This year there's been growing momentum on coal phase-out leading to COP26. What progress has been made and what more is needed for the world to finally make coal history?
New analysis shows that the world’s richest countries are among the worst coal power emitters when you adjust for population size.
Latest scenarios from Europe’s energy system operators provide key insights on the EU’s route to climate neutrality, but fall short of credible net zero plans for 2050
It's a wrap on COP26 Energy Day! Read our round-up of the key 'Coal to Clean' announcements.
The short term climate impact of coal mine methane leaks is larger than the EU’s entire CO2 emissions.
Ending coal is a climate priority. The updated Bloomberg Coal Countdown, with Ember's contributions, is a useful new resource for coal phase out.
A new analysis by energy think tank Ember reveals that Czech electricity prices have soared more than 140% since ...
The IEA's newest report shows that G7 members are well placed to decarbonise their electricity by 2035, helping to unlock the benefits of clean electrification globally.
Fossil gas is to blame for soaring electricity prices around Europe, not EU climate policy.
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.