2017 Was a Record Breaking Year for Renewables, But More Needs to Be Done

2017 broke the record for increased renewable energy capacity, Reuters reported Sunday. But it still isn’t enough to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in line with the goals of the Paris agreement. These are the conclusions of the Renewables 2018 Global Status Report, the most recent annual report from Renewable Energy …

Thomas LUBECK, IFC: Tailwinds to the Financial Market

International Finance Corporation – IFC, one of the five members of the World Bank Group, is the world’s largest institution that encourages economic development by investing in the private sector in emerging markets. Serbia became a shareholder and a member of IFC in 2001 by purchasing a small package of …

More Than 100 Cities Now Mostly Powered by Renewable Energy, Data Shows

The number of cities reporting they are predominantly powered by clean energy has more than doubled since 2015, as momentum builds for cities around the world to switch from fossil fuels to renewable sources. Data published on Tuesday by the not-for-profit environmental impact researcher CDP found that 101 of the …

PwC Pledges to Use 100 Per Cent Renewable Electricity by 2022

PwC has today pledged to switch to 100 per cent renewable power and step up efforts to further reduce its carbon footprint, after confirming it has surpassed all its current climate-related targets. The consultancy giant used an appearance at the Davos Summit to provide an update on its 10 year …

Chinese Technology Helps Cuba Build Largest Wind Farm

Cuba aims to become one of the more than 100 countries that will meet their energy demands with renewable sources like wind, water or sunlight by 2050, as experts predict. To reach that goal, Cuba plans to produce around 24 percent of its total energy needs from different renewable sources …