Uzbekistan has a very high potential in the use of renewable energy sources. According to the estimates of the International Energy Agency and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Uzbekistan has a combined renewable energy potential for electricity production of 2,091 billion kWh (30 times higher than annual consumption). And in recent years, much attention has been paid to this area in the development of the existing potential.
New York: With global transport at a crossroads, government leaders, industry experts, and civil society groups are meeting in Beijing, China, for a UN conference to chart the way forward to a more sustainable future for the sector, and greater climate action overall.
Kolkata/IBNS: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar inaugurated the annual Sanrakshan Kshamata Mahotshov (SAKSHAM), a public awareness campaign about the importance of oil and gas conservation.
New York/IBNS: Access to electricity has transformed the world, helping countries to develop their economies, and lifting millions out of poverty. However, this success has come at a great cost: the energy sector, heavily reliant on fossil fuels, is responsible for some 40 per cent of global carbon dioxide emissions – one of the so-called greenhouse gases, which trap heat in the atmosphere and warm the Earth – and almost two-thirds of these emissions come from coal.