Why Texas is uniquely equipped for rapid growth in utility-scale battery storage

A range of factors has pushed Texas to the forefront of this critical sector, including: 
By Parker Hills Jun. 16, 2024

solar permitting mistakes to avoid

Before submitting solar plan sets and permit applications, ensure they comply with the NEC and these articles in particular. Here are some strategies: 
By Sarah Lozanova Jun. 9, 2024

Africa-Paris declaration on energy transition, climate justice and energy poverty

The Forum brought together key stakeholders from across the continent and beyond to address the pressing energy challenges facing Africa.
By Nj Ayuk Jun. 7, 2024

Chinese investors condemn Zim tax regime

The association’s representative Gong Xuedong said Zimbabwe’s mining sector has faced issues ranging from fluctuating global prices to stringent regulatory frameworks. 
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jun. 2, 2024

Govt must listen to industry’s concerns

Fiscal policies need to strike a delicate balance, according to the Association of Chinese New Energy Miners.
By The Zimbabwe Independent May. 31, 2024

4 CIO agents released on bail

The four members of the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) were arraigned before Harare regional magistrate Donald Ndirowei.
By Trevor Mutsvairo May. 28, 2024

Editorial Comment: Energy authorities are sleeping on duty

The country relies heavily on Kariba for its electricity and the droughts experienced in recent years have resulted in serious power shortages.
By The Standard May. 19, 2024

Invictus identifies multiple gas potentials

The reservoir rock, according to experts, is the porous, permeable rock layer that hold the oil and gas.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 8, 2024

Zesa clinches 300MW solar energy deal

Moyo said the solar energy project was a step forward in government’s efforts to combat climate change and reduce carbon emissions to ensure a sustainable planet for future generations.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 19, 2024