The International Energy Agency says global energy investment is falling short of what would be needed to meet continued robust growth in the world’s energy demand
The International Energy Agency said the share of fossil fuels in energy supply investment rose last year for the first time since 2014
If you’ve never heard of him you will now. Hans Christian Ørsted was a Danish physicist who worked on electromagnetism and his name has now been taken by energy giant DONG. It will change name from November 6th. Making the announcement today Thomas Thune Andersen, Chairman of the Board of Directors, said: “DONG was originally […]
ELN Editor Sumit Bose speaks to Tony Ward, Head of Power and Utilities at EY about the role of the energy sector in the UK’s economy.
UK cresting the marine hydro wave As an island nation sandwiched between the immense Atlantic Ocean and the turbulent North Sea, the UK clearly has an abundance of marine energy resources. You only have to visit the coast to see mile after mile of free energy potential washing over the shore, even on a calm […]
Energy Secretary Ed Davey today sounded the alarm bells about political consensus on energy, saying it is “in danger of breaking down”. In a speech to members of the thinktank IPPR, the Lib Dem MP said energy investment relies on politicians who are “ready to put the national interest above party interest”. Touching briefly on […]