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Can Innovation Diplomacy End the Climate Gamble?

With today’s global challenges urging equally global responses, an overlooked subset of diplomacy emerges as potentially pivotal: innovation diplomacy, a discipline related to the...

Energy crisis prompts SMEs to boost renewables, energy savings

The energy crisis, high prices and threat of supply disruption following Russia’s war against Ukraine has prompted many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to...

Full speed ahead speed towards digital & green transition in Lisbon

Transport plays a key role in reaching a global carbon-neutral economy, with climate change progressing faster than expected and countries struggling to meet the...

BP acquires EV fleet charging provider AMPLY Power in US

BP said on December 7 the UK company took its first major step into electrification in the US with the acquisition of AMPLY Power,...

Moscow Mayor inspects model of the future electric passenger ship

On July 15, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin inspected the model of the future Moscow passenger electric ship – the first in the world that...

Starting from 2021, Moscow to stop buying diesel buses for passenger transport fleet

Starting from 2021, Moscow will stop buying diesel buses for passenger transport fleet, Moscow Transport said on July 1, adding that the Russian capital...

Charged up EU takes on China in battery battle

BRATISLAVA - The European Union has attracted massive investment along the battery value chain, boosting its energy and raw materials independence, as the EU...

Electrifying Europe with wind energy may lead to net zero emissions

Electrification is the most cost-effective way to decarbonise Europe’s economy by 2050, a report from ETIPWind and WindEurope shows.According to the report released on...

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