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World Bank Commits $1 Billion To Battery Storage In Developing Countries

September 27th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill

The World Bank Group announced at the One Planet Summit in New York on Wednesday a commitment of $1 billion for a new global program to accelerate the investment in battery storage for energy systems across developing and middle-income countries in an effort to further ramp-up the use of renewable energy


Climate Finance: The Hottest Issue At COP22

November 14th, 2016 | by Sandy Dechert

Climate finance is likely the most important issue the delegates of COP22 are working on. The term refers to the local, national, or transnational loans, grants, and other financing put forward to meet climate change goals. Finance may come from public, private, and/or alternative sources. The table below presents current sources of climate finance data


Innovative, New Approach to Low-Head, Low-Flow Water Power

August 30th, 2011 | by Guest Contributor

Interest and investment in low-head (vertical drop), low-flow hydro power peaked a century ago. This corresponds to the rise of interest in hydro turbines. The improved power output of the larger units dictated their priority over traditional stream and water wheels



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