IEA: Global power grids need to be doubled by 2050

18 October 2023 - Grids are becoming a bottleneck for the transition to net zero, IEA said in its new global study on electricity networks


Whistleblowers are crucial for response to climate change, pollution

16 October 2023 - Whistleblowers have a key role in shaping their organization's response to climate change and pollution, British group Protect said

White hydrogen: Sustainable energy from the depths of Earth

White hydrogen: sustainable energy from depths of Earth

02 October 2023 - White hydrogen is gaining attention in the context of decarbonization as it can become one of the cleanest energy sources

IEA Fatih Birol Climate change indifferent geopolitical rivalries

IEA’s Birol: Climate change is indifferent to geopolitical rivalries

27 September 2023 - IEA's head Fatih Birol warned that governments need to separate climate issues from geopolitics on the pathway toward net zero emissions

Climate change human factors worsened flooding Libya Greece

Climate change, other human factors worsened flooding in Libya, Greece

20 September 2023 - Human-caused warming made the heavy rainfall up to 10 times more likely in Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey and up to 50 times in Libya

First green methanol-fueled container ship set sail

First container ship powered by green methanol sets sail

20 September 2023 - Maritime transportation companies are ordering methanol-powered ships as a suitable decarbonization option

Heat pumps twice as efficient as fossil fuel heating - study

Heat pumps twice as efficient as fossil fuel heating – study

14 September 2023 - A new study has found that heat pumps are twice as efficient as fossil fuel heating, even at lower temperatures

G20 supports energy transition acceleration, yet clear pathway is missing

12 September 2023 - G20 did not set the pathway agreement to mitigate the climate crisis, though it did say renewable energy capacities must be tripled by 2030

irena report renewables cost 2022

IRENA: Vast majority of new renewables in 2022 have lower costs than fossil fuel–fired electricity

30 August 2023 - Without renewables, the economic disruption from last year's fossil fuel price shock would have been much worse, according to a new report


China, EU hope to make renewables tech recyclable in next decade

22 August 2023 - Wind turbines are 85%-95% recyclable, but blades are challenging because they are made of composite materials

Grants approved world s largest carbon removal projects

Grants approved for world’s largest carbon removal projects

15 August 2023 - The US gave a green light for up to USD 1.2 billion in grants for two carbon DAC and storage hubs planned in Louisiana and Texas

Masdar lists first green bond London Stock Exchange

Masdar lists its first green bond on London Stock Exchange

08 August 2023 - Masdar entered the green bond market with a sale worth USD 750 million and listed the securities on the London Stock Exchange

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