Sinopec has committed $470 million to a 300MW hydrogen electrolyzer in China
Sinopec, China's state-owned oil company, has begun work on an electrolyzer that will create 20,000 tonnes of green hydrogen per year.  According to Chinese official media, the facility will be powered by a new 300MW solar system with a 618GWh yearly capacity. The $470 million (CNY3 billion) project will comprise power transformation, hydrogen storage, and transportation infrastructure. According…
Germany is unable to sign the COP26 automobile promise due to a government conflict over e-fuels.

The German government refused to sign a COP26 climate summit declaration on zero-emission vehicles and vans because the transport and environment ministries couldn’t agree on whether or not e-fuels should be included in the country’s long-term transportation plans. Synthetic fuels…

The global storage sector is expected to explode

The US and China are expected to generate 358GW/1028GWh by 2030, according to BNEF. According to the latest prediction from research firm BloombergNEF, global energy storage installations will total 358GW by the end of 2030. (BNEF). By the end of…

China’s coal imports hit new high
China’s coal imports in October nearly doubled from a year ago. According to customs figures released Sunday, China imported nearly twice as much coal in October as it did a year earlier, despite signals that the country's power shortfall is…
China’s economy is slowing as a result of Covid, the oil crisis, and housing difficulties

China’s third-quarter economic growth was lower than predicted, according to official statistics released Monday, as the property industry suffered under stricter regulatory measures and an oil crisis loomed. The world’s second-largest economy is losing speed after a quick coronavirus comeback,…

According to a power company executive, Asia’s shift to renewable energy may be accelerated

KEY FACTS According to Eugene Cheng, global chief financial officer of Sembcorp Industries, Asia may accelerate its shift to renewable energy According to Cheng, renewable energy accounts for more than 20% of average energy generation in Asia, compared to more…

China’s reliance on coal is being questioned as a result of the energy crisis

The current Chinese energy crisis has shown the difficulties Beijing confronts in decarbonizing one of the world’s most powerful economies   In a nutshell, the issue is coal China is both the greatest consumer and producer of coal in the…

The energy crisis could not have arrived at a more inconvenient moment for the environment

Chinese officials have ordered coal-fired power facilities to substantially increase output. The European Union is facing a backlash over its ambitious climate deal. US Vice President Joe Biden has written to OPEC members urging them to increase oil output. So…

Climate change: In 2021, carbon emissions from developed nations increased dramatically

According to a recent study, carbon emissions are recovering strongly and growing in the world’s 20 richest countries According to the Climate Transparency Report, CO2 levels would rise by 4% throughout the G20 this year, after falling by 6% in…