The IEA calls time on fossil fuels and demands a global switch to clean electricity by 2040. Wind and solar will power our way to a 1.5C world.
Europe’s fossil-fired electricity has returned to pre-Covid levels, driven by an increase in gas generation, despite resilient growth in wind and solar power.
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Despite progress in the last 15 years, OECD countries will need to pick up the pace on electricity transition to reach zero-carbon power by 2035.
Data from 2014-2019 shows that only a third of the rise in Africa’s electricity demand was met with renewables, with two-thirds met by fossil gas.
New analysis shows that market forces, not Dutch legislation, is causing the demise of coal-fired power plants held by RWE and Uniper in the Netherlands.
Analysis of energy scenarios for the US, EU, and UK show that securing clean electricity in the mid 2030s is crucial for net-zero by 2050.
Last year’s rise in aluminium production reflects the complexities of China’s recovery from the pandemic.
Just released EU data shows that CO2 emissions from gas power plants overtook those from lignite power plants for the first time.
Rank of the top 25 countries by the total terawatt-hours (TWh) of coal-fired electricity they generated in 2020.
The Global Electricity Review analyses electricity data from every country in the world to give an accurate view of the global electricity transition in 2020.
Plans for a full EU coal phase-out by 2030 are still half-formed, despite the growing momentum.