BP is switching gears to renewables
World’s first net zero McDonald’s opens — at Walt Disney World
McDonald’s has completed construction of a restaurant at Walt Disney World in Florida that will create enough green energy to cover 100% of its energy needs on a net annual basis,
Sweden exits coal two years early
Power utility Stockholm Exergi has announced the permanent closure of coal-fired co-generation plant KVV6, in Hjorthagen, eastern Stockholm.
Renewables and geopolitics: Who will ‘win’ the energy transition?
The losers in a world which no longer runs on fossil fuels are obvious but the dividend from shrugging off hydrocarbon dependency will be spread around most of the world
Is it the end of the oil era?
it’s possible that the coronavirus crisis might be what topples the fundamental driver of the current economic order.
Global corporations set new record contracting 19.5 GW of wind and solar projects
Corporations contracted a record amount of wind and solar energy through power purchase agreements in 2019
Construction begins on pilot solar bike lane in the Netherlands
The Dutch province of Utrecht has announced that the installation of solar panels on part of a bike lane located in the municipality of Rhenen will start on February 3.
Fitch Ratings: solar outperformed wind yet again in 2019
Utility-scale solar projects are still outperforming comparable wind projects in predictability of generation and revenue.
Green energy overtakes fossil fuels in the UK in 2019 for the first time
The UK’s National Grid reports that green energy became the largest power source in the country in 2019
Asian wind power to outpace Western Europe and North America combined’
Fitch Solutions in updated report forecasts global wind capacity to almost double to 1,100GW by 2028.
Solar and wind offer safest route to decarbonized electricity mix
Solar and wind offer the route to a decarbonized global economy with the fewest negative side-effects.