‘Nearly 85% of retired US power capacity in 2022 will be coal power stations’

Almost 14.9GW of coal-fired power capacity will retire in the coming months

Scottish Government gives go-ahead for EDF JV wind farm

Developers of Stornoway wind farm will install the latest onshore wind turbines to reduce the cost of power generation

EDF switches off 46-year-old nuclear power station

The French energy giant will now move into the defuelling phase of Hunterston B in North Ayrshire in Scotland

COP26 Live: Energy Day in Glasgow kicks off with an ‘end in sight’ for coal

A 190-strong coalition has today agreed to both phase out coal power and end support for new coal power plants

Italian oil and gas major Eni and IRENA team up on green energy transition

They have signed a three-year agreement to work together in the promotion of renewable energy, particularly in countries that export fossil fuels

National Grid ESO embraces AI for accurate solar generation forecasts

The project is forecast to bring savings in balancing costs and carbon dioxide emissions

New $21.9m fund approved for geothermal energy exploration in Saint Lucia

The project will support exploratory drilling, capacity building, technical assistance and market engagement as well as prepare women for employment for technical jobs within the energy sector

Teesside to become home to the ‘UK’s first’ net zero power plant

The natural gas plant at Wilton International in Teesside will capture and store all its emissions under the North Sea

Grid will say bye to coal in 2024!

From 1st October 2024, the UK will no longer use coal to generate electricity

IEA warns 2021 will see the second largest rise in global energy-related emissions ever

Driven by coal use for electricity generation, carbon dioxide emissions are projected to rise by 1.5 billion tonnes