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EIB is providing €49 million to support Iniziative Bresciane S.p.A., which aims to install 12 small run-of-river hydroelectric plants in Tuscany, Italy.
The budget reconciliation framework includes $555 billion for climate change and clean energy -- the largest investment ever by Congress.
To increase the role played by offshore wind energy in mitigating climate change, deployment needs to ramp up across the globe. A new roadmap launched by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and the UN Global Compact aims to achieve that goal.
President Joe Biden’s new climate strategy, announced after his original plan crumbled under opposition in Congress, will represent a historic investment in clean energy technology and infrastructure if it is enacted. But it is still not likely to be enough to meet the administration’s emissions reduction goals for 2030.
What is COP26? Here’s how global climate negotiations work and what’s expected from the Glasgow summit
The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report, released in August 2021, warns in its strongest terms yet that human activities have unequivocally warmed the planet, and that climate change is now widespread, rapid, and intensifying.
With bipartisan energy compromise now law, advocates and some Democrats look to the budget to help protect the state’s poorest ratepayers.
Puerto Rico has a once-in-a-lifetime chance to build a clean energy grid – but FEMA plans to spend $9.4 billion on fossil fuel infrastructure instead
The Biden Administration has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help Puerto Rico transition to a greener and more resilient energy future, but it’s on the verge of making a multibillion-dollar mistake.
Recent regulatory actions by FWS show that the Biden administration seeks both to ensure avian conservation and to accelerate the already rapid development and deployment of renewables and transmission infrastructure.
By Russell RayUnit 6 of the damaged Syano-Shushenskaya hydropower plant was placed back into service in February 2010. The long-term plan to restore the plant calls for the installation of ten new units by 2010.
Both Senate and House Committees took action to restore funding for the Department of Energy's geothermal research program, which the Administration's budget had proposed to close. The Senate Energy and Water Subcommittee voted to restore full funding for the DOE geothermal research program in FY 2007, which now provides $22.5 million for geothermal research, similar to previous years.