Agreement signed with Shanghai Fengling Renewables and Serbia Zijin Copper is the start of Serbia's largest-ever renewable energy project.
The EU has long positioned itself as a global champion of green energy and the world’s battle against climate change but the Red Sea Crisis and a mooted ban on Russian aluminium imports are undermining those goals.
Existing study for Rogun Dam’s impact is outdated.
Low-emissions electricity generation will outpace robust electricity demand growth for the next three years. This is because renewables are growing rapidly and nuclear power is on track to reach a new all-time high in 2025, says a new IEA report.
Notus Energy is expanding in Southeast Europe after successfully building Kosovo’s largest wind farm.
A wave of “New Denial” of climate change is rising online, with potentially dire consequences, according to a study.
Over the next ten years, climate change and its consequences will pose the greatest risk to the world. That’s according to roughly 1,500 global experts.
The International Energy Agency has released a major report that found the world’s renewable capacity was up by half in 2023 and is currently growing at the fastest pace ever.
Mongolia’s deep and untapped uranium reserves are generating global interest, allowing the landlocked nation to richly diversify its diplomacy.
A public hearing will be held in late March on the US Treasury Department’s new and controversial clean hydrogen guidance, unveiled just before Christmas. And fierce lobbying is now under way to try and influence the final rules.
A breakthrough in producing power by fusion reactions is expected in 2024, according to S&P Global.
An update on infrastructure development and investment in Central Asia.
In November 2024 Azerbaijan will host one of the largest international events, the COP29 climate summit, as Baku ramps up its renewable strategy.
Southeast Europe’s biggest energy company buys into wind and solar power company and EV charging network.
14th tender for the Cebren hydropower plant with one of the world's tallest dams fails after efforts that started back in the 1960s.
The final COP28 agreement calls for a "historic" transition away from fossil fuels and a trebling of renewables. But in the end it seems the fossil fuel lobby won.
The Arctic region is heating up faster than any other part of the world, according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s 2023 Arctic Report Card.
COP28 ran overtime, and nearly 200 countries finally agreed to transition away from fossil fuels, and to triple renewable energy and double energy efficiency.
The first week of COP28 has ended, and climate diplomats must now hammer out the final agreements.
Climate change has pushed the world into a precarious position concerning numerous planetary 'tipping points,' according to an extensive scientific evaluation completed by over 200 researchers.