All articles by GlobalData Energy

  1. Twitter round-up: Solar trends in November 2019

    Power Technology lists ten most popular tweets on solar power in November 2019. The list is based on data procured…
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    10 Dec
  2. Solar trends for November 2019: Renewable energy leads twitter mentions

    Power Technology lists the top five terms tweeted in solar in November 2019, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform….
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    9 Dec
  3. Oman seeks firms for electricity spot market system tests

    Oman has initially planned to introduce a spot market for wholesale electricity trading by 2019-20. Oman Power & Water Procurement…
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    4 Dec
  4. 3D printing is the way forward for the power sector

    3D printing, a cutting-edge technology, is steadily opening up opportunities for the power industry. It has applications in numerous facets…
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    29 Nov
  5. Brexit black cloud casts a shadow over the power sector

    Britain’s Brexit drama was extended until 31 January 2020 amid political twists and turns. The UK’s power industry remains haunted…
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    29 Nov
  6. Wind and solar are fastest growing renewables in Croatia

    Renewable power comprising wind and solar are the fastest-growing electricity generation sources in Croatia. It is expected that the share…
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    27 Nov
  7. Global distribution transformers market to grow steadily to reach $15.4bn in 2023

    The global distribution transformers market is estimated to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.25% to reach…
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    14 Nov
  8. Global wind power market expected to approach $125bn by 2030

    The size of the global wind power market increased from $71.6bn in 2010 to $96.4bn in 2018, which represents a…
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    12 Nov
  9. Bidders await decision on 1.5GW Kuwait solar project

    Kuwait National Petroleum Company received bids for the 1.5GW Al-Dibdibah solar project in April Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) has…
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    11 Nov
  10. India takes steps to disqualify imported solar cells from reaping benefits under government schemes

    The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), the governing body for renewable energy development in India, has said that…
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    7 Nov
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