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The National Infrastructure Committee on Monday agreed to deposit plans for a private sector gas-fired power station called Kesem, near Rosh Ha’ayin and the Arab city of Kafr Qasim in the center of the country, overriding the opposition of the ministries of energy and environmental protection, as well as municipal authorities.
Essar plans to produce large quantities of hydrogen at its Cheshire refinery in a boost to government efforts to increase uptake of the clean-burning fuel.
Growing up in a village in Burkina Faso, Georges Bazongo remembers his parents and neighbours cutting down trees each year to expand their farmland so they could “grow enough food for our families to eat”.
‘Climate pariah’: Campaigners urge Blackrock to strengthen coal exclusion policy after counting $85bn of coal investments
A report published this morning by Reclaim Finance and Urgewald argues the world’s largest asset manager continues to play a leading role in supporting the coal sector, despite promises made this time last year by chief executive Larry Fink to put sustainability at the heart of all the investment giant’s decisions and to exit investments that “present a high-sustainability risk”, such as thermal coal producers.
Countries dependent on oil revenues for much of their budgets will become increasingly vulnerable to problems caused by the global energy transition, the head of the International Energy Agency, Fatih Birol, told Bloomberg in an interview.
Cricketer Hanuma Vihari, whose match-saving knock in Sydney enabled India to draw the Test match against Australia Monday, has won the internet with his clap back at BJP leader Babul Supriyo.
Writing in his first CEO letter, Versey said it is essential that the asset manager grasps the opportunities to reposition its “businesses, economies and societies on a more sustainable footing”.
The new 24MW electrolyser, which Linde claims will be the world’s largest, will produce green hydrogen to supply Linde’s industrial customers through the company’s existing pipeline network.
Solar and wind currently hold an 11% share in Turkey’s total energy generation but this share is forecast to increase to 36% by 2040.