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In a world-first, India’s dozen major ports now run fully on renewable energy

The dozen state-owned major ports in the country have switched to renewable energy to meet their entire power requirements, making India the first nation to have all government-owned ports running on solar and wind energy.

Ireland unveils plan for 70 per cent renewable energy by 2030

Ireland has published its long-awaited Renewable Electricity Support Scheme, unveiling details on how the country will increase its share of renewable energy to 70% by 2030.

Heliogen, a clean energy startup, announces solar technology breakthrough

With their technology, concentrated solar energy can now create the extreme heat required to make cement, steel, glass and other industrial processes - replacing fossil fuels in a heavy carbon-emitting corner of the economy.

Renewable energy booms in Afghanistan

In addition to emerging solar projects, Afghanistan’s national utility company Da Afghanistan a $43 million wind power project will soon be launched in Herat province.

Renewable energy booms in Afghanistan

In addition to emerging solar projects, Afghanistan’s national utility company Da Afghanistan a $43 million wind power project will soon be launched in Herat province.

Germany’s CO2 emissions set to fall “markedly” in 2019 as energy use declines

Germany is headed for second consecutive year of substantial reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, as a sharp drop in coal consumption is driving a decline of the country’s overall energy use in 2019.

India cancels plans for huge coal power stations as solar energy prices hit record low

India has cancelled plans to build nearly 14 gigawatts of coal-fired power stations – about the same as the total amount in the UK – with the price for solar electricity “free falling” to levels once considered impossible.

Samsung team up with Bulb for world’s first home energy control service

SmartThings Energy Control' helps people with smart meters monitor their energy use in (almost) real-time from the convenience of their smartphone or tablet.

India replaces ten million conventional streetlights with ‘energy-efficient’ LEDs

These LED streetlights have helped the country to reduce its greenhouse gas emission by 4.63 million tonnes annually.

IKEA will produce more energy than it consumes by 2020

IKEA will generate more renewable energy before the end of 2019 than the energy its stores use. Ultimately, it plans to be climate-positive by 2030.

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