Energy

Clean Tech, Comment, Energy, Interviews
June 3, 2024

Using complexity economics to speed up the energy transition

Scientist Doyne Farmer on how big data and powerful computers can create better economic models
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Energy, EU, Knowledge Hub
June 3, 2024

Governments urged to pressure power generation companies to decarbonise

The 100 biggest emitters in the EU power industry will generate around 62% of the sector’s total emissions in 2024
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Comment, Daily Briefing, Energy, Industrials, Policy & Regulation
May 31, 2024

Editor’s note: silence, shareholders and Starmer

The latest edition of our Sustainable Views newsletter
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Energy, Policy & Regulation, UK
May 31, 2024

Labour pledges to cut bills and boost clean power with Great British Energy 

Labour plans to set up a publicly owned energy company working with the private sector to deliver cost and emissions savings
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Capital Markets, Daily Briefing, Energy, Policy & Regulation, UK
May 30, 2024

Editor’s note: speed is of the essence

The latest edition of our Sustainable Views newsletter
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Energy, Knowledge Hub
May 30, 2024

Speeding up the transition will make energy cheaper, says IEA

Despite potential upfront costs, clean energy technologies are often the most efficient as they are less expensive to run on a daily basis
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Comment, Energy, Opinion
May 27, 2024

The net zero rubber is hitting the road for infrastructure investors

Three steps to help infrastructure investors achieve their net zero commitments
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Fuel prices listed on a sign at a TotalEnergies petrol station in Germany. (Photo: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg)
Energy, France, Litigation
May 21, 2024

TotalEnergies faces fresh threat of prosecution in new climate case

Complaint filed by non-profits targets board of directors and large shareholders, including BlackRock and Norges Bank
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A new apartment block behind terraced housing and flats in London
Comment, Energy, Opinion
May 21, 2024

Energy efficiency is the fastest, cheapest way to achieve net zero

Reducing the amount of energy needed for a specific task is still not being used to its full potential as a climate solution
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The ExxonMobil refinery in the Port of Rotterdam
Energy, Policy & Regulation
May 21, 2024

Oil majors’ climate plans deemed ‘grossly insufficient’ to prevent climate breakdown

Leading oil and gas companies are expanding operations and investing in offsets to prolong production, says Oil Change International
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The EU has recently launched investigations into Chinese involvement in renewable technologies in Spain, Greece, France, Romania and Bulgaria © Angel Garcia/Bloomberg
Clean Tech, Energy, EU
May 14, 2024

European Commission announces guidance to speed up renewables permitting

EU member states urged to prioritise Europe-manufactured technologies and measure biodiversity impacts
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