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.
Data insights on countries that could commit to No New Coal.
As coal prices in China cause problems for power companies, rapid scale-up of solar power is an attractive alternative.
It's now cheaper to build new wind or solar for power generation in Turkey than running even the most efficient hard coal power plant that relies on coal imports.
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Fuel poverty and the climate crisis are worsened by the UK’s reliance on fossil gas power. Now the British public and leading businesses want that to change.
New analysis by Ember reveals that UK electricity prices have tripled in the last year, with 86% of this caused by the soaring costs of fossil gas imports.
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.
Less than 1% unabated fossil fuels and at least 80% wind and solar in the power mix required to meet UK climate targets in National Grid’s new analysis.