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bneGREEN: Most growth in power generation by 2050 will be solar and wind – BP

by Roberta Harrington in London February 1, 2023

Most growth in global power generation by 2050 will be solar and wind, according to oil supermajor BP’s annual benchmark report, the 2023 Energy Outlook.

bneGREEN: Renewable energy was a hot topic in Davos but for Europe, much work remains

by Roberta Harrington in London January 25, 2023

‘Cooperation in a fragmented world’ was the theme at the World Economic Forum in Davos, but Europe is still struggling to catch up with the cleantech policies of the US and China.

bneGREEN: Patent data show shift to green hydrogen gaining momentum

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh January 11, 2023

Global hydrogen production is set to become greener, with patent data suggesting a shift towards a new wave of innovation and scientific development in electrolysis technology.

bneGREEN: Green transition is $10.3 trillion opportunity for the global economy by 2050, new report finds

by Roberta Harrington in London January 11, 2023

New green industries could be worth $10.3 trillion to the global economy by 2050, equivalent to 5.2% of global GDP that year, finds a new report by Arup and Oxford Economics.

GUSTAFSON: Russian nuclear power – unsanctioned – is prospering worldwide

Professor Thane Gustafson in Washington January 8, 2023

As the Western nuclear industry flounders, Russia’s Rosatom is building nuclear power plants on time and under budget around the world, while selling uranium to the United States.

bneGREEN: Record 2022 for coal threatens green targets

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh January 6, 2023

World coal consumption reached a new high in 2022 before levelling out in 2023 and 2024, with rising usage in emerging Asian countries cancelling out falling demand in advanced economies.

Kazakhstan moves uranium exports through Middle Corridor

Joanna Lillis for Eurasianet January 4, 2023

Kazatomprom said it was avoiding routes across Russia due to sanctions on the country.

Apocalypse 2050: World on course for 15% GDP fall

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh December 15, 2022

The world is set to see global GDP plummet by a catastrophic 15% by 2050 if current emissions trends are not reined in and global warming reaches 2.2°C by 2050.

bneGREEN: Rosatom’s Saudi bid next step for Russian nuclear tech

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh December 14, 2022

Rosatom aims to build the first nuclear reactor in Saudi Arabia as part of the company’s global drive to break into emerging markets for atomic energy

bneGREEN: Renewables finally achieve turbocharged growth

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh December 9, 2022

Solar is set to overtake coal as the world’s leading source of power supply by early 2025, the IEA said

bneGREEN: War in Ukraine speeds up global transition to renewable energy

Dominic Culverwell in London December 7, 2022

The global energy crisis caused by Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has sped up the green transition, Ukraine Business news reported on December 7.

bneGREEN: Energy efficiency investment turns the corner in 2022, but more is needed

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh December 2, 2022

Global investment in energy efficiency could rise by 16% to $560bn in 2022, the International Energy Agency said, as governments and consumers respond to fuel supply disruptions and record-high energy prices.

bneGREEN: Climate paralysis at COP27 as no progress made on 1.5 degrees

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh November 21, 2022

COP finished two days late on November 20 without any new agreements on climate change targets or emissions reductions, although a deal was hammered out to set up an as yet uncosted loss and damage fund.

bneGREEN: COP27: Coal proves a stubborn foe in fight to save climate

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh November 20, 2022

Reducing coal consumption is the central challenge to achieving the world’s climate targets, Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency, told COP27.

bneGREEN: COP27 warns business cannot be trusted to police greenwashing

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh November 18, 2022

The UN has identified greenwashing by business and finance as the biggest danger facing the race to net zero, urging them to avoid a toxic cover-up and to ensure that any climate pledges they keep are in line with the 1.5-degree targets.

bneGREEN: Uberwealthy are the worst climate criminals

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh November 12, 2022

The investments of the world’s 125 wealthiest people produce the same amount of CO2 as the whole of France, while each of them emits a million times more greenhouse gases than the average person.

bneGREEN: Gas has potential to derail COP27’s green ambitions

Richard Lockhart in Edinburgh November 11, 2022

Emissions from future LNG projects and could use up 10% of the remaining global carbon budget for 1.5˚C warming by 2050.

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