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Coal-free Czechia 2030

Energy modelling by Ember shows that Czechia can phase out coal from electricity and heating by 2030.

  • European Union
  • Czechia
  • Coal
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Zero Carbon Electricity Soars in October

Strong performance in zero carbon electricity in Europe during October has forced down fossil fuel generation.

  • Europe
  • Demand
  • Carbon Intensity
  • Nuclear
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Vision or Division?

What National Energy and Climate Plans tell us about the EU power sector in 2030.

  • European Union
  • Europe
  • Coal
  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Nuclear
  • Gas
  • Carbon Intensity
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Public Consultation on the Carbon Border Adjustment

Ember's response to the European Commission's proposal for a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism.

  • European Union
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Gambling with Biomass: Reliance on BECCS undermines National Grid’s net-zero scenarios

National Grid models unlikely to deliver net-zero by 2050 through over-reliance on BECCS

  • Europe
  • United Kingdom
  • G7
  • G20
  • Bioenergy
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Poland’s wholesale electricity prices rise to the highest in Europe

Three factors have contributed to high Polish electricity prices – expensive Polish coal, low renewables generation, and falling gas prices.

  • Europe
  • Poland
  • European Union
  • Coal
  • Gas
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Close inefficient coal by 2030 for net zero, shows IEA

The dirtiest plants of the dirtiest fuel must be the first to phase-out, according to IEA's World Energy Outlook.

  • World
  • Coal
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Coal power plants: Aluminium’s dirty little secret

Analysis by Ember shows that the aluminium industry consumed 6% of all global coal-fired electricity in 2019; more than Europe.

  • World
  • Coal
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Europe’s Electricity Demand Roars Back, Driving Up Coal Generation

European coal generation has reached its highest level since March – down just 2TWh year-on-year – as EU electricity demand roars back.

  • Europe
  • European Union
  • Coal