Global CO2 levels now 50% above pre-industrial era, warn US scientists

Global CO2 levels continue to rise, and are now 50% higher than their level before the onset of the industrial era, US scientists announced. Independent measurements taken by the U... Read More

EESL targets ceiling fans in energy efficiency drive

Energy Efficiency Services Ltd will seek to deploy about 10 million energy efficient ceiling fans across India, the company said, as part of its moves to improve energy consumption... Read More

Asia's largest coal-linked carbon capture unit comes on stream in China

 China has operationalized the largest coal-linked carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) facility in Asia, Reuters reports, citing a report on broadcaster China Centr... Read More

LyondellBasell to test new olefins furnace in attempt to curb emissions

LyondellBasell plans to test a new electric furnace in olefins production at its plant at Channelview, Texas, the company announced on Thursday. The chemical maker announced the si... Read More

JPMorgan Chase announces $200 million in CDR deals

JPMorgan Chase on Tuesday announced it will spend $200 million to help scale the growth and development of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technologies. The US banking behemoth aims t... Read More

‘Women Energize Women’: Recharging gender parity

The 'Women Energize Women' conference held under the umbrella event: The smarter E 2022, successfully concluded its very first run, on May 12, 2022, in Munich. The event was organi... Read More

Allkem, Livent merge to create world's third largest lithium miner

US-based Livent and Australia-based Allkem are combining in a $10.6 billion all-stock deal that will create the world's third-largest producer of lithium, a metal pivotal to making... Read More

Microsoft deal puts fusion power in spotlight

Is this the watershed moment for nuclear fusion? Or have two companies jumped the gun? Microsoft has signed a deal for electricity generated from nuclear fusion, in the first such ... Read More

UAE bats in favor of fossil fuels, suggests cutting emissions instead

The United Arab Emirates has pushed back in favour of conventional sources of energy, suggesting countries agree to phase out emissions rather than fossil fuels. Countries should a... Read More

World Utilities Congress puts sustainable power, water supplies in spotlight

On the second day of the World Utilities Congress 2023 being held at Abu Dhabi, UAE, global leaders addressed on solutions to ensure sustainable, reliable, and affordable power and... Read More