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Governments Must Invest and Regulate to Reduce Energy Costs, Finds Pioneering EEIST Report

The Facts 23 Sep 2022
The report, based on a comprehensive analysis of the last three decades of global energy policy, shows that to replicate the outstanding successes of the energy transition so far, such as offshore wind and solar PV, governments must go beyond just providing a ‘level playing field’ where technologies are left to compete against each other.

The Hydrogen Stream: World’s first offshore green hydrogen pilot in France

PV Magazine 23 Sep 2022
Lhyfe has started an 18-month offshore green hydrogen pilot project in France, while SSAB, LKAB, and Vattenfall have commissioned a pilot facility to store fossil-free hydrogen gas in Sweden. The EU and US, meanwhile, have both announced progress on policy measures to support hydrogen.

Is India the new bet for Japanese investors?

News India Times 22 Sep 2022
In 2020, Japan adopted a policy to strengthen supply chain resilience as an ... This reflects a perceived difference between Japanese government policy and Japanese business interests towards the potential countries for offshore supply chain diversification and avails the subsidy.

GWEC, IRENA, Denmark set up alliance to push for 380 GW of offshore wind by 2030

Renewables Now 20 Sep 2022
This would mark a 670% increase from the 57 GW of installed global offshore wind capacity in 2021, it was announced on Monday ... According to the announcement, GOWA will seek to raise ambition on offshore wind and support the creation of policy frameworks and efficient offshore wind value chains.

TGS to Enhance Data-Driven Solutions for the Global Wind Industry Alongside New, Cost-Effective ...

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 20 Sep 2022
And, for unmatched width of analysis into development risks and opportunities, Wind AXIOM can be coupled with offshore wind project and supply chain intelligence plus country-level policy and regulatory overviews provided by 4C Offshore, a TGS company ... “As part of the energy evolution, demand for new offshore wind projects has never been greater.

House Republicans Plan to Investigate Chamber of Commerce If They Take the Majority

The Intercept 19 Sep 2022
Chamber of Commerce supports climate policy that ... The small and medium-sized businesses, particularly manufacturers, have also long been opposed to free-trade policies, as they lack the capacity to offshore their own production and can’t compete with cheaper products from overseas.

Energy tsar is needed to deliver ambitious offshore wind plan

Irish Independent 18 Sep 2022
We need the right people, the right regulation, the right infrastructure, the right boats and the right policies to support indigenous business.The thing is, we need them all now.An offshore wind energy tsar whose only focus is working with departments and agencies to ensure that ...

The tyranny of Idi Amin -- and limits of a British welcome

CNN 18 Sep 2022
But fast-forward 50 years and the UK government is now overseeing some of the harshest immigration policies on record -- from the attempted offshore processing in Rwanda of asylum seekers to the passing of the Nationality and Borders Act, which allows British people to be ...

PSEi down 0.41% on negative US sentiment shocks

The Manila Times 16 Sep 2022
... for the policy rate decision of the Federal Reserve and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). The weakening of the peso, negative cues from the US markets, and related policy uncertainties on the Philippine offshore gaming operations also weighed on the local market sentiment.

Biden admin makes it more expensive to drill for energy. Again

Hot Air 14 Sep 2022
The Interior Department announced yesterday that there will be some changes coming to regulatory policies affecting oil and gas drilling both offshore and on federal lands ... These changes will do the opposite, rolling back new policies implemented under Donald Trump that made the permitting and drilling process less cumbersome.

Rwanda-UK deportation: Understanding the High Court review

The New Arab 14 Sep 2022
The UNHCR’s remarks, delivered as part of a five-day High Court review into the lawfulness of the policy, were intended to tip the balance away from offshore deportations ... The UK High Court review into the Rwanda deportation policy is a complicated amalgamation of challenges to government policy.

CalSTRS considers hiring China-focused equity managers for first time

Reuters 13 Sep 2022
Some of Asia's large China-focused hedge funds are also buying more non-China stocks as regulatory scrutiny, policy uncertainties and a slowing mainland economy force them to cut exposure to offshore Chinese assets.

'Countering' China would pave the way for global depression

The Manila Times 11 Sep 2022
Building on Trump's flawed policies, the Biden White House began to weaponize those policies while diversifying risks to US allies from the EU and Japan to Ukraine and Taiwan — and the Philippines ... Emerging markets became more useful to the West only in the 1980s, when neoliberal policies permitted offshoring in the race to the bottom.

ONGC signs six contracts for three offshore fields each in Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal | Mint

Live Mint 10 Sep 2022
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has signed six contracts for Discovered Small Fields (DSF) in offshore, with three each for fields in the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal, the company said in a statement on September 10 ... A total of 75 fields DSF Policy were clubbed in 32 contract areas (11 inland and 21 offshore).

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