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Electrification: Using more to emit less

Electrification: Using more to emit less

Arguing that electrification will increase carbon emissions is misguided, argues Jan Rosenow from the Regulatory Assistance Project. Instead, the focus must be on bringing more renewables online to make electricity production as clean as possible.

How team EU-US can get the world to kick coal

How team EU-US can get the world to kick coal

Coal has to go, and fast, if net-zero emissions targets are to be met and the world to avoid dangerous climate change. The EU and US should join forces to lead the effort, argue Pieter de Pous from E3G and Steve Herz from the Sierra Club.

Why the US should push renewables, not gas, in Europe

Why the US should push renewables, not gas, in Europe

The Three Seas Initiative between countries in the east of Europe remains, with US support, focused on gas. Switching its attention to renewables would avoid stranded assets and boost technological, industrial and economic transformation, writes Julian Popov from the European Climate Foundation.

Opinion: What is the future of nuclear power?

Opinion: What is the future of nuclear power?

This is the question Energy Monitor has tried to answer over the past week, with a series of in-depth articles to mark the tenth anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi disaster in Japan. Here is our conclusion.

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