Despite four years of federal climate change denial, Joe Biden is inheriting an energy landscape that has continued to decarbonise thanks to the actions of companies and individual states.
2021 will see institutional capital begin to move, at scale, away from assets facing high levels of climate risk and, increasingly, towards companies and infrastructure that are well-positioned for a low-carbon global economy.
Caribbean islands are increasingly focusing on renewables. Being located on a volcano makes geothermal an interesting option.
One of the world’s largest pension funds is underwriting a new venture that aims to transform renewable energy investment.
As increasing numbers of countries aim for net-zero emissions through digitalisation. An index from the New Statesman Media Group reveals Canada to be the top country in which to build low-energy data centres.
Schneider Electric is providing digital solutions to help customers become more energy efficient, the company's energy management expert, Philippe Delorme, tells Energy Monitor.
Cheap renewable energy and difficulties financing coal are forcing change in South Africa, but there are concerns vested interests could push gas over solar and wind.
G20 leaders need to ditch voluntary commitments and set clear, measurable targets for clean energy access when they meet later this month.