Working With Nature
Nature can be be a source of inspiration and innovation as well as providing the energy to create a sustainable future for everyone.
Pamir Energy has restored 11 Soviet-era hydro power plants in Tajikistan, providing 200,000 people with clean, reliable and affordable electricity.
Togo's AT2ER project provides electricity to some of Togo's poorest, most rural communities through grid expansion, mini-grids and solar home systems.
Copenhill is a striking landmark that combines a state-of-the-art waste-to-energy facility with a new recreational space for Copenhagen's residents.
There is a golden opportunity for businesses, industries and countries alike to redesign and implement how they will decarbonize and transition to Net Zero and a Circular Bioeconomy
Oxford PV’s perovskite technology is a thin film which is applied to conventional silicon solar cells, improving solar gathering efficiency by 30%.
REEEP is a Zambian government initiative that has successfully incentivized the private sector to supply electricity to even the poorest communities.
Eco Wave Power's pioneering technology generates power from incoming waves, and can be attached to existing structures rather than the fragile sea-bed.
Carbon Capture will play a key role before renewables reach maturity. Find out how we can capture carbon both at source and from the atmosphere.
As the Indian government targets a rooftop solar capacity of 40GW by 2022, Solar Labs looks to increase the pace of installations by offering automated computer analysis of rooftop capacities