Global floating wind capacity ‘to grow 2,000-fold by 2050’

A new study predicts installed capacity of floating wind will soar from its current level of 100MW to as much as 250GW by mid-century

ISO 50001: the pros and cons of an energy management system

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that to prevent catastrophic climate impacts, global temperature rise must be kept below 1.5°C.

Climate change ‘could see additional 1.2m properties across Great Britain flooded by 2050’

A new report says this flood risk would be driven by increased rainfall, higher sea levels, more frequent and severe storms and higher coastal surges

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Protecting your business in a volatile energy market

How organisations can minimise risks from an uncertain, volatile energy market caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, but also maximise opportunities.

Future Fit – preparing for life after lockdown

As energy users struggle with life under lockdown they not only need to ride out the immediate crisis but also prepare for the opportunities ahead as life, and energy markets, start returning to normal.

Governments and investors ‘will waste $600bn if they continue too invest in new coal’

A new report from Carbon Tracker says new investments in coal power must end immediately to minimise the risk of stranded assets

The world is ‘way off track to hitting either the 1.5°C or 2°C Paris Agreement targets’

António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, has warned ‘time is fast running out’

Climate change ‘could cost global economy nearly $10tn by 2050’

A new report warns nature losses and environmental damage need to be rapidly reversed in order to avoid severe financial losses across multiple vital sectors