The world’s leading power industry operations and technologies companies operate an average of 124.6 subsidiaries each. We reveal the global hotspots for these operations.
Civil engineering company Ramboll has opened a new office in Tokyo after securing five contracts for new wind farms in Japan, China, Taiwan and South Korea.
Fibre-optic cable manufacturer Nexans has opened a new production facility in Tianjin, China, to meet growing global demand for clean energy and electricity.
In 2020, new ground was broken as renewable power capacity became cheaper than fossil fuel, which could save emerging economies $6bn a year.
Artificial intelligence can reduce oil spills and methane gas leaks for oil and gas companies, but its use comes with its own environmental costs.
A failure to meet carbon emissions targets means that countries face a disorderly energy transition, according to a Verisk Maplecroft report.
In trying to meet UN Sustainable Development Goals, is foreign investment aimed at increasing electricity access in Africa doing more harm than good?
UK-based renewable technology company ONYX Insight has opened a new office in Shanghai, China to accelerate growth in the Asia-Pacific region.
Distributed power was supposed to solve Africa’s electricity deficit, but much more investment is needed in off-grid and mini-grid solutions to make up this shortfall.
China has been funding dirty energy worldwide for more than a decade. Finally, a countervailing force is taking shape from the EU, US and others.
The UK government wants state-owned investors to fund major energy transition projects, but how much appetite will they have for these assets?
China continues to drive the creation of fossil fuel energy generation worldwide, especially in developing countries.