COP26 Live: Glasgow is bringing the planet closer to Paris Agreement, IEA’s Birol says

Fully achieving all net zero pledges to date and the Global Methane pledge by those who signed it would limit global warming to 1.8°C, the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency said

Which are the top 5 oil-producing countries in the world?

This week, the ELN top 5 series looks at the five largest oil producers in the world

Hydrostor secures $10m to rollout long duration energy projects globally

The financing will be used to accelerate key near-term project milestones in North America and Australia

Sustainable investments make up a third of all global assets

This is a 15% overall increase since 2018

Canada provides $3.3m to boost climate awareness and action among young children

Earth Rangers aims to engage 300,000 children aged six to 12 across Canada through collective action at home, school and in their communities

GE to expand wind turbine blade factory in Canada

The facility in Gaspé has manufactured more than 10,000 blades, equivalent to around 6,000MW of capacity

Keystone XL developer to seek $15bn in damages from Biden administration

TC Energy claims that the government breached NAFTA obligations by blocking the construction of the project

Canada’s Algoma Steel granted $420m to become ‘greenest’ steel producer

The company’s proposed transition to electric arc furnace has the potential to reduce its carbon emissions by around 70%

US-Canada to co-operate on accelerating clean energy transition

A new study to help inform grid planners, utilities, industry, policymakers and other stakeholders about the challenges and opportunities that come with adding large amounts of renewables to the power system has also been launched

Keystone XL oil pipeline developer pulls the plug on controversial project

The news follows an executive order signed by President Joe Biden in January 2021 to halt the construction of the oil pipeline, which was planned to carry more than 800,000 barrels of oil a day