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

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

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

Netherlands to ban fossil fuel boilers from 2026

Dutch homes will have to install sustainable heating systems, such as a hybrid heat pumps, instead

Business consortium urges EU to strengthen energy security

More than 100 businesses including Microsoft, Unilever, H&M, and Iberdrola have called for an accelerated energy transition

‘Move straight from coal to renewables – avoid gas!’

Gas should no longer be seen as a ‘transition fuel’, a new report claims

bp inks circular plastics deal

The energy giant has partnered with Clean Energy Planet which converts hard-to-recycle waste plastics into circular petrochemical feedstocks

CO2 on Earth hits highest level in human history

That’s according to data, revealing that for the first time, carbon dioxide levels have peaked at 420ppm

Government sends more generators to Ukraine

The new generators will be enough to power equivalent of around 8,000 homes

How could UK’s wind and solar expansion lead to wasted electricity?

Britain is forecast to have an energy surplus for more than half of the year by 2030