Sun King raises $260m to ramp up clean energy access in Africa and Asia

To date, the company has helped power the lives of 82m people across 40 countries through its solar home systems that power lights, mobile phones and larger home appliances

Aussies emit four times more CO2 from coal power than the average person globally

Australia has the highest level of emissions from coal per person than any other developed country in 2021, according to a new report

Swedish Government grants permit for Vattenfall’s 640MW offshore wind farm

The Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm will consist of between 40 to 50 turbines and generate enough electricity to power more than half a million households every year

Consultation opens for London-wide expansion of ULEZ

The scheme is designed to slash the amount of toxic air Londoners are being exposed to

Could renewables restart Britain’s grid in the event of a power outage?

A live trial in Scotland has demonstrated how hydro generators could be used to fire up Britain’s electricity grid

Billpayers ‘could pay billions in extra nuclear plant decommissioning costs’

Seven power plants should have been decommissioned decades ago, according to a parliamentary committee report

Ocean pollution went deeper than ever!

Ocean acidification has reached the highest level in 26,000 years, according to a new report

Kosovo granted €6m to boost energy efficiency of public buildings

That includes kindergartens, schools and primary healthcare facilities in the country’s second largest city of Prizren

EU unveils €300bn package to slash reliance on Russia’s energy

The EU Commission President has highlighted the need for a “rapid reduction” in European reliance on Russian oil and gas

Small US businesses granted $53m for clean energy and climate solutions

It will support 259 projects across 38 states that cover security and resilience, renewable energy, energy storage, carbon capture and conversion and fusion energy