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From soaring high energy bills to carbon neutrality

When former Aurecon managing director for Asia and past president of global engineering body FIDIC, Tony Barry, began looking at his soaring household energy consumption, he ended up on a journey that led him to reduced energy costs and being well on the way to becoming carbon neutral on electricity usage. Barry describes his journey here.

EU countries already hitting some sustainable energy targets for 2030, new...

A new study has revealed that some EU states are reaching their sustainable energy targets a decade early.

Global shocks are affecting energy transition progress, says new WEF report

As countries shift their focus to energy security at the expense of equity, a much speedier and more inclusive energy transition is still required to deliver a sustainable, secure and equitable energy future.

100MW floating windfarm moves forward

The Welsh Government has granted permission for floating windfarm more than twice the size of the world's largest. 

Fusion is crucial for a low carbon future for humankind but...

Karoly Tamas Olajos tells international engineering experts that the scale of developing fusion energy needs unique ways of working. 

AfDB provides Desert to Power training in Chad

African Development Bank (AfDB) has provided financial modelling training to staff of the government of Chad as they prepare the national utility for Desert to Power interventions in the country. 

Nigeria’s 2060 Energy Transition Plan ‘a practical and holistic approach’

Nigerian vice president Yemi Osinbajo makes case for decisive action on net zero and universal energy, launching major programmes that industry has been quick to support.  

Atkins: Sizewell C planning permission addresses skills challenge

The UK’s plan to renew its nuclear energy capacity given a boost as Business Secretary grants permission for development of two new reactors. 

Partnership agreed to develop UK battery storage project

Green Investment Group (GIG) and Bluestone Energy have entered into an agreement to develop up to 2GW of UK battery storage projects.

World Bank: Türkiye set for $146bn in climate savings

New report says Türkiye can reap $146bn over 20 years if it boosts climate resilience and adaptation and mitigates greenhouse gases across its economy.
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