Renewables and new technologies could push power emissions to zero but would do so in different ways across global markets.
BP CEO expresses concerns about the impact of COVID-19 in a ‘pivotal moment’ for the world.
Wood, the global engineering and consulting company, has secured two solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts from an American power and energy company worth over $200 million on June 16.
The French energy giant will acquire a 51% stake in the Seagreen 1 project, which, once completed, will be Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm.
“With demand for capital high and many traditional sources of capital retreating, the fund is seeking opportunities in the global transition away from traditional hydrocarbons,” EIG President Randy Wade says.
All 50 states in the U.S. show solar job losses as the industry outpaces the overall economy in job losses, according to a new report from trade group Solar Energy Industries Association.
South Korea's SK Innovation Co. Ltd., a supplier for Volkswagen and Ford Motors, will spend $727 million to build its second electric vehicle (EV) battery plant in the United States, the company said on April 28.
Wood, the global engineering and consulting company, has secured a number of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) onshore wind contracts in the United States worth a combined $100 million, the company said on April 14.