New analysis by energy think tank Ember reveals that, for the first time, solar panels generated a tenth of EU-27 electricity during their peak months of June and July this year.
Ukraine, Turkey and Western Balkan countries rank highly across pollutant types for coal power air pollution in Europe.
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.
Three key assumptions in the German government’s calculation lead to a systematic overvaluation of the compensation payments
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.