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Renewable energy sector can create 112m jobs by 2030 – Envoy

The German Ambassador to Nigeria, Mrs Annett Gunther, has said that the renewable energy sector can create not less than 112 million jobs by...

Both electrification, hydrogen have distinct roles in the European energy transition – Study

A key step to achieving climate neutrality in the European Union is to rapidly shift from fossil fuels to electric technologies powered by renewable...

Japan revises strategy to promote hydrogen use toward decarbonisaton

The Japanese government has approved a new strategy for the promotion of hydrogen, involving generating 15 trillion yen ($107.76 billion) of investment from both...

Japan plans to burn 10m tonnes of Hydrogen annually by 2030 for climate-neutral goal

Japan plans to consume 10 million tonnes of hydrogen each year within a decade, an equivalent of more than 30 nuclear reactors to reach...

Airbus reveals new zero-emission concept aircraft

Airbus has revealed three concepts for the world’s first zero-emission commercial aircraft which could enter service by 2035. These concepts each represent a different approach...

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Govt inaugurates 5.2MMscf CNG plant in Lagos

The Federal Government has inaugurated a 5.2 million Standard Cubic Feet per day (mmscfd) Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) plant...
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Shettima calls for maximisation of Africa’s Blue Economy projected at $405bn

Vice President Kashim Shettima has called for the maximisation of Africa’s blue economy projected to hit $405 billion by...

Minister inaugurates biodiversity centre, planting of 1m trees at Defence Academy

The Minister of Environment, Malam Balarabe Lawal, on Thursday, May 30, 2024, inaugurated the Biodiversity Conservation Centre and the...

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Govt inaugurates 5.2MMscf CNG plant in Lagos

The Federal Government has inaugurated a 5.2 million Standard...

Shettima calls for maximisation of Africa’s Blue Economy projected at $405bn

Vice President Kashim Shettima has called for the maximisation...
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