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UK Aims to Increase Renewable Energy Capacity by 12GW
IEA Commends Austria's Efforts to Accelerate its Clean Energy Transition
Austria is committed to reaching carbon neutrality by 2040 at the latest – 10 years earlier than the goal set by the European Union.
Microsoft: ‘carbon-Negative’ by 2030 even for Supply Chain
Microsoft is pledging to become 100% “carbon-negative” by 2030 by removing more carbon from the environment than it emits.
Developing Zero-Carbon Energy Carriers is a $500bn Opportunity
Big Oil is already setting its eyes on capturing the market for high-voltage transmission lines that could change the way clean energy is accessed.
Google says it Won’t Build AI Tools for Oil and Gas Drillers
Google says it will no longer build custom artificial intelligence tools for speeding up oil and gas extraction, separating itself from cloud computing rivals Microsoft and Amazon.
Denmark Proposes 4GW "Energy Islands"
The Danish finance ministry has unveiled plans to support 4GW of new offshore wind capacity in the form of new energy islands.
BP Enters into Two Global Framework Agreements with Worley
Both agreements are for a term of two years to provide services to BP’s global offshore developments.
A Flexible Energy System Could Aid the UK Achieve Net Zero Economy
The project will investigate the role of flexible energy systems in achieving a net zero economy.
Global CO2 Emissions to Drop 4-7% in 2020
Four countries or blocs -- China, the United States, the European Union and India -- accounted for two-thirds of the downturn across the first four months of 2020, equivalent to more than one billion tonnes of CO2.
Australia Looks to Big Oil in Latest Plan to Curb Emissions
Australia is seeking to cut emissions in one of the world’s biggest per-capita polluters by encouraging oil firms including Chevron Corp. and Woodside Petroleum Ltd. to invest in carbon-reduction projects.
IEA Sees Unique Opportunity for Clean Energy During Covid-19 Crisis
In the midst of a pandemic that’s shaken energy markets to the core and threatens to send the global economy into a depression, renewable energy is holding steady.
US EIA Expects Strong Renewables Generation Growth in 2020
Notwithstanding a projected decline in total US electrical generation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, renewable energy sources are projected to produce significantly more electricity in 2020.
Climate Assembly UK to Consider Covid-19 Impacts in Final Net Zero Policy Discussions
The new multi-million-pound facility will be the onshore base for the Dogger Bank wind farm, which is expected to provide renewable electricity.
First, Renewable Energy Is Poised to Eclipse Coal in U.S.
The United States is on track to produce more electricity this year from renewable power than from coal for the first time on record, new government projections show.
India CO2 Emission Fall, First in 4 Decades
India's emissions of toxic carbon dioxide are falling for the first time in 40 years because of a slowing economy, the growth of clean energy and a continuing blockade.
A Blooming Chance for Renewable Energy Amid Coronavirus?
In the face of multiple crises, governments can kill two birds with one stone by going big on green stimulus, rescuing the economy while also making big cuts to greenhouse gas emissions.
EU Energy Ministers must Phase Out Fossil Gas and Improve Their 2030 Plans
EU energy ministers have discussed sector integration as well as the state of play of the National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs).
EU Bank Ends Fossil Fuel Lending in World-First for Climate
The European Investment Bank (EIB) today became the world's first public lender to commit to ending funding for coal, oil and gas.
Rate of Carbon Emission Falls Across Europe Amid Covid-19
Cornwall Insight studied electricity demand and carbon emissions in five European countries.
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Great Britain Sets No-Coal Record as Pandemic Reduces Demand
Great Britain broke the record for the longest period of electricity generation without coal, according to energy data analyst EnAppSys.
Major Corporates Urge EU to Put Net Zero at Heart of Covid-19 Recovery Plans
European Corporate Leaders Group joins EU's independent green finance advisory panel in calling for green coronavirus recovery plan.
EU needs clear European Green and Solidarity Pact by September
Stark predictions around the unprecedented economic challenges facing Europe (and the world) are starting to take shape.
Philippines' AC Energy to Fully Divest Coal Assets by 2030
It plans to expand its renewables capacity to 5GW by 2025.
Covid-19 Response Accelerates the Renewable Transition, According to Wärtsilä
Coal-based power generation has fallen by 25.5% across the European Union and the UK in the first three months of 2020, compared to 2019, as a result of the response to Covid-19.
Royal Dutch Shell Commits To Net Zero Emissions By 2050
Royal Dutch Shell PLC, one of the world's largest oil and gas producers, on Thursday promised to become net carbon neutral by 2050 at the latest.
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Shell Deepens Carbon Reduction Plans
Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday announced plans to deepen its greenhouse gas emissions reduction "ambitions".
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Australia’s State-Based Race to Zero Emissions has Officially Kicked Off
US Election Signals Shift in Country’s Climate Change Stance
Six Key Ways Sub-Saharan Africa can Address COVID-19 and Climate Change
SSE Commits to Net Zero by 2050
Infosys Becomes Carbon Neutral; Outlines ESG Vision for 2030
FirstEnergy Pledges to Achieve Carbon Neutrality by 2050