The UN Development Programme (UNDP) and Asian Development Bank (ADB) just released a joint report called Assessment of Sri Lanka’s Power Sector—100 percent Electricity Generation through Renewable Energy by 2050.
- Sri Lanka to achieve 100% renewables by 2050
- Major Dutch aviation group goes for renewable energy
- South Australian government to be powered by solar thermal
- Biggest city in Florida, Orlando, commits to 100% renewables
- Primark launches its first sustainable cotton line
- CPI announces new design for investment in renewable energy
- Utility to launch solar programme for low-income customers
- Hawaii launched construction of its first public hydrogen vehicle fuelling station
- Scotland continues R&D investment to cut down costs for offshore wind
- China is about to launch the biggest national Carbon Trading Scheme in the world
All business parts of Dutch company Royal Schiphol Group will be powered by sustainable energy from 1 January 2018.
The state government of South Australia has contracted a new solar thermal power plant with SolarReserve in Port Augusta to power its facilities.
US city Orlando has approved on Tuesday the new target of reaching 100 per cent clean and renewable energy by 2050.
Clothing giant Primark just announced the launch of its first sustainable cotton line.
Climate Policy Initiative (CPI) Energy Finance just announced their new investment design aiming at facilitating cheaper long-term capital to finance wind and solar energy projects.
The new pilot programme to make renewable energy available for low-income customers proposed by the utility Con Edison has recently been approved by the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC).
Tilos, a small island in the Cyclades complex in the Aegean Sea, is on set to become the first energy independent island in the Mediterranean by solely relying in renewables.
China aims to become a global leader in climate action by setting up the biggest Carbon Trading Scheme (CTS) worldwide as an attempt to meet 2030 peak emissions target.
The Spanish Ministry of Energy awarded a total of 5,037MW after its latest auction, although although the action was initially seeking for 3,000MW.
On Friday 28 July, the global banking giant JPMorgan Chase announced that by 2015, all its property assets will be fuelled exclusively with renewable energy and that by then it will facilitate $200 billion in clean financing.