IEA Reports the Dangerous Demand Increases of 2021

IEA Reports the Dangerous Demand Increases of 2021

The latest insights from the IEA report on the rapid increase in global demand in 2021 and the implications for the market, consumers and emissions. The global electricity demand in 2021 created tight supply outlooks across the commodity markets that increased market prices and emissions to unprecedented highs. Without the rapid transition to clean electricity, [...]
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UK Government Invest £116 million for Green Innovation

The UK has announced a £116 million fund to boost green innovation for UK businesses and a £19 million increase to the Energy Entrepreneurs Fund. Announced this week, Tuesday 7th December, the UK Government has invested over £116 million to boost green, innovative technologies. The funding aims to help businesses across the UK reduce carbon [...]
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Liquid Hydrogen Powered Plane for UK Zero Emission Flights

UK Government-funded liquid hydrogen plane project revealed. Today, Monday 6th November, the Aerospace Technology Institute has revealed a cutting-edge, liquid hydrogen concept plane within their FlyZero project. The project has received Government backing with £15 million to develop the technology required to bring the concept to reality. This ambitious liquid hydrogen concept plane could result [...]
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UK Announce Electric Vehicle Revolution Legislation

UK Prime Minister has announced new legislation requiring new builds to install electric vehicle charge points. On Monday 22nd November, the UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, announced that under the new legislation, new buildings, including major renovation, will be required to install electric vehicle charge points from 2022. Under the new regulations, the Government estimate [...]
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Nord Stream 2 Delays Increase European Wholesale Gas Prices

The German energy regulator has suspended the approval to service the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. Wholesale gas prices across Europe have increased due to delays to the service of Nord Stream 2. The German energy regulator has suspended approval of the project until the operating company can comply with German law. This decision could [...]
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COP26 Finalise Paris Agreement and Keeps 1.5C Alive with Glasgow Climate Pact

COP26 has come to an end on Saturday 13th November as nearly 200 countries agree to the Glasgow Climate Pact. The Glasgow Climate Pact has marked the end of the 2-week negotiations at COP26 to complete a Paris Rulebook, guidelines of how to deliver on the Paris Agreement, after 6 years of discussions. The Paris [...]
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First Draft of COP26 Agreement Published

The UK COP26 presidency has published the first draft of a COP26 agreement. Countries are being encouraged to strengthen long-term targets towards climate change by the end of 2022 in the first draft of a COP26 agreement. This first draft has marked the closing days of the summit which is due to end on Friday [...]
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COP26 Marks the End of Coal in Sight

Coal has been in the heat of discussion at COP26 as the single largest contributor to climate change as countries, banks and organisations put coal in the history books. COP26 is at the centre of achieving clean energy transitions and the swift phase-out of coal to limit global temperatures in line with the Paris Agreement. [...]
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The UK Publish a Strategy to Deliver Net-Zero by 2050

The UK has published a net-zero strategy to deliver on its commitments by 2050. Following the ambitious announcement on October 7th to decarbonise the UK electricity system by 2035, the UK has published a strategy to deliver on its Net-Zero commitments.  The official documents were published on October 19th and set a path for the [...]
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What is net zero and how can YOU get there?

The term ‘net zero’ is starting to crop up in the news on an almost daily basis. But what does net zero actually mean and, more importantly, is it possible?

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