mayors

US mayors take action, ignoring federal gov on climate change

America’s mayors are stepping up and taking action to reduce carbon pollution in the absence of federal action and comprehensive national climate policy.
csir report loadshedding

Threat of loadshedding in S.Africa unpacked in CSIR report

A new report by the CSIR has analysed South Africa’s loadshedding, indicating that it cost the country’s economy between R60bn and R120bn in 2019 alone.
Renewables

Renewables can change the lives of refugees, states report

Unreliable energy exposes refugees to risks, which renewables can serve to overcome, according to a new report by IRENA and UNHCR.
Electric vehicles. Electric heaters

HV electric heaters market thrust forward by electric vehicle growth

Electric vehicles produce a very low quantity of waste heat necessitating the need for high voltage electric heaters as a prime source of heating in EVs.
global energy efficiency

Twelve strategies to step up global energy efficiency

A new report offers twelve global strategies and recommendations to the IEA's Global Commission for Urgent Action on Energy Efficiency.
Future Energy Central Africa

World Energy Outlook: Deep disparities in the global energy system

The World Energy Outlook 2019, the International Energy Agency’s flagship publication, has identified deep disparities in today’s energy world.

Africa is on par with the world on embracing 4IR

AfDB's report reveals a continent that is embracing the brave new world of the 4IR but needs to improve access to finance, skills and inclusive growth.
UK

Renewable energy output: UK vs Southern Africa

Data reveals that renewables only account for 11% of the UK’s final consumption - far from the 2020 target of 20%
solar PV association

Latin America and Caribbean poised for massive solar power growth

Latin America and the Caribbean could grow their installed solar capacity by a factor of 40 by 2050.
COP25

Brown to Green emissions report released, SA not measuring up

The Brown to Green emissions Report published by the Climate Transparency partnership states that ghg in South Africa have increased by 39% since 1990.

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