US announces $22m fund to capture carbon dioxide from the air

The grant will cover fundamental research in materials and field testing of prototypes

Glasgow’s COP26 climate conference delayed until 2021 due to coronavirus

The event, originally scheduled for November, was heralded as being the ‘most important meeting of minds since the Paris Agreement was signed’

London sees clearer skies as pollution levels hit five-year low

With Londoners increasingly staying at home, the covid-19 outbreak has caused a ‘significant’ dip in NO2 and PM2.5 levels

IEA extends support to Luxembourg’s energy transition goals

The agency has asked Luxembourg ‘to adopt new measures that boost investment in renewable energy and efficiency’ to stay on track to reduce emissions by 55% till 2030

Public transport, walking and cycling ‘need to become primary forms of travel’

That’s the suggestion from Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, who added all motorcycles, buses, cars and trucks, will have to become zero emission

India breathes ‘cleanest air’ during one-day coronavirus curfew

India is now on a 21-day lockdown that started on the 24th of March

Toyota and Hino Motors partner to develop heavy-duty fuel cell truck

Heavy-duty trucks account for about 60% of the total carbon dioxide emissions from commercial vehicles operating in the firms’ home market of Japan

Coronavirus or Climate Change – which is more of a worry?

Energy Live News Reporter Dimitris Mavrokefalidis went down to Westminster last week to find out…

Most of the world’s airlines ‘will go bankrupt amid coronavirus crisis’

That’s the suggestion from CAPA Centre for Aviation, a Sydney-based consultancy, which predicts the majority of the world’s airlines will be out-of-business by the end of May

ContourGlobal scraps plan for new coal power plant in Kosovo

The power generation company announced that it made the decision in order to facilitate the global transition to renewables