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Russia is set to see significant growth in its renewable energy production in the next few years and will commission 438 MW of new renewable capacity this year.
Gone is the era when Uzbekistan’s late president Islam Karimov was walling off his country from its immediate neighbours.
The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, was held in person this year for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The theme of the meeting was “co-operation in a fragmented world," but Russia and China were a no show.
More than 10,000 cubic metres of waste including packaging, trees and discarded refrigerators cover sections of the Drina.
Glaciers are disappearing around the world. Here’s how it happens in Central Asia.
Packaging waste, household appliances, dead animals and other debris swept down Lim River to gather behind barrier protecting Potpec hydropower plant.
President says countries and financial institutions from which Bishkek borrowed could participate in construction of hydropower plants in his country.
Moscow accuses Kyiv of plotting to detonate a “dirty bomb” in a false-flag attack on its own territory, despite not providing any evidence to prove the claim.
Russia's President Putin has proposed establishing Turkey as a hub for delivering gas supplies to the EU, in response to multiple leaks that have rendered the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines inoperable. The proposal has been warmly received in Ankara.
Europe’s renewable energy supply chain is under threat from soaring power prices, says Rystad Energy of Oslo. As much as 25% of solar and battery manufacturing capacity in Europe is at risk, says the research firm.
Gas prices have fallen heavily in the last weeks, as it seems after Europe’s gas storage tanks hit the 80% full mark some of the panic is fading.
The record increase in UK wholesale gas prices in the last three years is the prime driver of the sky-high energy bills being faced by consumers, with the country’s renewables roll-out unable to keep prices down.
Waste generation has increased sharply in recent decades, but waste management infrastructure has in general failed to keep up.
Dushanbe has asked for EU financial and technological assistance to complete the construction of the world’s tallest dam that will make the country self-sufficient in electricity.
International investors are vying to build new solar and wind farms in Uzbekistan as the country tries to reduce emissions while also supplying power to its growing population.
The Vjosa is one of the last wild rivers in Europe and environmental groups have been campaigning to have it made a national park to prevent it being exploited for hydropower.
Russian generating company TGK1 (TGC1) announced it has signed a contract with an engineering company Teplocom for green energy supplies under I-REC certificates, with Teplocom moving to ...
The global energy crisis that hit North Macedonia has forced the country to import high-priced electricity from international markets, due to the lack of domestic production.
Uzbekistan is taking its “opening up” policy to the next level. A wary eye will watch for more instability in both Afghanistan and Kazakhstan. Growth is bouncing back with the worst of the Covid crisis over.