The drop in energy demand because of COVID-19 will remove some 2.5 years’ worth of energy sector emissions between now and 2050, says BNEF report.
Finance and Policy
A new report reveals that G20 countries' stimulus packages are weighted to support legacy energy systems instead of renewable.
Australia hit a renewable energy milestone early in October when solar power provided 100% of South Australia’s energy needs for a whole hour.
Numerous upstream organisations have made important steps towards adopting decarbonisation methods in their operations, writes Norvergence LLC.
Countries in the Middle East and Africa are using the introduction and improvement of net-metering schemes to support solar PV auctions and installations.
Research and Development
Recently released report Eskom Transformed: Achieving a Just Transition for South Africa offers an alternative look at the crises at the utility and possible solutions.
Dr Tony Surridge, the general manager for Cleaner Fossil Fuels at SANEDI in South Africa unpacks some of the guidelines that can be employed to control carbon emissions.
The number of companies within the oil and gas industry turning to power their operations using renewable energy is increasing, according to a new report issued by IHS Markit.
On the path to decarbonise markets, can Africa industrialise with less fossil fuel-driven power generation and attain net-zero economies?