Low carbon energy

PE Live: Hydrogen ready for second phase of decarbonisation
11 August 2020
Reducing emissions becomes more complicated once relatively easy transitions have been completed, but the technology for hydrogen is ready to facilitate the next wave of decarbonisation
Letter from Brussels: Gas still fuelling EU's green transition
9 August 2020
The European Commission's transition plans, along with rising coal-to-gas switching, are entrenching gas in the EU energy mix
PE Live: Hydrogen firms need to deliver on stock surge
7 August 2020
Pure play hydrogen energy system companies have massively outperformed their peers, and expectations are high they will start to deliver profits well before 2030
PE Live: Q&A on sustainable hydrogen supply chains
6 August 2020
Answers to questions on hydrogen transportation, reducing the costs of green hydrogen, Middle East hydrogen projects and the diversity of hydrogen production methods
PE Live: Hydrogen storage to boost offshore wind
3 August 2020
The ability to store and transport energy as hydrogen means that far more locations in the North Sea and elsewhere become viable for wind generation
Nuclear faces its own energy transition
18 June 2020
The fuel may appear to be in terminal decline, but it remains the focus of Great Power competition, suggesting it is not dead yet
Covid-19 strains French nuclear model
26 May 2020
Workplace restrictions could hasten the decline of France’s fleet of baseload generators
Czech Republic seeks a new path
17 July 2018
Political turmoil and divisions over how to reform the state-controlled utility ČEZ are creating headaches for the nuclear envoy
UK doubles down on nuclear power plans
6 June 2018
London is stepping up its talks with Hitachi over the proposed Wylfa Newydd plant
France's nuclear plans under pressure
16 April 2018
Flaws found at a flagship reactor could curb EDF’s technology export ambitions
Nuclear next for Egypt
6 September 2017
The country's expanding energy mix is aimed at ensuring steady electricity supply, thus minimising the risk of social unrest
PE Live: Hydrogen storage to boost offshore wind
3 August 2020
The ability to store and transport energy as hydrogen means that far more locations in the North Sea and elsewhere become viable for wind generation
US shift to renewables gains momentum
1 July 2020
A gradual move towards renewables was already underway, and the pandemic is helping to push coal further out of favour
Renewables surge in European power mix
30 June 2020
Wind and solar energy generation have increased even though total energy demand has fallen during the pandemic
Solar supply chains need to be localised
30 June 2020
The pandemic has demonstrated the downside of relying on one global centre of production and long-distance supply chains
PE Live: Approaches to hydrogen may diverge
23 June 2020
The green hydrogen approach increasingly favoured by the EU and some western US states may not be suitable for other regions
Like a bat out of hell part four: Renewables set for rebound
11 June 2020
The fourth in a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice examines how investment in renewable energy has been temporarily slowed and why it will bounce back fast
PE Live: Hydrogen ready for second phase of decarbonisation
11 August 2020
Reducing emissions becomes more complicated once relatively easy transitions have been completed, but the technology for hydrogen is ready to facilitate the next wave of decarbonisation
Letter from Brussels: Gas still fuelling EU's green transition
9 August 2020
The European Commission's transition plans, along with rising coal-to-gas switching, are entrenching gas in the EU energy mix
PE Live: Hydrogen firms need to deliver on stock surge
7 August 2020
Pure play hydrogen energy system companies have massively outperformed their peers, and expectations are high they will start to deliver profits well before 2030
PE Live: Q&A on sustainable hydrogen supply chains
6 August 2020
Answers to questions on hydrogen transportation, reducing the costs of green hydrogen, Middle East hydrogen projects and the diversity of hydrogen production methods
Canada to announce blue hydrogen blueprint
30 July 2020
The federal and Alberta governments are seeking to build on existing hydrogen and natural gas production, with longer term plans for green hydrogen
PE Live: Local hydrogen policies may shape global industry
25 July 2020
EU member states and US state governments may have more impact on the development of the hydrogen economy than EU institutions or the US federal government