Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wants to eliminate carbon from the US power sector by 2035. Experts call the proposal “one of the most radical infrastructure overhauls in US history”.
Sub-Saharan African countries could become big hydrogen exporters, but why not use hydrogen to power their own industrial development?
Smart meters are often dismissed as a gimmick but without them targets like the one announced by Boris Johnson this month will be unachievable.
China's commitment to become carbon neutral before 2060 should also give extra impetus to EU clean energy transition plans.
A refusal by Russia to fully take part in the global clean energy transition could have serious economic and political repercussions for the country.
Suspicion about a bias towards fossil fuels in the IEA’s flagship World Energy Outlook appears to be confirmed by new research, but many experts insist the agency is changing.
New technologies and an eagerness from oil and gas majors to tackle methane leakage mean an EU strategy aimed at tackling the issue is well-timed.
The Italian island of Sardinia has strong wind and solar resources, so why is it considering a natural gas transport pipeline?