Low carbon energy

Covid-19 strains French nuclear model
26 May 2020
Workplace restrictions could hasten the decline of France’s fleet of baseload generators
France bets big on offshore wind
19 May 2020
The country will accelerate its move away from fossil fuels and even reduce its iconic nuclear fleet
Green drivers lead to innovation for Pavilion
18 May 2020
The Singapore LNG company's new GHG requirements could help set an industry standard
Energy storage is driving the transition
15 May 2020
Constant advancements in battery technology, supported by the adoption of electric vehicles, are facilitating the energy transition
Like a bat out of hell part one: Energy implications
12 May 2020
The first of a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice analyses the impact of Covid-19 on the global economy and the demand for and supply of energy
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
Nuclear power in the EU has fallen out of fashion
25 May 2016
Nuclear is more prone to popularity peaks and troughs than many other energy sources, and it’s not looking good at the moment
France bets big on offshore wind
19 May 2020
The country will accelerate its move away from fossil fuels and even reduce its iconic nuclear fleet
Green hydrogen can be cost competitive
28 April 2020
By the time blue hydrogen projects can be completed, the cost of producing green hydrogen may have become lower
Change in the air for UK power
7 April 2020
The removal of restrictions on onshore wind will reduce costs and emissions. It may even tempt the majors to diversify into the sector
The energy transition reality gap
16 December 2019
Industry predictions for the demand for oil and the speed of the energy transition vary wildly. If it cannot coalesce around a compromise plan, politicians and investors may seize the initiative
Japan oil demand cut could be swift
11 December 2019
The Asian nation’s consensus culture means renewable energy could very quickly take a substantial chunk out of conventional hydrocarbons requirements
Lord Browne: Engage on climate or face regulation
29 November 2019
Former BP CEO calls on oil & gas industry to start constructive dialogue with governments over environmental concerns—or risk misguided and ineffective legislation
Green drivers lead to innovation for Pavilion
18 May 2020
The Singapore LNG company's new GHG requirements could help set an industry standard
Energy storage is driving the transition
15 May 2020
Constant advancements in battery technology, supported by the adoption of electric vehicles, are facilitating the energy transition
Like a bat out of hell part one: Energy implications
12 May 2020
The first of a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice analyses the impact of Covid-19 on the global economy and the demand for and supply of energy
Capturing opportunity in the energy transition
11 May 2020
Oil and gas companies can continue to thrive through greater efficiency, decarbonisation and the expansion of renewables
Decarbonisation is a movement, not a moment
11 May 2020
Consumers will demand that the energy transition progresses even if it is temporarily knocked off course by Covid-19
A systemic approach to a lower carbon future
7 May 2020
Oil and gas companies should embrace the inevitable transition away from fossils and look forward to the benefits of clean power