Ember's latest report showed that renewables overtook fossil fuels to become the EU’s main source of electricity in 2020.
The UK government can offer businesses more certainty by increasing the UK ETS carbon price floor - ahead of alignment with net zero.
Latest UK power sector data shows that the UK grid is accelerating towards a 2035 gas phase-out, with wind power replacing fossil gas.
New analysis reveals that the German auction, intended to accelerate the coal exit, instead bolsters unviable coal sector.
With one month until Brexit, a linked UK- EU carbon market is now impossible. The government should commit to a carbon tax.
2020 looks set to be a year of two halves, with unprecedented declines in coal power followed by a big bounce back. We project coal generation to fall by 5% in 2020 - the largest decline ever seen, but still not enough for a 1.5 degree world.
China’s growing appetite for coal-intensive steel, aluminium, cement and electricity puts it out of sync with falling global coal use.
Strong performance in zero carbon electricity in Europe during October has forced down fossil fuel generation, with renewables once again overtaking fossil fuels as the main power source for Europe.
In the next decade renewables are set to double and coal power to halve - but seven countries will cause the EU to miss its emissions targets.
We explore why over-reliance on BECCS undermines the credibility of National Grid’s pathways to reaching net-zero.
Ceny hurtowe energii elektrycznej w Polsce są już najwyższe w Unii Europejskiej. W poniższym briefingu objaśniamy trzy czynniki, które się do tego przyczyniły – drogi polski węgiel, niski udział OZE w produkcji energii, oraz spadające ceny gazu.
Poland’s wholesale electricity prices are now the most expensive in the EU. This briefing shows how 3 factors have contributed – expensive Polish coal, low renewables generation, and falling gas prices.