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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.
The Italian island of Sardinia has strong wind and solar resources, so why is it considering a natural gas transport pipeline?
Most innovations and technologies we enjoy came about because of government support.
Wind and solar are cheap. So why aren’t they expanding faster in Africa?
Countries in Eastern Europe are often seen as climate action laggards, but the reality is more complicated.