March 5, 2018
Finland’s economy will slow somewhat in 2018. Improvements in competitiveness help to boost investment and support the growth of exports. Business investment will strengthen in 2018 thanks to the launch of major industrial projects (in energy, forestry and metals). Private final consumption remains subdued and public spending will ease. Growth of real GDP will slip […]
December 10, 2017
According to the US Department of Energy, fewer than 20,000 plug-in hybrid (PHEV) or all-electric vehicles (EVs) were sold in 2011; by 2015, this number had risen to over 110,000. 72,000 of which were all-electric. Fast chargers currently comprise less than 15% of total public stations in the US. Their convenience (30-45 minutes for an […]
December 4, 2017
Pakistan relies on food and energy imports to meet its demand, although the country is a major producer and exporter of some agricultural products globally. Power shortages create a bottleneck for consumption and economic growth. Pakistan is highly vulnerable to climate change impacts, as frequent natural disasters already negatively impact farming and exacerbate water scarcity […]
September 14, 2017
Euromonitor International’s India Natural Resources Country Briefing focuses on a nation that is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. Economic growth, clubbed with rising per capita energy consumption, has increased the demand for energy in the country. In view of the above, the country’s draft National Energy Policy (NEP) aims at providing access to energy at affordable prices, improving energy security and independence, and promoting greater sustainability and […]
August 4, 2016
The introduction of smart meters in the UK market is gathering pace and July 2016 brought with it the first company led advertising around the subject. The UK’s leading energy provider, British Gas, is now promoting “free time tariffs” for households that switch, agree to install a smart meter and commit to one of a […]
June 28, 2016
The Equipment Energy Efficiency (E3) programme is a joint programme between the Australian and New Zealand governments to instill a single programme with aligned energy standards and labelling for equipment and appliances including computers, dishwashers, refrigeration appliances, lighting, heating and cooling appliances, televisions and even video games consoles. Each item of electrical equipment is rated […]

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