The European Investment Bank (EIB) announced that it would provide €3 billion (~$3.55 billion) for renewable energy projects across Europe and around the globe.
AIB on Wednesday became the first Irish bank to venture into the burgeoning green bonds market.
European Union governments may be allowed to grant more state aid to projects that help the bloc achieve its climate goals, Europe’s antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager said on Tuesday (22 September), calling such an incentive a “green bonus”.
Economic growth and consumption of metals are correlated.
The United States-based global investment firm, Blackstone, has announced a $250 million fund for distributed and sustainable energy infrastructure assets to ride on the renewable energy wave that’s sweeping energy markets globally.
Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has described the government’s plan for a gas-led economic recovery from COVID-19 as “crazy”.
JinkoSolar, a solar module manufacturer, said that its board of directors had approved a strategic plan to access China’s capital market through its principal operating subsidiary Jiangxi Jinko.
At a global Web interface with various stakeholders, India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) called for a special focus on building local manufacturing capacity for energy storage.
The current dismal supply of electricity has been described as a key limiting factor for operational capacity and dissemination of health information through electronic media.
Tesla on Tuesday said it is slashing battery costs to speed a global shift to renewable energy, and could have a US$25,000 model available in three years or so.