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Why drought could limit hydropower’s role in the energy mix

Venezuela recently imposed electricity rationing after a drought drained water from reservoirs used for hydroelectric energy generation. Here, Julian Turner talks to Peter Gleick of the Pacific Institute about climate change, the transition to a low-carbon economy and the role of hydropower in the global energy mix.

The world’s biggest power companies in 2018

China’s state-owned electric utility State Grid, with revenue of $315bn, is by far the world’s biggest power company. Out of the remaining nine biggest companies engaged in the power business, six are in Europe, two are in Asia and one is based in the US. Power-technology.com lists the world’s biggest power companies based on 2017 revenues.

On track: clean energy in the US fights on

The Trump administration’s demands for deep cuts to clean energy investment have not been met in the US Government’s new omnibus spending package. What might be possible with this boosted funding, and what might the political ramifications be?

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