Poland’s coal plants already get billions of Euros subsidies through a variety of loopholes and derogations from European law. Now the spectre of a capacity market means an even bigger figure
Today, the European carbon price hit 20 Euros. Our analysis shows rising carbon, coal and gas prices mean that for the first time new onshore wind and solar can compete with the short-term costs of generating electricity from existing coal and gas plants.
Today, the BEIS Carbon Capture Utilisation & Storage (CCUS) Cost Challenge Taskforce, on which Sandbag sits, ...
The UK is already leading the world in phasing out coal, but National Grid's Future Energy Scenarios show we can phase-out coal even earlier, by 2022
As the Bulgarian presidency of the European Council draws to a close this week, we look at the potential for ...
Yesterday's deal was unimaginable when the EU Clean Energy Package was proposed in 2016 - but it's still not keeping pace with the Paris Agreement
Sandbag recently contributed to a #FutureOfEurope debate as part of the 6th annual Eurosfat conference in Bucharest
In the near term the UK grid will require some additional fossil peaking plant, which will work alongside batteries and DSR to ensure the lights stay on.
Businesses are clear that changes to the ETS benchmarks are needed - to facilitate low-carbon production methods, and eliminate perverse incentives to pollute.
New report finds UK is on track to phase-out coal by 2025 and can keep the lights on - without building any new large gas plants
Today, the European Commission published the preliminary 2017 emissions under the EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS). Sandbag has analysed the data, and we explain in six graphics what you need to know.
Our new report shows EU cooperation is needed to unlock cost-effective reductions