Plastic waste from used personal protective equipment (PPE) could be transformed into renewable liquid fuel.
The weather is going to be hot after all in the short term, forecasts now predict.
SINGAPORE-BASED renewable energy and waste infrastructure developer Equis Development has completed a 100 billion South Korean won (S$115.3 million) equity capital raise with Hana Financial Investment, to construct a portfolio of four waste-to-energy facilities in South Korea.
BP Plc slashed its dividend for the first time in a decade and set out new targets to accelerate its shift to greener energy after the coronavirus pandemic upended the oil business.
The board of directors of Russia’s Inter RAO has approved the company’s long-term development program until 2025 with an outlook for 2030, the energy holding said in a statement on Monday.
Marathon Petroleum will idle two refineries indefinitely, transforming them into a terminal and a renewable diesel facility, the company said in an update.
China may have saddled itself with as much as $42 billion in unpaid renewable energy subsidies, but it pales in comparison to the enormous amount of money Europe is pumping into ambitious renewable transition plans even as the continent is ravaged by a global pandemic.
Australian takeover target Infigen Energy on Monday warned revenue and earnings would be “materially lower” in the current financial year as it grapples with a substantial drop in wholesale electricity prices due to the coronavirus crisis.
At Japanese electronics retailer Nojima’s sales outlet in Fujisawa, south of Tokyo, Tadashi Sato, 72, is defining a work culture that could soon become commonplace in a country with a fast-ageing and shrinking population.
The consequence of Covid-19 on oil products, according to Professor Samuele Furfari*.