27 Feb 2020
ENGIE Africa Brings Off-Grid Power to Over 4 Million People
ENGIE Africa brings Off-Grid Power to over 4 Million People, establishing its Position as Market Leader on the Continent
26 Feb 2020
Huge Improvement in See-Through Solar Skins
The development of next generation solar power technology that has potential to be used as a flexible 'skin' over hard surfaces has moved a step closer, thanks to a significant breakthrough.
25 Feb 2020
Futuristic Desert City to get Water Using Solar Technology
Technology researched at Cranfield University that harnesses concentrated solar power to desalinate sea water is being adopted by a new smart city under construction in Saudi Arabia.
31 Jan 2020
AI Helping to Inform on the Corona Virus Outbreak
This global early warning system combines more than 100 datasets with proprietary algorithms to deliver critical insights on the spread of infectious diseases.
28 Jan 2020
BESIX Awarded New BOT Contract in Waste-to-Resource Sector in Dubai
BESIX will build and operate for 16.5 years renewable energy production facilities at Al Qusais, Dubai. The Landfill Gas-to-Energy contract was awarded to BESIX by Dubai Municipality.
10 Jan 2020
Plant Based Pork From Impossible Foods
The food tech startup is providing an exclusive first taste of Impossible Pork -- a plant-based upgrade to the world's most ubiquitous meat. Impossible Foods is also launching Impossible Sausage, which debuts in late January at 139 Burger King restaurants in a limited-time test of the Impossible Croissan'wich.
3 Dec 2019
Ralph Lauren to Use 100% Renewable Energy by 2025
Ralph Lauren Corp announced a series of pledges related to sustainability, including a commitment to power all of its globally owned and operated offices, distribution centers and stores with 100% renewable electricity by 2025 and join RE100, a group of the world's most influential businesses committed to the use of renewable power.
5 Nov 2019
PowerCell Sign Development Contract with Havyard Group
PowerCell Sweden AB has signed a contract with Norwegian Havyard Group ASA regarding the development of the design and the technical specifications for a zero-emissions fuel cell system. The system may come to be installed on board a vessel that will service the shipping company Havila Kystruten's new route from Bergen to Kirkenes.
29 Oct 2019
3D Printed Houses From Locally Sourced Clay
TECLA will be the first house to be entirely 3D printed using locally sourced clay
A biodegradable and recyclable 'km 0 natural' material which will effectively make the building zero-waste.
27 Sep 2019
Ships powered by solid oxide fuel cells
Bloom Energy and Samsung Heavy Industries announced a collaboration to design and develop ships powered by Bloom Energy's solid oxide fuel cell technology.
16 Sep 2019
Support for minigrid development in Sierra Leone
A feasibility study to provide the technical and financial analysis necessary to implement approximately 45 minigrids in Sierra Leone.
5 Sep 2019
ENGIE acquires Mobisol, becomes market leader in off-grid solar Africa
ENGIE expands its decentralized energy offering in Africa through the acquisition of Mobisol, a pioneer of off-grid solar solutions. Mobisol has operations in Tanzania, Rwanda, and Kenya and has installed more than 150,000 solar home systems, providing clean and reliable energy to over 750,000 people in Sub-Saharan Africa.
16 Aug 2019
IDTechEx: advanced wound care market to exceed $22 billion by 2030
IDTechEx, a market intelligence company focusing on emerging technologies, have released a new report titled "Advanced Wound Care Technologies 2020-2030". In the report, IDTechEx forecasts the market for advanced wound care technologies to exceed $22 billion by the year 2030.
28 Jun 2019
Rapid test for malaria using a graphene biosensor
Researchers are developing a device that allows the early diagnosis of malaria, in a fast and reliable way, and at an accessible cost.
26 Jun 2019
Creation of Africa mini-grid system
Africa is still facing a serious problem of energy access. On this immense continent, many cities remain off-grid. With a population of more than 200 million, Nigeria is a country comprising 36 states, only one of which has an electricity network.
20 Jun 2019
UNDP and IRENA join forces to advance low-carbon energy transition
The United Nations Development Programme and the International Renewable Energy Agency ( announced a global partnership to accelerate low-carbon energy transition and offer concrete steps to achieve sustainable development. Under the cooperation, the organizations will explore joint initiatives aimed at accelerating the implementation of the Agenda 2030, and stimulating renewable energy investments in developing countries.
31 May 2019
Falling Renewable Power Costs Open Door to Greater Climate Ambition
Renewable power is the cheapest source of electricity in many parts of the world already today, the latest report from the International Renewable Energy Agency shows.
1 May 2019
Wearable to detect infant breathing problems
An innovative wearable sensor to monitor new-born babies in poor areas is being developed. Academics will create wearable technology to accurately measure the respiratory rate in new-born babies, specifically for areas where access to healthcare is poor.
29 Apr 2019
University of San Francisco carbon neutral 30 years ahead of goal
The University of San Francisco has met its goal of zero net carbon emissions more than 30 years ahead of its 2050 target date set in 2014 with a series of large and small steps, including reducing campus water use by 30 percent and switching to green cleaning supplies, to installing micro turbines that produce heat and electricity right on campus and purchasing mission-driven carbon offsets.