All articles by Eve Thomas

Eve Thomas

Eve Thomas is a reporter writing across a variety of sectors with a specific focus on thematic intelligence. She has a BA in English Literature from the University of Sheffield and an MSt in English from Oxford University.

Green transition: how significant would India’s membership of the IEA be?

India’s rapid industrialisation makes its commitment to the energy transition essential, and renewables are making inroads.

The EU’s energy crisis “is over” – but could it happen again?

Europe’s supplies are “safe and stable”, but cold weather and geopolitical tensions threaten a repeat of the energy crisis.

Slow EV sales are proving problematic for Australia’s lithium miners

Plummeting lithium prices have wreaked havoc on the Australian mining sector, as slow electric vehicle (EV) sales see supply exceed demand.

AI and climate change mean “colossal transformation” for businesses

PwC’s Global CEO Survey suggests that “massive investment” is needed by businesses to tackle the likes of AI and climate change.

Energy transition ‘picking up speed’ but ‘structural changes’ needed – IEA

Tim Gould, chief energy economist at the IEA, says climate progress is being made but that international collaboration is needed.

“Tipping point” for combustion engines as “inevitable” EV future arrives

The balance has tipped away from combustion engines and towards the EV market, but lagging infrastructure is stalling the shift.

Signal: rooftop systems drive Germany’s record solar installations

Germany installed 14GW of solar capacity in 2023, with residential rooftop installations driving the increase and creating jobs.

Digital solutions for Indonesia’s ageing energy assets

James Fisher AIS discusses the Indonesian energy industry’s “major pain points”, as outdated infrastructure threatens the path to net zero.

Signal: India’s plan for 50,000 electric buses gets US support

A $390m fund will offer loans to EV manufacturers looking to expand production, mitigating risks for those needing investment.

Signal: Uganda announces Energy Transition Plan

The plan includes a pathway to delivering universal energy access in Uganda by 2030 and a predicted peak in emissions in 2040.