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China Has Power To Send The Philippines Into A Blackout

China potentially have the power to be able to turn off the Philippines national grid, officials have said.

Australias National Grid Has Over Half Of Its Electricity Generated From Renewable Sources For...

For the first time ever, renewable energy has provided for 50% of the demand for Australia’s power grid.

ABB Providing HVDC To Connect The Worlds Largest Wind farm To The UK

ABB has been chosen by the energy companies Equinor and SSE Renewables to connect the world’s largest offshore windfarms to the transmission network of the UK.

Geothermal Energy: A Solution To Indonesia’s Fossil Fuel Reliance?

Indonesia is a country still extremely reliant on fossil fuels, however it has an untapped potential of geothermal energy which could make the country greener.

Investment of $90 Billion To Boost Saudi Arabia’s Energy Sector

The energy sector of Saudi Arabia is on the brink of a high-speed transformation as a $90 Billion USD investment is about to pumped into it.

Germany Turning Their Gas Power Plants Back On

Germany is currently in the process of turning their natural gas power plants back on. Uniper, a major supplier of electricity in Germany and...

South Africa Have Announced Their New Power Generation Plan

South Africa have announced that over the next decade, the nation’s electricity generation will be produced through a mix of renewable energy and coal...

Renewable Energy Sources Produce More Electricity Than Fossil Fuels In The UK

For the first time since the industrial revolution, renewable energy sources produced more electricity for homes and businesses in the UK than fossil fuels....

Off Grid Solar Facilities: A Life Line For Kenyan Communities

Changing heat temperatures from climate change is a worldwide problem effecting all nations, and Kenya is not exempt from this. Temperatures in Kenya have...

How Does Cambodia Improve Its Electricity Security Problem?

Cambodia still faces an electricity crisis, with high prices and blackouts regularly occurring. However, there are steps the government can take to improve this.