Networks/Grids

Weekly data: Norway is now Germany’s top gas supplier

In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Norway has become Germany's top gas supplier. From 24 February 2022, it…

The ten countries that produce the world’s dirtiest electricity

Electrification is at the heart of decarbonisation, but it only makes sense if those grids are powered by clean energy.…

A map of Ukraine’s power stations and energy grid

A slew of Russian missile and drone strikes have left millions across Ukraine without electricity, heating or water. Ukrainians are…

Energy efficiency projects for gas infrastructure are an overlooked solution

https://youtu.be/TQzKcX3wjqs Energy Monitor reporter Dave Keating (right) speaks with Marco Baresi, institutional affairs director at Turboden, at COP27's Italian Pavilion…

COP27: Data science can strengthen climate action

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4qAWlCXjVE Energy Monitor reporter Nour Ghantous (left) in conversation with Priya Donti, co-founder of Climate Change AI, at COP27 in…

Is ‘24/7 carbon-free energy’ the new gold standard of decarbonisation?

On 20 October, a pioneering alliance was forged in the name of climate action that would have flown under the…

Weekly data: Copper demand is outrunning supply

Copper prices are fluctuating amid a fear of global recession as inflation hits double digits across North America and Europe.…

The French-Spanish ‘BarMar’ pipeline will do little to address the energy crisis in the short-term

After several months of deadlock, the leaders of Spain, France and Portugal agreed on 20 October to move ahead with…

How indigenous communities became major players in Canada’s energy transition

Inukjuak is one of more than 200 remote communities – mostly indigenous – in Canada that relies on diesel generators…

Weekly data: Nord Stream ruptures may be single biggest methane leak ever recorded

Undersea blasts on the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines in late September have caused huge leaks of methane. Neither…