, the European Union’s estimated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions stood at 297 million tonnes of CO2 equivalents (CO2-eq), reflecting a […]

Request Filed to Assess Pathways Alliance Carbon Capture Storage Project

A request was submitted to the Alberta Energy Regulator this week by a group of enviornmentalists and indigenous people regarding Pathways Alliance’s carbon capture network. […]

US to get New Aluminium Smelter that can cut down emissions by 75%

Aluminum plays a critical role as a raw material in the effort to combat climate change. Nevertheless, the industry must undergo substantial changes to transition […]

50 MPs plead Rishi Sunak to backtrack on oil and gas extraction plans

A group of 50 politicians, including three from the Conservative party, have urged Britain’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to back down on his plans to […]

Worley wins contract to develop Bayou Bend Carbon Capture Storage Project

Worley, an Australia-based sustainability solutions company, has won a contract to develop and assess CO2 gathering, transportation and storage systems for the Bayou Bend carbon […]

Net Zero Teesside UK Project to Emit 20M Tonnes of Carbon

According to research submitted by Andrew Boswell to the UK Government, The Net Zero Teesside scheme (NZT), will emit over 20 million tonnes of carbon […]

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