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A post-pandemic resurgence in coal use shows how the world’s dirtiest fossil fuel won’t be an easy habit to kick.
Energy storage hit another record year in 2022, adding 16 gigawatts/35 gigawatt-hours of capacity, up 68% from 2021.
US firms are the most prolific buyers of clean energy.
Oil production growth in the US is expected to remain muted this year, with output forecast to settle somewhere between 12.4 million to 12.9 million barrels per day, according to the latest update from BloombergNEF.
The global agriculture system is on the verge of a new revolution.
A 152-million-kilometer supersized grid is what’s needed to power a greener future and avert climate disaster, according to BloombergNEF.
In 2021, banks financed 81% as much low-carbon energy supply as fossil fuels – for every dollar of bank financing activity supporting fossil-fuel supply, 0.8 supported low-carbon energy.
Sustainable finance policies have grown more numerous and complex in recent years, demanding financial institutions comply and regulators learn from each other.
Investment in carbon capture and storage (CCS) has more than doubled since last year to hit a record high of $6.4 billion.
Now, in a shifting global automotive landscape, spending on electrified transport is rocketing skywards.
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