Listopad 2020. Metan ulatniający się z polskich kopalni wymaga pilnej interwencji.
November 2020. Methane leaking from Poland’s coal mines needs more urgent action.
November 2020. Country-by-country evaluation of Asian electricity data transparency.
November 2020. An energy pathway towards 2030 coal phase-out in Czechia.
November 2020. What National Energy and Climate Plans tell us about the EU power sector in 2030.
August 2020. The EU countries set to receive most of the Just Transition Fund plan to stick with coal – or swap it for fossil gas.
August 2020. Analysis finds that wind and solar generated one-tenth of global electricity in Jan-Jun 2020.
July 2020. Analysis finds that renewables beat fossil fuels for the first time in Europe in Jan-Jun 2020.
July 2020. Country-by-country comparison of wind and solar power. English version / 中文版本
June 2020. Analysis reveals that UK biomass power plants receive £1bn subsidies and £333m tax breaks annually.
April 2020. Analysis of 2019 ETS emissions shows that steel plants are becoming some of Europe’s biggest emitters.
March 2020. Analysis shows how COVID-19 lockdowns reduced electricity demand across Europe.
March 2020. Annual report and dataset of electricity generation and demand across 217 countries.
February 2020. Annual review of the European electricity transition shows that for the first time wind and solar power overtook coal.
January 2020. Investigation into coal plants outside EU borders that avoid carbon price on electricity imports.
December 2019. Lessons from four years of coal phase-out policy in Europe with insights from 20 experts across 10 countries.
December 2019. An assessment of company plans to burn biomass in EU coal power stations which risks accelerating climate change.
November 2019. Analysis shows that coal mine methane leaks are worse for climate change than shipping and aviation combined.
November 2019. Policy briefing on how UK election manifestos can commit to take the UK fully coal-free ahead of COP26 in Glasgow.
July 2019. This report gives evidence that German lignite profits have collapsed, weakening the case for large compensation packages.