London (CNN Business)Demand for oil may have peaked last year.
Nabha Power: At the forefront of providing cost-effective electricity with ace tech, high efficiency & social benefits
Nabha Power Limited (NPL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro, India’s leading EPC Projects, Manufacturing, Defence and Services conglomerate, has been at the forefront of providing cost-effective power to the people of Punjab via its state-of-the-art1400 MW supercritical thermal power plant (TPP).
Bord na Móna has announced that two of its major windfarm projects have been successful in the first competitive auction under the Government’s new Renewable Electricity Support Scheme.
UK energy major BP has warned of a peak in oil demand within the next few years, signalling that the coronavirus pandemic is ushering in an earlier than anticipated decline for the fossil fuel era.
Dublin-listed energy investor Greencoat Renewables recorded income and profit during the first six months of the year that were largely in line with the same period in 2019 as it remained mostly unaffected by the Covid-19 pandemic, its interim report shows.
Both the Rapid and Net Zero scenarios assume a significant increase in carbon prices, reaching USD 250/tonne of CO2 in the developed world by 2050 and USD 175/tonne in emerging economies.
ACF Renewable Energy Limited, a subsidiary of ACWA Power, completed a sale of its 100% stake in ACWA Power CF Karad PV Park EAD (ACWA Power Karad), owner of a 60.4 MWp Karadzhalovo solar PV project in Bulgaria, to Enery Development, an Austrian investor and project developer in the renewable energy sector for an undisclosed amount.
Hemlock Semiconductor Operations (HSC) has acquired a DuPont business that makes trichlorosilane (TCS), the primary raw material used in producing the ultra-pure polysilicon HSC supplies to the semiconductor and solar industries.
The US technology giant Nvidia has confirmed the $40bn (£31bn) takeover of Arm, one of Britain’s biggest tech companies, and promised to invest in the UK amid questions about Arm’s future.
Despite multifarious challenges facing the agricultural sector of the economy, indications have emerged that Nigeria’s strength truly lies in the sector if obstacles are removed and necessary infrastructure is emplaced.