Tagged With Renewables
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
Emissions ‘past peak’ in IEA/IMF green recovery plan
30 June 2020
The world could be put “on track for net-zero emissions by 2050” if governments implement the partnering institutions’ “build back better” post-pandemic economic recovery plan
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
PE Live: Stars have aligned for hydrogen economy
21 June 2020
The versatility of hydrogen, for use as a decarbonised fuel and as energy storage for renewables, is attracting unprecedented interest
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
Creating supply and demand to build the hydrogen economy
9 June 2020
Hydrogen technologies are rapidly improving and will become increasingly cost competitive over the next decades
Total and the logic for net-zero
2 June 2020
The French major commits to a target out of fear of being overlooked by investors
IEA warns of investment chasm
29 May 2020
Energy funding poised to plunge as renewables fare better than fossil fuels
Covid-19 is accelerating the move to renewables
28 May 2020
The pandemic and resulting fall in demand for energy is hitting the willingness to fund oil and gas projects more than those involving renewable energy
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
Asset managers deliver brutal verdict on oil
30 April 2020
Oil and gas companies must rapidly adapt to declining long-term demand or they will face stark financial consequences, asset management giants warn
Renewables projects must consider community impact
30 April 2020
Companies need to obtain legitimacy, credibility and trust before embarking on a project that will impact the lives of many people
Flexible gas is key to the energy transition
21 April 2020
The increasing volume of intermittent renewable energy on the grid means that gas peaking plants will provide an answer
Pension funds crank up transition pressure
31 March 2020
Some of the most sophisticated UK investors are pushing for a faster energy transition than even the most ambitious promises of oil and gas majors
No killer app for Asia’s transition
19 December 2019
Japan's government is seeking to get as close as possible to carbon neutral by 2050
Culture is critical in New Energy dealmaking
7 November 2019
In the New Energy environment, culture may sometimes trump traditional calculations in determining deal success
Capital costs rise on sustainability concerns
4 October 2019
An intensifying investor focus on sustainable investing and the climate emergency is impacting the oil and gas sector
Preparing the US for the energy transition
3 September 2019
Former President Obama special assistant Jason Bordoff says that government and industry need to work together to tackle climate change
Oil could have a sustainable future
29 August 2019
The money spent subsidising renewables would be better used funding research into carbon capture and storage
EC approves Italian support for low carbon power
5 August 2019
Renewables and gas benefit from new rules at the expense of coal
Morocco prioritises world's largest solar plant
1 August 2019
Project is the centrepiece of a strategy that promises to generate more than half of its electricity from renewables by 2030
The rise of a renewables major
30 July 2019
Mainstream Renewable Power CEO Andy Kinsella says the declining cost of wind and solar power means the era of oil and gas is coming to an end
Carbon debate lacks honesty
3 July 2019
Oxford academic says current decarbonisation efforts are a failure and calls for a global price for carbon
UAE aims to balance its diversification books
2 July 2019
The UAE's ambitious plans to sustain its petrodollars while evolving as a green pioneer will not come cheap. Is the capital available?
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