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Published November 2020. Click here for more details:
- EU-27 climate plans reveal that by 2030 renewables will deliver almost 60% of EU electricity demand.
- However, fossil fuels are still expected to generate 25% of EU electricity by 2030.
Published November 2020. Click here for more details
70% of methane leaks from Europe’s operational coal mines were from Poland.
- Two Polish companies – PGG and JSW – were responsible for 90% of these leaks
Published Feb 2021. Click here for more details:
- India’s coal-fired generation fell by 5% in 2020, declining further since its historical peak in 2018.
- There is now an opportunity to ensure it doesn’t bounce back as the country recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fossil gas is to blame for soaring electricity prices around Europe, not EU climate policyBrowse EU country ...
The IEA's World Energy Outlook sets out a path to 1.5C and makes clear the urgency of working towards clean power.
New forecast from energy think tank Ember shows an extraordinary increase in electricity prices for households and industry when compared to projections by the government’s BEIS department.
Burning wood is the 2nd largest source of CO2 in the UK power sector. The UK assumes burning wood is carbon neutral but significant scientific evidence disagrees.