The UK government has awarded $1 million (£802,000) to a US-led consortium to help develop a new type of water turbine.
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Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners closed two new funds at a combined €2 billion ($2.1 billion) to plow money into producing clean fuels and financing renewables projects.
India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corp. aims to invest 1 trillion rupees ($12.1 billion) by 2030 in a bid to balance its fossil fuel-heavy energy portfolio with green projects.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt has delivered his Spring Budget, which may disappoint those who wanted to see more support for the UK’s net zero economy.
A group of trade associations from across the energy sector have written to the Chancellor urging him to prioritise incentives for green growth as part of the Spring Budget.
It is feared millions of pounds worth of renewables investments are at risk as a result of the controversial electricity generator levy (EGL).
The global AI market is exploding, causing a new resource to become critical: electricity. Louis-David Benyayer, scientific co-director of the MSc in Big Data and Business Analytics at ESCP Business School, explores why the battle over AI will probably also be a battle over energy, which may be even fiercer because of the current global situation.
UK-based tech startup tepeo has raised $10.5 million to expand its production and marketing of an innovative zero emissions boiler.
Waste-to-energy startup ScarabTech plans to deploy its modular units for turning plastic waste into power and fuel, having secured investment from the Global Innovation Initiative Group (GIIG) Africa fund.
Dr Ivan Baxter, principal investigator at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, is to lead a $16 million research programme to improve the water efficiency of sorghum, a widespread crop that has been championed as a source of sustainable bioenergy.