Wind and solar power to dominate new US electricity capacity in 2020

The renewable energy sources are forecast to represent almost 76% of new capacity additions

Serbian city lent €7m to roll out cleaner buses

The CNG-powered buses will replace part of the old diesel fleet and are expected to reduce carbon emissions by at least 70%

US invests $25m in advancing natural gas operations

Projects aim to develop methods and technologies to cost-effectively enhance the safety and efficiency of natural gas production, gathering, storage and transmission infrastructure

IEA: Global coal demand to remain stable up to 2024

A fall in coal consumption in Europe and the US is forecast to be offset by growth in a number of key economies in Asia

London-based bank pledges $50m to help Moldova secure emergency gas

Moldova faces the risk of disrupted supply if Russia and Ukraine fail to extend a gas transit agreement that expires on 31st December 2019

New project to test renewable fuels with 3D printed burners in Sweden

Siemens and Göteborg Energi will initially install a gas turbine at the Rya CHP facility for the validation of 3D printed burners

Asia’s natural gas usage to continue to outpace supply

The supply imbalance is expected to widen through the projection period, resulting in non-OECD Asia increasing reliance on natural gas imports from other regions

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Wind to be fastest growing power source in the US in 2020

The Energy Information Administration forecasts power production from wind turbines will rise by 6% in 2019 and 14% next year

Guest Blog: Richard Burrell – Time to turn up the heat on decarbonisation targets

Decarbonising the UK’s heat network is one of the biggest energy challenges we face. The role of bioenergy, including biomass, in helping meet net zero heat emissions, has been convincingly outlined by the Renewable Energy Association’s (REA) Bioenergy Strategy report this week.

Ørsted pledges to halve supply chain emissions by 2032

It includes the goods and services used for the construction of wind farms, which make up the largest emission source in its supply chain