British Embassy in Algiers seeks bids for climate fund

It intends to support activities in Algeria that focus on raising public awareness about climate change as well as solutions for a green recovery post COVID-19

British Embassy in Dakar calls for bids for climate change projects

Projects can focus on areas including clean growth, green finance, nature-based solutions and climate change adaptation and resilience

British Embassy in Havana invites bids for climate change projects

It will provide funding between £500 and £10,000 for projects that support climate action, create resilience and reduce national emissions

British Embassy in Bucharest seeks projects to tackle climate change

They can focus on renewable energy, restoration of natural habitats and ecosystems and helping communities to prepare for natural disasters

British Embassy seeks consultant for research into Brazil’s energy market

The British Embassy is seeking a consultant to undertake research and analysis of Brazil’s energy market. It is developing a programme to assist with the nation’s low carbon energy transition and will use the information to support the Prosperity Fund Energy Programme. The study must collate the current energy regulatory framework in areas including oil […]

British Embassy provides solar power in rural Peru

A UK-backed solar power project in Peru has officially been opened. Located at an altitude of more than 4,000 metres, it provides renewable electricity to one of the nation’s most remote regions of Ocoruro, Arequipa. It is not connected to the grid but the solar technology installed by the British Embassy in Peru, with technical […]

Scottish marine experts to aid South Korea

Scotland is set to help develop a marine energy facility in South Korea, it was announced today. The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), based in Orkney, signed an agreement with Incheon Metropolitan City (IMC) to provide technical assistance on the design, building and operation of a tidal energy testing centre in the city. The city, […]

UK and Korea team up for offshore project

A UK energy consultancy firm has been chosen to collaborate with a Korean University for an offshore wind project. The British embassy in Seoul chose IT Power to share its knowledge with Korea Maritime University (KMU) for developing wind and tidal technologies. South Korea is hoping to benefit from the UK’s knowledge in its 2.5GW […]

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