India defended its use of fossil fuels citing energy security priorities, even as the country vowed to remain committed to decarbonisation.
Bangladesh is set to increase its coal-based power generation capacity to ensure supply security at a time when many other countries are focussing on cutting dependency on thermal coal power to achieve climate goals.
South Korea will boost nuclear power generation and downgrade its plans for renewable energy as the nation overhauls its electricity mix to meet emissions reduction targets.
The UK could save “well over £100 billion” on the road to net zero by pursuing a “100% renewable energy mix”, according to a new report.
Spending on low-carbon projects will increase by $60 billion this year, 10% higher than 2022, led by wind developments, but helped by a significant rise in funding for hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) infrastructure, Rystad Energy research shows.
All aspects of renewable electricity generation in the UK are currently affected by policy uncertainty. The UK government’s stated policy goals are to decarbonise electricity generation through increased deployment of offshore wind, carbon capture utilisation and storage, hydrogen and nuclear.
Vietnam has landed a $15.5 billion partnership with funders led by the European Union and the UK to help finance its transition away from coal.
BP ventures has made a A$20 million (US$13.6 million) investment in 5B Holdings, an Australia-based renewable energy company, which BP said has technology to enable the rapid deployment of solar power at scale.
Australia’s Labor government is planning to seize control of domestic gas prices when it introduces extraordinary new legislation to parliament on Thursday in what has been likened to a near nationalisation of gas markets.
Billionaire Andrew Forrest agreed to acquire Partners Group Holding AG-backed CWP Renewables Pty for about a A$4 billion ($2.7 billion) valuation, extending a rush of deal-making focused on Australia’s accelerating shift to cleaner energy.
An overwhelming majority of energy firms in Scotland are now involved in low carbon and renewables, according to a new survey.
An offshore wind expert has labelled the UK Government’s new electricity generators windfall tax a “penalty” on early entrants into the renewables market.
US President Joe Biden and Indonesian President Joko Widodo announced a climate finance deal providing $20 billion to help Indonesia pivot away from coal power.
Ahead of a skills summit in Aberdeen this week, employment experts have assessed why Scotland and the wider UK has woes around attracting enough workers in renewable energy.
President Xi Jinping has promised a slow and steady end to the growth of planet-warming emissions in China, with energy security taking top priority as the country contends with a flagging economy and tumult on global fuel markets.
Westminster is rolling out new powers in a bid to severe the link between the price of gas and renewables.
An offshore energy skills summit will be held in Aberdeen next month to help break down barriers faced by oil and gas workers in the shift away from fossil fuels.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said the move away from fossil fuels to renewable energy needs to “accelerate”.
The energy crisis is deepening. There is little doubt that most economies around the world are facing a serious situation and, with recent reports suggesting one in four people in the UK will not switch their heating on this winter, that’s a chilling prospect for our population, particularly the elderly and vulnerable.
Emergency support vessel operator North Star expects a tightening of the market in the North Sea to deliver profits.
TotalEnergies chief executive Patrick Pouyanne is bullish on pushing his company into renewable energy even as the Russian invasion of Ukraine shakes up the global energy market.
Work is ongoing to “break the link” between the cost of gas and electricity prices in the UK, the prime minister has confirmed.
According to research by RGU Energy Transition Institute, over 200,000 offshore workers will be needed in the UK by 2030, and over 65% of the workforce will support low carbon energy activities.
A talk with Francesco Benvenuto, Head of Energy Management for Falck Renewables – Next Solutions
Philippine billionaire Enrique Razon made his fortune operating ports and running casinos. His next target is the country’s nascent renewables industry.