Tagged With Renewables
China boosts energy storage as renewables expand
28 April 2021
Policymakers bet on dramatic fall in cost of storage batteries this decade
Wind and solar approach critical deployment level
26 April 2021
As technologies approach milestone, they could scale even faster
Global emissions to rebound in 2021 – IEA
20 April 2021
Emerging markets are driving energy demand back to 2019 levels, with coal offsetting renewables growth
Northland invests $1bn in Spanish renewables
16 April 2021
Canadian company sees Spain as base for European expansion
US wind PPA prices under pressure
16 April 2021
Prices fall in the wake of a tax credit extension but are still up more than 10pc year on year
Oil prices to crash in 2°C world – Wood Mackenzie
15 April 2021
Mass electrification of the transport sector will lead to dramatically falling levels of oil demand
Saudi Arabia celebrates moment in the sun
15 April 2021
Belated progress on a plethora of renewables schemes signals newfound political will behind clean energy development
Europe wind investment surges 70pc
14 April 2021
Calls to ease bottlenecks as capacity growth lags EU climate goals
African countries must benefit from transition
14 April 2021
Renewables expertise must be improved on continent for economies to gain, says panel
US gears up for ‘big transmission’
9 April 2021
Good technology and better policies are set to bring clean power from America’s remote regions to city centres
Riyadh moves for regional green leadership
8 April 2021
Elements of Saudi Arabia’s domestic strategy and sudden assertion of leadership stretch credibility, but its plans are indicative of a reluctant embrace of global trends
A new approach to coordinating offshore electricity grids
1 April 2021
Sustained increases in UK and EU offshore wind power generation mean that making changes to regulation and infrastructure has become a priority
A new approach to coordinating offshore electricity grids
1 April 2021
Sustained increases in UK and EU offshore wind power generation mean that making changes to regulation and infrastructure has become a priority
A new approach to coordinating offshore electricity grids
1 April 2021
Sustained increases in UK and EU offshore wind power generation mean that making changes to regulation and infrastructure has become a priority
Poland and Bosnia-Herzegovina ramp up renewables
30 March 2021
Eastern European countries are racing to build capacity to wean themselves off coal and hydropower respectively
Industry must lead way on UK jobs transition
30 March 2021
Firms are better placed than the government to know what skills will be needed in a low-carbon economy, says UK Onward
Algeria has ‘excellent chance’ to capitalise on transition
24 March 2021
Massive solar potential and rapid PV rollout plan puts north African country in prime position for international clean energy deals
Climate change impacting insurability of renewables
23 March 2021
Transition Economist talks to Andrew Slevin, CEO of John Foord, about the challenge of insuring renewable energy assets amid extreme weather
Investment opportunities abound in renewables infrastructure
23 March 2021
Pension funds are seeking to invest more in clean energy infrastructure, and governments are keen to redress underinvestment
Oil and gas services firms pivot to renewables
19 March 2021
Companies respond to safeguard their businesses following the outperformance of renewables during the pandemic
Irena’s pathway to Paris a Herculean task
18 March 2021
Renewables agency has produced preliminary figures for the scale of investment required to hit 1.5°C Paris target
WEC calls to ‘humanise’ global energy system
17 March 2021
World Energy Council report finds that energy leaders’ perceptions of risk and strategic priorities have changed
US offshore wind reaps tech boost after delay
15 March 2021
‘Designing with uncertainty’ concept has worked out to the advantage of east coast projects
Rebrand accelerates Channoil Energy into net-zero era
11 March 2021
New name reflects a sharpened commitment to the energy transition—and the simultaneous launch of net-zero division takes things a step further. Net-Zero-Solution lead Vincent Couffon talks to Transition Economist as the consultancy embarks on its new strategy
Nuclear growth is set for further decay
10 March 2021
The speed at which solar and wind projects can be completed means they will soon exceed nuclear plants in the global power mix
The great run of US natural gas faces storage challenge
8 March 2021
Further growth in the consumption of natural gas will need to overcome the trend for renewables paired with power grid storage
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