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Mitigation Finance Update: Which Banks Take Climate Action Seriously?

Brazil’s cement industry aims at reducing 35% of its emissions. Bank of America will mobilize USD 300 billion in sustainable finance by 2030. World Bank approved USD 200 million for a Off-Grid Energy Project in the West Africa and the Sahel Region.

The future of renewable infrastructure is uncertain without good planning

In 2005, a small hydropower plant was installed in the Sukajaya district of West Java, Indonesia. This was an off-the-grid project, owned by the community, that provided electricity locally through a mini-grid to about 150 households mainly for lighting.

Liberia: Liberia, Others to Benefit From World Bank $200 Million Electricity Package

[New Dawn] The Board of the World Bank Group approved on April 17, 2019 the Regional Off-Grid Electrification Project (ROGEP), which includes $150 million in the form of credit and grant from the International Development Association (IDA) and $74.7 million contingent recovery grant from the Clea

Earth Day since the 70s: A founder's tale

Puerto Rico sets ambitious new energy efficiency targets

REDD+ Advances in Indonesia, Mozambique and DRC as Renewable Energy Finance expands in Africa and Asia

Indonesia to receive first carbon payments from Norway for reductions in deforestation. The World Bank signed Emission Reductions Payment Agreements with Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of Congo and approved credit to increase renewable energy generation capacity in Bangladesh.

Gambia: Gambia Renewable Energy Program to Be Launched Today

[Foroyaa] The formal launch of the Gambia Renewable Energy Programme to generate 20MW of solar energy, provide 430 km of new transmission lines and the electrification of 1,100 Schools and health centres across the country, will be held today Monday, 4th March 2019, at the Ebujan Theatre in Kanif

Climate smart district

User generated Initiative

Hyllie Sustainable District – is the biggest development area in the city of Malmö aiming at becoming the most climate smart district of the entire Öresund region.

Cross-sectoral urban development plan

User generated Initiative

ECO2 Tampere is an internationally recognised project that has won and several sustainable development competitions. It is the most extensive cross-sectoral urban development plan in Finland that addresses energy efficiency, mobility, sustainable built environment and transportation.

Impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on Energy and Utilities, 2018

Publication / Report

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the biggest technological trends transforming every business sector across the world. With advances in computer technology, AI has scaled new heights in utility and application, exceeding all initial expectations.


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