The ECT Digest focuses on energy storage, future mobility and digitalization of the energy sector. We will also offer information of and access to the most prestigious events in the realm of energy and clean tech.
Dear Amazing Entrepreneurs & ECT Professionals!
2019 has been an exciting year for clean tech. With an increasing number of countries, companies and regions embracing sustainable energy generation, the landscape is rapidly evolving.
While 2019 is coming to an end, here are the top 12 clean tech news of the year that you should not miss.
Thank you for staying with us - I hope you have a fantastic 2020.
Shuxin, 👋 I’m a new curator of this digest and am based in Singapore! Check me out -> Twitter | Linkedin | Medium
Welcoming Shuxin aboard; we’re entering in 2020 with the aims of promoting Green and Clean Energy. Look for more exciting issues this year. We from ECT Digest wish you a very happy and blessed 2020.
2019 promises to be an exciting year for renewable energy. An increasing number of countries, companies and regions are embracing new technologies and establishing markets for renewables and storage. Here are 6 renewable energy trends to watch in the coming year.
Due to climate change, the choice of which energy technology to use is no longer a binary one that pits the cost of renewables against the status quo. There is now a third reference point, which is the future.
China announced the first batch of clean energy projects that will be built without financial support from the government, putting renewable power on a path to compete with existing coal and gas-fired generation.
Hauwa, from Borno State in north-eastern Nigeria, fled her home village of Adamari with her husband and four children in March, when violence struck. Now, she is in the relative safety of a UN-run camp but, with little electricity available at night, lighting is scarce, and darkness can mean danger. However, thanks to a solar-energy initiative from the UN migration agency IOM,
The urgency to meet environmental targets hits the stark reality that inventing new technologies, bringing them to market, and deploying them at scale takes time. A new generation of technology incubators is helping cleantech startups become more attractive to investors, write Richard Adams, David Garfield, and Kate Moore of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
Innovative clean technology will have a huge role to play in addressing the climate crisis, but many new products and services are foundering in an unfriendly lab-to-market ecosystem. Here are four ways to remove some of the biggest barriers to successful commercialization
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