Consumers’ rising expectations are forcing power utilities in Asia to innovate. Ahead of Asian Utility Week 2017, Eco-Business looks at the trend and what it means for the future of electricity supply.
After its first board meeting of 2017, the Green Climate Fund agreed to support eight projects valued at $755 million, and most are focused on hydropower and renewable energy, with one – in Tanzania – focused on sustainable land management.
and Marco Rahner, Abraham Cambridge –
From blockchain to energy storage to microgrid, experts outline some of the most exciting renewable energy technology trends that are set to make a big impact in Africa and beyond.
Fahad Saeed –
Pakistan's people and environment will bear the cost of China's hypocritical overseas investments in coal. Pakistan should instead seek to develop its renewable energy capacity, writes King Abdulaziz University's Fahad Saeed.
Deepak Sriram Krishnan
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India's government is leading an ambitious plan to ramp up the country's solar power generating capacity. WRI shares four important takeaways from the Indian experience.
Utility companies have long ignored trends such as technology and changing consumer expectations. But these five disruptive trends will force the sector to innovate and adapt, says Panoramic Power chief executive officer Yaniv Vardi.
International climate finance is often accounted for in terms of megawatts of renewable energy or tonnes of carbon emission saved; everyone needs to ensure that those facing direct climate change impacts get much more of the money.
If it's green, it's mostly clean, according to a new, comprehensive review of renewable energy sources released today by the International Resource Panel, hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme ...
The eighth annual State of Green Business report continues GreenBiz's tradition of opening a window into how, and how much, companies are improving their environmental performance and how much their ...