July 31 2019

Energy Storage Investments Boom As Battery Costs Halve in the Next Decade

BNEF’s annual Energy Storage Outlook revises up its forecast for global investment in stationary energy storage, and sees majority of capacity likely to be grid-scale.

July 10 2019

World Clean Energy Investment Slips in 1H 2019, Despite Billion-Dollar Financings of Solar in Dubai and Offshore Wind in Taiwan

Hiatus in renewable energy project deals in mainland China pulls down global investment in clean energy by 14% to $117.6 billion in first half of 2019.

June 18 2019

Solar, Wind, Batteries To Attract $10 Trillion to 2050, But Curbing Emissions Long-Term Will Require Other Technologies Too

Low-cost renewables and batteries can put world on a path over the next decade compatible with 2 degrees Celsius. Staying on that path from the 2030s will be another challenge.

May 15 2019

Electric Transport Revolution Set To Spread Rapidly Into Light and Medium Commercial Vehicle Market

The latest annual forecast from our EV Outlook shows global sales of gasoline and diesel vehicles declining as electric models rise to dominance in passenger cars, buses and light commercial vehicles.

May 9 2019

Booming LNG Faces Big Swings in Supply-Demand Balance

The global liquefied natural gas market is set to see sharp shifts between excess supply and excess demand during the 2019 to 2023 period. Effect on prices may hinge on weather patterns.

March 26 2019

Battery Power’s Latest Plunge in Costs Threatens Coal, Gas

Lithium-ion batteries and offshore wind both see dramatic gains in competitiveness during the last year compared to longer-established energy options.

March 25 2019

2019 New Energy Pioneers Unveiled at BNEF Summit in New York City

Game-changing companies from around the world recognized for their leadership in transformative technologies.

February 20 2019

How Cheap Money Can Help Save the Planet

New report pinpoints how concessional finance can make wind, solar, and batteries cost-competitive faster in developing countries, accelerating the shift from fossil-fuelled power.

February 14 2019

Vestas Leads Break-Away Group of Big Four Turbine Makers

Global commissioning of onshore wind turbines declined 3% in 2018, partly due to a slowdown in India and Germany. Growth is expected to bounce back in 2019, with a 32% jump to 60GW

February 13 2019

U.S. Power Sector More Efficient Even As Overall Emissions Rose in 2018

Growth of natural gas and renewables, plus greater energy efficiency kept U.S. power emissions in check, but faster economic growth and volatile weather lifted energy demand and overall emissions. 


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