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25x25 MacArthur

25×25 Collaborative among the top 100 MacArthur grant proposals

The 25x25: End Energy Poverty Faster initiative achieved one of the highest-scoring proposals in the MacArthur 100&Change grant competition.
Zambia’s financial sector

Global power industry deals total $44.83bn in Q4 2019

A recent study has revealed that total power industry deals for Q4 2019 were worth $44.83 billion, according to GlobalData’s deals database.
wind turbine control systems

Wind turbine control systems market set to reach $16.7bn by 2027

Analysis of the wind turbine control systems market anticipates growth to expand at a CAGR of ~10% by the end of 2027 due to major global developments.

Siemens Gamesa lands contract to build Djibouti’s first wind farm

Siemens Gamesa has sealed a contract to build the first wind farm in the Republic of Djibouti, with a total capacity of 59MW.

Five actions within your budget to maximise system performance

Small and medium sized utilities share a common need with larger utility companies…to minimise costs and maximise performance.
Coal

Analysis: Global coal power set for record decline

After decades of near-uninterrupted growth, analysis suggested global electricity production from coal was on track for a record fall in 2019.

Op-Ed: Measuring the impact of SDGs commitments from businesses

This year marks just ten years to go to the deadline for completing the UN SDGs. How well are businesses doing on their commitments?
energy storage market

Electric mobility applications to drive energy storage market

The total energy storage market is expected to grow to $546 billion in annual revenue by 2035, according to a report released by Lux Research.

An unfettered energy revolution lies in green hydrogen resources

Green hydrogen could offer alternative ways to decarbonise a range of sectors where it is proving difficult to reduce CO2 emissions meaningfully.
thermal power

New decade: Will thermal drown in the wake of clean power?

During the early days of energy supply, thermal power ruled the generation technology mix. It was reliable, robust and cheap. But that dominance is ending.

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