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EU prepares to ban greenwashing

“Carbon neutral” is a claim we are used to seeing on products these days, whether it be everyday goods or…

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…

Europe’s oil majors investing eight times more in biofuels than hydrogen

Europe’s oil majors are investing eight times more in biofuels than in hydrogen, according to a new study on behalf…

Opinion: Time to make the rich pay for climate change

"We tend to say ‘we are all in the same boat', but frankly we are not. We are all in…

Can BECCS be saved from the net-zero scrapheap?

Bioenergy with carbon capture and storage, or BECCS, sounds like the perfect net-zero solution: grow some form of plant material,…

COP27: “Green hydrogen is one of the bright spots of this COP” – Jonas Moberg, CEO of GH2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DudECYJmgIs Energy Monitor reporter Nour Ghantous (left) in conversation with Jonas Moberg, CEO of the Green Hydrogen Organisation at COP27…

Researchers create low-emission biodiesel by growing microalgae on coffee grounds

Researchers at Aston University in the UK have produced high-grade biodiesel from growing microalgae on leftover coffee grounds. Approximately 98…

COP27: How countries compare on carbon emissions and pledges

The beginning of COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, means a year has passed since the world agreed to “keep…

Making the last mile electric

E-commerce grew significantly during the Covid-19 crisis, recording a 15% increase in activity and delivery traffic in urban areas between…

Aluminium production is critical for the energy transition but hamstrung by high electricity costs

The energy transition is driving a huge surge in demand for aluminium, but the industry is facing huge capacity constraints…