November 26 2020

Airbus Sees Hydrogen Aircraft Taking Off in the 2030s: Q&A

Zero-emission passenger planes will be “commercially viable in the 2030s”, powered by hydrogen produced from renewable energy sources like wind and solar.

November 23 2020

How PV-Plus-Storage Will Compete With Gas Generation in the U.S.

This report by BloombergNEF shows how the combination of solar power plants and battery storage can be a clean, economic alternative to an increasingly large share of U.S. gas generation.

November 9 2020

Bangladesh Set to Cross 1-Gigawatt Renewables Mark: Q&A 

Bangladesh will reach the 1GW renewables mark in 2021, with solar in the lead.

October 27 2020

Emissions and Coal Have Peaked as Covid-19 Saves 2.5 Years of Emissions, Accelerates Energy Transition

  BloombergNEF’s New Energy Outlook 2020 sees total oil demand peaking in 2035, and growth in clean energy technology – yet, world still heading for 3.3-degree temperature rise   London and New York, October 27, 2020 – The stark drop in energy demand due to the coronavirus pandemic will remove some 2.5 years’ worth of […]

October 23 2020

Household Solar Demand Surges Through the Roof in 2020

Lockdown restrictions have given customers more reason to pay attention to their energy bills, and more time to pursue home improvements like solar.

October 16 2020

Liebreich: Separating Hype from Hydrogen – Part Two: The Demand Side

In part two of his Hydrogen series, Michael Liebreich looka at the demand side of hydrogen.

October 14 2020

India ‘Walking the Walk’ on Climate: Q&A

India – one of the world’s five largest carbon emitters – is set to meet its Paris climate commitments several years ahead of the 2030 target.

October 8 2020

Liebreich: Separating Hype from Hydrogen – Part One: The Supply Side

On the surface, Hydrogen, the most common element in the universe, seems like the answer to every energy question. But, what drawbacks does it face?

September 29 2020

China’s Long Road to Carbon Neutrality Will Reshape World Economy

As the world’s largest carbon emitter and energy consumer, China’s yet-unknown pathway to carbon neutrality is certain to disrupt the globe’s energy economy from Dhahran to Queensland to Sand Hill Road and everywhere in between.

September 21 2020

Economics Alone Could Drive Greece to a Future Powered by Renewables

Greece can transform its power system away from heavy reliance on fossil fuels to potentially become one of the leaders of the energy transition in Europe by 2030, according to BNEF's Greece Market Outlook.

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