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BRICS bank approves €436m loan for Beijing Gas emergency reserves

The New Development Bank has approved a €436 million ($511 million) loan for the implementation of the Tianjin Nangang liquefied natural gas Emergency Reserve Project by oil and gas company Beijing Gas.

Loan from BRICS bank on the cards for Eskom

President of the New Development Bank, K.V Kamath has revealed that the bank is considering lending a sum of $780 million to Eskom.

BRICS meeting underway, tackling energy efficiency and conservation

The Government of South Africa through the Department of Energy (DoE) is hosting a BRICS working group meeting on energy efficiency and conservation this...

Energy research to solve energy problems for BRICS members

One of the primary challenges facing BRICS countries in terms of implementing renewable energy solutions, is the leveraging of finances. This was one of the...

BRICS short of meeting climate change mitigation goals

A recently released report, indicates that BRICS member states – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – are $51 billion short of achieving...

BRICS New Development Bank approve renewables loans

In international news, the BRICS countries’ New Development Bank has approved $811 million in its first round of loans for the development of renewable...

BRICS bank could issue up to $384m in green bonds

The BRICS bank, a multilateral development bank operated by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, could issue green bonds in order to raise funds...

Hamburg pioneers research project for the use of hydrogen in aviation

Bringing together the energy and mobility sectors, the world's third-largest aviation centre, Hamburg, is launching a new development platform to test the use of hydrogen for flying.

Shipping industry firm Yara Marine joins IWSA to promote wind propulsion

The International Windship Assocation (IWSA) has welcomed innovators in the shipping industry, Yara Marine Technologies. IWSA together with Yara Marine plan to push the agenda of lowering carbon emissions in the shipping industry.

Initiate! accelerates talent in Africa’s innovation eco-system

As utilities modernise so too comes the opportunity for the next generation of tech and young talent to play a role in facilitating innovation and change in Africa.

Career-making opportunities for African energy students and SMMEs

The Initiate Young Talent Challenge will give students the opportunity to represent their university.

Energy market reforms: Natural evolution or necessary policy change?

In theory, liberalisation of energy markets and a transition to a more competitive market environment is considered the only way forward, particularly for South Africa.

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