Tunisia

EBRD finance package to stabilise Tunisia’s electricity provider

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing $361 million (€300 million) in financing to support the stability of Tunisia’s electricity provider Société Tunisienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz (STEG).
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Hydrovision International has been postponed until July 27-29, 2021 in Spokane

In light of the current state of civil commotion in Portland, Oregon and the ongoing pandemic, HYDROVISION International, has been postponed to July 27-29, 2021 in Spokane, Washington.
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US election signals shift in country’s climate change stance

The Biden-Harris victory at the US Elections signals a new era of federal climate policy in the US because president-elect Joe Biden campaigned on clean energy and climate resilience as core to his plans for the country.
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Oil and gas giant turns to renewables to power own facilities

Chevron USA and Algonquin Power & Utility Corp will co-develop renewable power projects to provide electricity to Chevron’s global portfolio.

Cleaning wastewater to address Ethiopia’s water problems

Ethiopian authorities have approved the creation of a decentralised wastewater treatment plant in capital city Addis Ababa
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Itron Engage channel partner programme launched

The Itron Engage Sales Channel Partner Program will provide new and existing partners with access to tools, training and support for Itron’s solutions.

Recorded webinar series – COVID-19: Utility Crisis Management

Access this live virtual series where we bring you the best insights from key utilities around the world who have dealt with or are dealing with the challenge of keeping services operational in an age of social distancing and isolation.
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Five key indicators to follow on the LNG global market

Ample stockpiles of gas globally mean that Europe has finally become a key market for LNG, delegates were told at the European Gas Conference in Vienna.
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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.
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Ed’s Note: American first makes headline news

How does the American market see itself abroad and specifically what are its intentions to not be left out of Africa’s exponential market growth?

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