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Automobile manufacturers are concerned that Canada’s electric vehicle charging plan may fall short of its sales targets

According to a new study, Canada needs to more than increase twice the number of public chargers in the next three years, and triple it by the end of the decade. However,…

Greece wants to cut the time it takes to license renewable energy and energy storage to about 14 months

The Greek Ministry of Environment and Energy has released the long-awaited legislative framework for energy storage, renewable energy licensing, as well as floating photovoltaics for public comment. The basic objectives…

CIP has raised €375 million for a bioenergy fund

CIP’s (Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners) CI Advanced Bioenergy Fund I, a vehicle that focuses on sophisticated biogas and biofuels production facilities in North America and Europe, has attained a €375 million first…

There are four ways to participate in Ann Arbor’s sustainable energy future

Officials in Ann Arbor are hoping that renewable energy will provide 100 percent of the city’s electricity by 2030, and one part of the equation is the creation of a…

Africa’s energy future will be clean

Africa’s rapid economic growth poses a significant energy issue, which is compounded by growing expectations for more resilience and sustainability. One of the continent’s most pressing development concerns is finding…