Oil and gas sector ‘to prevent the world from limiting rising temperatures to 1.5°C’

None of the 100 companies investigated in a new report have committed to ending oil and gas exploration, despite the fact that they are arguably the largest contributors to the global climate emergency

‘Every UK job could be green’

A detailed net zero strategy and collaboration between industry, education sector and government are needed to
unlock the green industrial revolution, according to a new report

‘Global fossil fuel demand for power has peaked’

A new report further suggests that almost 63% of emerging markets have seen their fossil fuel demand for electricity peak or plateau

IEA: Electricity demand growth will require more fossil fuel production

It found renewables are not expanding quickly enough to meet the strong rebound in power demand this year, resulting in a ‘sharp rise’ in coal power consumption

Who are the five biggest coal producers in the world?

This week, ELN’s Top 5 series looks at the five biggest coal producing countries in the world

Get your wings – help the RAF fly with zero emissions!

The Royal Air Force has launched a scheme that will explore zero-emission options for the replacement of the existing fleet of fossil-fuelled military training aircraft

Five countries ‘plan 80% of world’s new coal power’

More than 600 new coal-fired plants are currently underway, a new report suggests

GUEST BLOG: Tom Greatrex – A new nuclear age

Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Association, Tom Greatrex says nuclear station closures threaten jobs and climate goals without new investment

EBRD to tie all its investments with Paris Agreement by 2022

The institution will stop investment in oil and gas projects and will increase decarbonisation support to countries that are heavily dependent on fossil fuels

SP Energy Networks unveils £3.2bn investment for greener future

The mammoth investment will support the upgrade of critical infrastructure as the UK moves to low carbon technologies