The Board of the Fund for Responding to Loss and Damage Holds Historic First Meeting

The Board of the fund for responding to loss and damage wrapped up its historic first meeting in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, last week. The meeting marks a significant step forward for the fund, which was operationalized at the…

OTC 2024: Nigeria, Others to Discuss Regional Investments Opportunities, Collaboration

New House International leads SME trade delegation to OTC 2024   African oil and gas executives alongside Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) operators are set to discuss opportunities and collaborations for investment in the industry at the 2024 Offshore Technology…

Harnessing GIS and Emerging Spatial Technologies for Carbon Credit Development in Africa

By Christopher Burke   Africa holds immense potential to contribute to global efforts mitigating carbon emissions based on the continent’s vast natural resources, biodiversity and rapidly growing economies.  Unlocking this potential requires innovative approaches that leverage cutting-edge technologies such as…

Germany’s parliament passes reform of climate emissions law

By Andreas Hoenig, dpa   The lower house of Germany’s parliament, the Bundestag, has passed a controversial reform of the country’s Climate Protection Act, which will significantly overhaul how targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions are implemented. The proposed changes…

Water for the future: Tangiers takes steps to secure its blue gold

Overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar at the northern tip of Morocco, Tangiers is a cosmopolitan place and gateway to the great continent of Africa   The white city of Tangiers wakes gently at daybreak. Schoolchildren mill up and down the…

Africa Teems with Clean Energy Prospects, Ahead of Invest in African Energy (IAE) Forum

European energy companies are invited to attend Energy Capital & Power’s Invest in African Energy forum in Paris, which will showcase Africa’s latest developments in LNG, renewables, green hydrogen and carbon capture   European partners have been vocal about plans…

Bavarian leader: Revoke EU ban on car CO2 emissions from 2035

Bavarian Premier Markus Söder has again called for an EU-wide ban on the emission of CO2 from cars from 2035 to be withdrawn in the runup to elections to the European Parliament in June. “The ban on combustion engines for…

Trina Storage and Pacific Green sign Letter of Intent of 1500 MWh energy storage system at WFES

At the World Future Energy Summit held in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates from April 16 to 18 the global energy storage and technology companies, Trina Storage and Pacific Green, had signed a letter of intent relating to…

IAE 2024 Sets to Shape Africa’s Energy Future with collaborations and Investments

Invest in African Energy 2024 (IAE) is set to take place as a pivotal forum, fostering collaboration between global investors and Africa’s burgeoning energy markets. This exclusive two-day event scheduled to take place from May 14 to 15, 2024, at…

A Century of Impact: Total Energies Celebrates

TotalEnergies celebrates 100th anniversary Reflects on Establishment and Impact   TotalEnergies, alongside it’s over 100,000 employees in 120 countries worldwide, are over the moon, pleased and proud to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Company’s creation. TotalEnergies’ 100-year history tells…

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