New measures for data centre grid connection applications


The Commission for the Regulation of Utilities (CRU) published their Decision entitled ‘CRU Decision to the System Operators related to Data Centre grid connection processing’.

4 Takeaways from the UN COP26 Climate Conference


Business, government, and environmental leaders from all over the world descended on Glasgow, Scotland for the UN COP26 Climate Conference with an ambitious agenda to advance policies and practices that accelerate climate-saving actions. The commitment from all stakeholders to combat climate change and drive down emissions was underscored by significant progress in a number of important areas.

Vulnerabilities and resilience of the global trading system examined in World Trade Report 2021


The 2021 edition of the WTO’s World Trade Report examines why the interconnected global trading system is both vulnerable and resilient to crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic, how it can help countries to be more economically resilient to shocks, and what can be done to make the system better prepared and more resilient in the future.


EU Sees More Trade Unity With U.S. After Trump-Era ‘Irritant’


The U.S. and European Union are focused on strengthening the multilateral trading system, the trade minister for Brussels said, less than two weeks after defusing one of biggest transatlantic disputes lingering from the Trump administration.

The United States supports the Paris Call for trust and security in cyberspace


The United States supports the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace, consistent with our position that all actors must do their part to promote an “open, secure, stable, accessible, and peaceful cyberspace.”