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What clean energy industry is largely limited to Europe and China but has massive potential in emerging markets? Our NEW report has the answer:
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TRF Climate 9h
From pig power to cleaner stoves, the world of carbon offsets explained
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World Bank Energy 11h
The Super Six projects in will help meet growing demand, deliver power at a lower cost, & reduce reliance on highly polluting imported fuel.
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RCREEE Nov 14
November 14, 2019- Cairo, Egypt: In cooperation with , RCREEE organized a workshop tackling the recovery of Electricity service in Yemen. More:
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World Bank Energy Nov 14
"In , cooking on traditional stoves was the main cause of particulate matter (PM2.5) - the single most dangerous air pollutant." via
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World Bank Energy Nov 12
DYK that cash crops can be grown under panels? 🌞Successful full-scale agriculture has been demonstrated beneath the panels of solar farms in , , , , , , & .
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World Bank Energy Nov 12
access makes communities safer, healthier and more productive. It powers schools, clinics, and homes. But in Sub-Saharan , millions still live in darkness. Learn more about how we can change that:
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World Bank Nov 7
Two-thirds of Nepalese firms identify unreliable electricity as a major obstacle to doing business. A new 216-megawatt hydropower project will offer a clean energy solution. |
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World Bank Energy Nov 6
“It is not acceptable as a matter of human dignity, of public health, of environmental damage, of & of economic harm, that access to remains a failing target” - ’s Rohit Khanna
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World Bank Energy Nov 6
The global movement to end routine gas flaring continues to strengthen – has just endorsed Zero Routine Flaring
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World Bank Energy Nov 6
in sub-Saharan alone, the opportunity cost from using inefficient stoves totals $32 billion every year? We want to help change that:
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NL Enterprise Agency Nov 5
“Supported by The Netherlands, Norway, UK and Denmark the World Bank is setting up a 500M US Clean Cooking Fund as incentive to governments and private sector to scale up investments and deliver impact, said Yabei Zhang senior energy expert for the World Bank at today”
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World Bank Energy Nov 5
NEW BLOG: A comprehensive assessment across 7 countries—, , , , the , , & —highlights what it takes to mobilize commercial financing for utility scale . Learn more:
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World Bank Energy Nov 5
NEW REPORT presents case studies on the technical potential for offshore wind in , , , the , , , , and :
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World Bank Energy Nov 5
Out of all our targets to increase access to , improve energy efficiency, expand -- boosting is the one target that's going in the wrong direction. The Fund hopes to reverse this trend:
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World Bank Energy Nov 5
No one’s life should be limited by how they cook. Yet globally, 3 billion people still depend on polluting, inefficient stoves to cook their food. Tune in to the Clean Cooking Forum Nov 5-7 and join our discussion on what
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World Bank Energy Nov 5
A must read from on why it is so critical to invest in clean cooking, & what we are doing about it! : The use of firewood, coal, crop waste, & kerosene for cooking & heating has serious health, economic, & environmental consequences...
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World Bank Energy Nov 4
Let’s come clean about dirty cooking. Polluting fuels and technologies lead to 4.3 million deaths/year. That has to stop. Learn more about the 's contributions to clean cooking solutions:
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World Bank Energy Nov 4
Investing in energy: What do commercial investors need most? 1) The ability of the public off-taker to pay for power purchased and 2) Clear rules governing private investment. More in our new blog:
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World Bank Energy Nov 4
What clean energy industry is largely limited to Europe and China but has massive potential in emerging markets? Our NEW report has the answer:
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