Independent energy supplier Igloo is trialling a new smartphone app which it says can reduce electric vehicle charging emissions by as much as 20%.
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Soaring renewables required under the UK’s binding climate change targets will send wholesale power prices crashing and fundamentally alter the workings of the power sector towards wider use of ‘capacity contracts’.
Committee on Climate Change (CCC) chair Lord Deben has this week urged the government to be more ambitious on electric vehicles as a matter of urgency and, crucially, bring forward the proposed phase-out of conventional vehicle by five years.
‘Rapid, far-reaching change’: IPCC recommends up to 97% of power from renewables to limit climate change
Rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented change is required to limit climate change to 1.5C, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has warned.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has rebuked the government for failing to deliver a pipeline of decarbonisation policies across several sectors, stressing that the time for it to address climate matters is running out.
Glencore chairman and ex-BP chief executive Tony Hayward has cast doubt over the worldwide energy transition, arguing that the penetration of renewables worldwide is being outpaced by the demand for growth.
The UK should adopt a legal net zero emission target this year on the back of an increasingly strong scientific, technological, legal and political argument, think tank Bright Blue has recommended.
In the first of a series of blog posts from NextEnergy Capital on what’s needed to herald in the low carbon energy transition, MD Abid Kazim examines the need for and benefits of a wholly new approach to carbon pricing.
Liam Stoker glances at BP’s 2018 Energy Outlook, published this week, and discusses why it simply must be proven wrong, or the world faces dire circumstances.