Hannah Wright previously worked as an editorial assistant and reporter at Verdict Media. She is a graduate of Warwick University, UK, where she studied humanitarian engineering, and was president of The Climate Reality Project Campus Corp, helping advance the university's transition to net zero.
European data centres are major energy consumers that have a vital role to play in the transition to net zero, both via their own decarbonisation and supporting the grid as more renewables come online.
The UK’s National Health Service has pledged to reach net-zero emissions by 2045, but as a service operating at the breaking point, what does the path to decarbonisation look like – and what stands in its way?
Climate finance is notoriously hard to define and track. As wealthy nations edge towards their $100bn a year target, a new question emerges: how to spend it? Energy Monitor explores whether climate finance is being spent constructively and what could improve its impact.
With no clear definition on what constitutes climate finance, governments and institutions cannot add up a reliable total. Energy Monitor explores some of the enduring debates around the provision of cash from richer to poorer nations to help them tackle climate change.
Sheffield, in the north of England, has a long history of steelmaking, and is now home to electrolyser manufacturer ITM Power. However, the UK government is failing to give any clear support to cleaning up steel production using green hydrogen.
While passive solutions are vital to the decarbonisation of cooling, improving the average energy efficiency of air conditioning is a simple, crucial step forward which governments can enact immediately.