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GE’s Jeff Immelt to step down
GE CEO and president Jeff Immelt is stepping down from his executive post in August, and as president at the end of the year.
Synthetic natural gas ‘could be carbon neutral’
The discovery of a catalyst that makes it possible to use sunlight to turn carbon dioxide into synthetic natural gas could make carbon neutral ‘fossil’ fuel a viable option.
US coalition proposes consensus climate solution
A broad coalition of industrial firms, opinion leaders and environmental organisations has launched a new initiative that proposes the implementation of a market-based solution...
Lyon Group launches tender for battery services
Australian infrastructure firm Lyon Group has launched a tender for companies interested in purchasing services from a portfolio of planned large-scale solar and battery energy...
Centrica sells UK gas firing assets
Energy firm Centrica is selling two gas-fired power plants in the UK and also says it will close its Rough gas storage facility as it shifts its business towards...
Vattenfall expands in UK
Vattenfall has expanded its business operations in the UK by acquiring gas and electricity retailer iSupplyEnergy.
UK sector to work collectively on low carbon
The UK’s Carbon Trust has brought together key energy companies in a collaboration aimed at addressing key issues preventing an effective transition to a low carbon energy system.
Energy transition is ‘unstoppable’ – Bloomberg latest report
The just published New Energy Outlook from Bloomberg reveals a slew of startling figures that show an even more dramatic low-carbon transition than previously thought.
IRENA and SGCC to increase co-operation on energy transition
IRENA and the State Grid Corporation of China have agreed to increase significantly their level of co-operation with a view to advancing the energy transition under global and...
2 MW gas engine launched by Siemens
Siemens has launched its new 2 MW gas engine, the E-series.