Power

For ‘Great British Nuclear’, the British government needs to step up

In December 2022, the UK government announced it will invest £77m ($95.4m) to support nuclear fuel production and next-generation advanced…

EVs, green ammonia and plant-based proteins could supercharge net zero – study

Three “super-leverage points” could catalyse decarbonisation in sectors covering 70% of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new report…

Cleantech manufacturing could triple to $650bn by 2030 – IEA

The global market for mass-manufactured clean energy technologies will be worth around $650bn a year by 2030 – more than…

Airborne wind energy is finally ready for lift-off

“Airborne wind [energy] has enormous potential to accelerate the clean energy revolution,” proclaimed Jamaal Bowman (D-NY), then-chairman of the US…

Weekly data: Britain is building four times more solar and wind than Germany

Germany has some of the most ambitious decarbonisation plans of any country in the world. While the UK, EU and…

Hydrogen industry shifting to low-emissions technologies – study

Global development of hydrogen technology is shifting towards low-emissions solutions, according to a joint study of patents by the European…

Which US states are winning the race to phase out coal?

Data from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) highlights the enormous progress made in decarbonising the US power sector over…

Why we all should consider the carbon footprint of ‘dark data’

For many, sectors such as construction, aviation and heavy industry are the first that come to mind when considering the…

EU solar deployment rate soars by almost 50% in 2022 – report

The EU saw a significant increase in solar power capacity installed in 2022, with 41.4GW added, up 47% from the…

Weekly data: US clean power capacity additions lag in 2022

In the first three quarters of 2022, new clean power installations were down by 18% in the US compared with…