The UK government’s post-Brexit ambition for a net zero carbon market could be world-leading – but current plans repeat many of the mistakes of the EUETS
The cost of burning wood for power: direct subsidies of more than £13 billion in total, plus carbon tax breaks of £333 million a year.
New EUETS data shows for the first time, the biggest emitter in both the Netherlands and Spain is revealed as a coal-fired blast furnace.
Our sixth annual review of the electricity transition in Europe shows for the first time wind & solar power overtook coal
Our new report investigates how coal power plants just outside European borders are supplying electricity to the EU while avoiding the carbon price.
An assessment of company plans to burn biomass in EU coal power stations