Energy

Renewable Energy Can Build Prosperity and Improve Energy Security in Pakistan

Pakistan can spur social and economic development with renewable energy while increasing energy security and improving energy access, according to a new report by...

Turkey Starts Construction of its First Nuclear Power Plant

Turkey reported the construction start of its first nuclear power plant to the IAEA’s Power Reactor Information System (PRIS) this week. The first safety-related...

Global Renewable Generation Continues its Strong Growth

By the end of 2017, global renewable generation capacity increased by 167 GW and reached 2,179 GW worldwide. This represents a yearly growth of...

Banking on Sunshine: World Added Far More Solar Than Fossil Fuel Power Generating Capacity in 2017

Solar energy dominated global investment in new power generation like never before in 2017. The world installed a record 98 gigawatts of new solar capacity,...

Tipperary cleans up the dust and creates low-energy superhomes

Many Irish residences are heated with dirty coal fireplaces. The ELENA programme brings Tipperary energy efficiency and clean homes Aileen McCarthy had a dirty and...

IRENA, IGA and World Bank Team Up to Streamline Geothermal Energy Development

New country-level resource data gathering and classification effort to streamline geothermal investments and facilitate more projects around the world Countries can expect a more robust...

New energy market reports show surge in wind energy

The European Commission’s latest reports on gas and electricity markets, which cover the last quarter of 2017, have just been published, containing a wide...

Infrastructure investments key to unlocking more US oil supply

The United States is on pace to becoming the world’s top oil producer by 2023, thanks mainly to the phenomenal growth of shale production....

United States and Saudi Arabia’s Oil Connection Got Weakened

Saudi Arabia (S.A) as the biggest world producer and exporter of crude oil, had the important position in supplying United States’ demand during last...

Cambodia: Electricity Access Increased, Reliability Needs Improvement

While access to grid electricity has expanded in Cambodia to 71.5 percent, reliability of electricity supply can be improved, as nearly two-thirds of households...

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