Study: Accelerated clean energy transition could slash family energy bills

The family of four in the world’s most developed nations could save $2,000 (£1,574) a year on their energy bills if typical engineer a rapid switch to clean energy sources, a major new report released today suggests. The research – released just days ahead of the G7 leaders’ summit in Berlin – argues that implementing … Read more

IEA: Clean tech drives record-breaking energy investment

Surging investment in clean energy, energy efficiency, and electricity grids is set to push clean energy spending to a record high in 2022, according to the latest figures from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The IEA’s World Energy Investment 2022 Report, published yesterday, predicts that global energy investment is to increase by eight per cent … Read more

Could renewables really help revive nature?

A major new report from trade body Euroelectric explores how renewables projects could work in harmony with nature recovery plans Renewables developers and conservationists have always had a somewhat conflicted relationship. The vast majority of those who work to protect nature recognise that decarbonisation is essential to protect the biosphere in the long term, but … Read more

'A Peace Plan for the 21st Century': UN Secretary-General urges countries to accelerate renewables transition

António Guterres warns countries are getting a ‘giant fail mark’ from scientists and the public opinion over their climate strategies “Renewables are the peace plan of the 21st century,” UN Secretary-General António Guterres has today declared, as he reiterated calls for governments to respond to both the climate crisis and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by … Read more