India’s power minister R.K. Singh has offered Brazilian investors support to invest in...
India seeks Brazilian investment in energy sector
India’s power minister R.K. Singh has offered Brazilian investors support to invest in India’s energy sector, one of the world’s fastest-growing. Speaking at a seminar in Delhi this morning, Singh said that India’s current per-capita energy consumption is low but is set to triple in the near future to meet India’s aspirations on the world stage.
The UK invests over £50m into clean energy projects in Africa
The UK Government has announced investments worth over £50m into innovative, clean technology as the UK works with African countries to develop sustainable energy sources.
Renewable energy to create 35 million power sector jobs: Report
Solar, wind power and other renewable energy sources will create 35 million jobs globally by 2050, according to a report from the Lappeenranta University of Technology in Finland.
Nigerian national grid collapses, triggering blackouts
The Nigerian national grid experienced its first collapse for 2020 on Thursday, 16 January, leading to blackouts across the country.
Features of ARTeMIS Modal
ARTeMIS Modal is a powerful and versatile tool designed for the following analysis types: Operational Modal Analysis (OMA); Experimental Modal Analysis (EMA); Operating Deflection Shapes (ODS); and Structural Health Monitoring (SHM).
And justice for all: new issue of Future Power Technology
In this issue: the need for an energy transition to deliver social change, California’s renewable infrastructure challenges, the power of PPAs, and more.
Extinction Rebellion protesters arrested after climbing a Dundee rig
Seven Extinction Rebellion activists have been arrested at Dundee harbour, Scotland, after boarding a Valaris-owned and Shell-chartered jack-up rig as part of a protest against the oil and gas industry.
SSE refused permission for Platin Peaker power plant due to greenhouse gas fears
Scottish energy company SSE faces a major setback to its plans to develop an oil-fired power generation plant at Platin, Co Meath, Ireland after the project was refused planning permission because of concerns over greenhouse gas emissions.
Energy M&As in 2020: Deals interview with Sidley Austin
As 2019 comes to an end, how does Energy M&A activity in the power and oil and gas sectors compare to previous years? And what does 2020 hold for the industries?
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