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16 02 2020 | 05:47

PV 'repowering potential to hit 67GW'.

Solar prices will continue to drop over the next decade, driven by advances in module efficiency, manufacturing, labour practices and software, while repowering potential could hit 67GW, according to…

16 02 2020 | 05:41

How Long Will the Slowdown in Renewables Last?

Taking a sports analogy, renewables proliferation resembled a sprint for most of the last decade.

16 02 2020 | 05:24

Bellona: A green energy transition is necessary in the Arctic.

Climate change is one of the biggest threats to the Arctic and therefore the entire plant. And while numerous nations speak of the importance of limiting their carbon footprints, nonetheless are…

16 02 2020 | 05:21

Oil firms risk public backlash if profits put before climate, says IEA .

Some companies have taken steps to combat crisis but report says more could be done The world’s energy watchdog has warned the oil and gas industry that it risks a public backlash by failing to act…

16 02 2020 | 05:14

The future of energy: shedding light on different renewable energy options after the Chevron announcement.

After the big oil corporation, Chevron, announced their $11 billion write-down, experts are predicting a negative future for the oil industry.

15 02 2020 | 09:56

Bernie Sanders’s magical thinking on climate change

The prospect of Bernie Sanders becoming the Democratic nominee has startled many people who worry that his brand of democratic socialism won’t sell and would pave the way for a second Trump term.…

14 02 2020 | 06:35

BP sets net zero carbon target for 2050.

New CEO Bernard Looney reveals plan to invest more in low-carbon businesses BP’s new chief executive has set an ambitious target to shrink the oil firm’s carbon footprint to net zero by 2050 by…

14 02 2020 | 06:29

Renewable energy generator powered by rainfall developed by City University of Hong Kong scientists.

Flooding, droughts, destructive wildfires, and more natural disasters are taking place across the globe, growing more common and extreme with climate change. The climate emergency has heightened the…

14 02 2020 | 06:25

Correcting Anti-Renewable Energy Propaganda.

In 1989, pro-nuclear lobbyists claimed that wind power couldn’t even provide 1% of Germany’s electricity. A few years later, pro-nuclear lobbyists ran ads in German newspapers, claiming that…

14 02 2020 | 06:02

Global Energy CO2 Emissions Stabilised In 2019: IEA.

Global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions stabilised last year according to the International Energy Agency. The IEA hopes it’s not just another pause in growth.

14 02 2020 | 05:12

Carbon-neutral in 15 years? The country with an ambitious plan.

When a small village in Finland took the country’s biggest peat producer to court over a polluted river, it didn’t expect to win.  But it had a secret weapon - a local fisherman-turned-scientist…

13 02 2020 | 08:58

Blade recycling: a top priority for the wind industry.

Wind turbines already have a recyclability rate of 85% to 90%. Making turbines 100% recyclable is an important task for the wind industry – and we are making significant progress in the right…

13 02 2020 | 06:52

Moixa team up with Alfen to demonstrate how AI could ‘revolutionise’ home EV charging.

Moixa has teamed up with energy solution specialist Alfen to launch a new EV charging partnership. Moixa, the developer of smart software for domestic battery and electric vehicle charging, and…

13 02 2020 | 06:49

Generate Capital Raises Over $1 Billion For Renewable Energy Projects.

Renewable energy investment firm Generate Capital has raised over $1 billion for new projects Renewable energy investment firm Generate Capital has raised more than $1 billion for new projects,…

13 02 2020 | 06:48

Coalition wilfully blind to economics of renewables.

One of the greatest frustrations as a scientist is to see interpretations of data misrepresented by politicians. Unfortunately in Australia, much of this bluster has come from the far-right side of…

13 02 2020 | 06:44

Britain must be a world leader in all forms of green energy.

The UK must lead the ‘globalisation of the green new deal’ and a first step would be to build a Severn tidal barrage The phrase “a stitch in time saves nine” dates back to the 18th century, near…

13 02 2020 | 06:26

Research finds Antarctic penguin colonies declining due to climate change.

Research carried out by Greenpeace has found that chinstrap penguin colonies in the Antarctic have declined by as much as 77% in the last 50 years. Scientists surveying chinstrap penguin colonies…

13 02 2020 | 06:25

Coal-fired power investment nuts: Turnbull.

Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says it's "nuts" for the Morrison government to consider backing coal-fired power. Mr Turnbull was in Canberra on Monday as a guest at a speech to…

13 02 2020 | 06:22

The Future Of US Solar Is Bright.

This is the first of a multi-part series on the state of the main sources of energy in the US and how they compare globally.

13 02 2020 | 06:05

Coronavirus scare: Solar sector faces the heat.

Projects are being delayed, units shut; prices of equipment surge Indian companies supplying solar panels are reeling under the impact of coronavirus, as a result of which projects are getting…