Tunisia’s already modest economic recovery almost halted in 2023, amidst a severe drought, tight financing conditions and the modest pace of implementing reforms. With this slowdown, the Tunisian economy in 2023 was still below its pre-Covid level, marking one of the slowest recoveries in the Middle East and North African region.

Renewables generated a record 30 percent of global electricity in 2023, driven by growth in solar and wind especially from China, according to the Global Electricity Review 2024 released by the global energy think tank Ember.

Large-scale renewable energy projects in India have been the focus of intense interest from both domestic and international players, as evidenced by tender issuances crossing a record 69 gigawatts (GW) on the back of a strong push by the central government, according to a new joint report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analy

The Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (APERC) on May 02, 2024, notified the Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (Green Energy Open Access, Charges, and Banking) Regulation, 2024. This Regulation shall extend to the whole State of Andhra Pradesh.

This report evaluates emission mitigation options to achieve net-zero carbon emissions through marginal abatement cost (MAC) curves for the existing plants in the fertiliser industry.

This report for the Italian G7 Presidency identifies priority areas for potential collaboration between the G7 and Africa to advance the continent’s energy transition. Africa stands at a crucial crossroads in its developmental trajectory, and energy plays a pivotal role in shaping its future.

The ‘Accelerating Private Sector Investments in Green Mini-Grids’ report, as a key takeaway from the ARE Energy Access Investment Forum 2023, presents an overview of the Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE) mini-grids sector in Africa, highlighting its potential to meet the continent’s electricity access challenge.

The global wind industry installed a record 117GW of new capacity in 2023, making it the best year ever for new wind energy, finds this year’s Global Wind Report from the Global Wind Energy Council.

The World Energy Council today published the 15th edition of its World Energy Trilemma Report, titled ‘Evolving with Resilience and Justice’. The World Energy Trilemma framework tracks national energy performance against the three key dimensions of energy security, equity, and environmental sustainability.

The objective for a hydropower hybrid is to take maximum advantage of the integrated technologies by maximizing their utilization, the benefits they bring, and their efficiency. It is widely known that standalone hydropower plants and other technologies can help manage the variability of VRE in the power system.