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Why Clean Power 2035 means No Coal by 2030

G7 countries need to phase out coal by 2030 and power their electricity from Clean Energy by 2035 to keep global warming under 1.5 degrees.

  • Coal
Research

New Generation: Building a clean European electricity system by 2035

Ember modelling of least-cost power system pathways reveals that a clean power system by 2035 should be at the core of energy planning for a net-zero continent by mid-century.

  • Solar
  • Wind
Research

Tackling Australia’s Coal Mine Methane Problem

The scale of methane emissions from Australia’s coal mines and potential actions to reduce leaks and mitigate their impact on the climate.

  • Coal Mine Methane
Research

Power connectivity in the Greater Mekong subregion

Reviewing the slow progress of power connectivity in the Greater Mekong subregion, with specific emphasis on rectifying the situation.

Research

Shocked into action

Responding to multiple crises, since 2019 most European countries have stepped up ambition on renewables and slashed plans for fossil fuels in 2030.

  • Fossil gas
  • Wind
  • Solar
Commentary

EU’s renewable energy ambition is a “wake up call” for Japan

Ahead of the G7 Leaders’ Summit, Energy Ministers will meet on Thursday, 26 May to decide if and how G7 countries will commit to clean power by 2035. Is Japan ready to put its name to it?

  • Wind
  • Solar
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Turkey: Wind and solar saved $7 bn in 12 months

As fossil gas prices skyrocketed globally, Turkish electricity prices took off. Wind and solar have already saved Turkey billions of dollars on fossil fuel imports, but they could do more with the right policy.

  • Wind
  • Solar
  • Coal
Research

Per Capita Coal Power Emissions, 2022

Australia had the highest coal power emissions per capita among the world's major economies in 2021, ranking as the top polluter in both the G20 and OECD.

  • Coal
Research

The EU’s €250 billion gas gamble

Analysis by Ember and Global Witness finds that persistently high gas prices could cost Europe €250 billion more than the EC estimated.

  • Fossil gas