While progress has undoubtedly been made in decarbonising the energy sector, more is needed, and fast if we are to meet the Paris Agreement goal writes Jukka Lehtonen, vice president at Wärtsilä Energy.
The UK has come in 5th position in a ranking of the drop in emissions seen across Europe since the start of national COVID-19 lockdowns.
If the UK is to reach 100% renewables at the lowest cost, it will need 49.5GW of flexibility from both storage and gas, according to research from Wärtsilä.
Wärtsilä Energy's vice president for Africa & Europe Björn Ullbro takes a look at the lessons learnt from COVID-19 by the storage sector, and what more can be done in the coming year.
New analysis from technology group Wärtsilä has found that flexibility technologies can rapidly increase the share of renewables at a lower overall cost.
The UK’s current energy stimulus package misses the opportunity to create new green jobs and accelerate the transition to a flexible, renewable powered economy, according to a new report.
Coal generation in the UK has fallen by 35% in the last month due to COVID-19.