Author: Tom Young
Global temperature rise will reach 1.5°C in next 20 years – IPCC
9 August 2021
Report calls for quick action by policymakers to stabilise temperature rises later in the century
Tech disruption could cut emissions rapidly – Rethink X
5 August 2021
Report envisions a far faster decarbonisation process than more conventional scenarios
BP doubles renewables pipeline
3 August 2021
Offshore wind investments in US and bids in Scotland will help to decarbonise firm’s portfolio
Denham aligns with sustainable guidelines
2 August 2021
Sabine Chalopin, Denham Capital’s ESG and Impact Director, talks about the firm’s methodologies for sustainability
Denham looks to finance sustainable infrastructure
2 August 2021
Investors in developed economies need to help governments and firms in emerging economies gain access to capital markets, says CEO
China finances no new coal in 2021
27 July 2021
Size of projects and new investment guidelines have deterred coal financing
PE Live: Glasgow climate talks must solve article six issues
23 July 2021
A number of hurdles remain, including additionality and flexibility of emissions reductions
PE Live: Paris climate contributions are standardising
23 July 2021
Second round of NDCs sees greater similarity in formats, with many adopting net-zero targets
Statkraft on track for 9GW renewables by 2025
22 July 2021
Utility will continue to develop 3GW/yr of renewable capacity after 2025
Energy transition spending must increase – IEA
20 July 2021
Shortfalls in funding are particularly pronounced in emerging economies, where capital markets can be hard to access
Climate ‘accelerator’ Subak launched
19 July 2021
Organisation will help to grow and finance startups that have a focus on climate and climate data
Acorn CCS project awards Feed contract
15 July 2021
Study will be carried out by Carbon Clean as part of preparation to start CCS operations by mid-decade
EU outlines rules to meet new 2030 GHG target
14 July 2021
European Commission outlines a package of measures designed to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 55pc below 1990 levels by 2030
Biomass supply limited in net-zero world – ETC
6 July 2021
Strict sustainability criteria will mean less supply than other scenarios foresee, thinktank says
Red II could impede hydrogen – lobby groups
30 June 2021
Renewable Hydrogen Coalition and Hydrogen Europe say additionality and geographic requirements could impede development of production
MPs and business urge government to accelerate net-zero plan
29 June 2021
Current government commitments only cover less than half of the required emissions reduction to 2035
CCS needs clusters to reach scale – Wood Mac
24 June 2021
Focus must switch away from individual parts of the value chain towards large projects to accelerate progress
Guiness Asset Management sees opportunities within energy transition
24 June 2021
Firm has built a portfolio of companies with good growth prospects on the supply and demand sides of the energy transition
Renewables competitive with cheapest fossil fuels – Irena
23 June 2021
Costs could fall even further, based on analysis of data from some utility-scale solar PV projects
Collaboration vital for energy transition – panel
23 June 2021
New technologies will only develop through effective partnerships, say Orsted and RWE
Opedal lays out Equinor transition strategy
22 June 2021
Firm will reduce carbon intensity of oil production, invest in offshore wind, and look to CCS and hydrogen
World must use less energy – Dudley
17 June 2021
Energy consumers must travel less and move to electric vehicles, according to the former BP CEO
Transition finance is starting to flow – BlackRock
17 June 2021
A second US exit from the Paris Agreement would seriously damage capital flows to clean energy, says investor
Equinor to increase low-carbon investment
16 June 2021
State energy firm will step up its investments in renewables and low-carbon solutions from 4pc of overall spending to 50pc in 2030
Repsol outlines transition financing plan
14 June 2021
Firm will use green and transition bonds to finance various emissions reductions projects
Canadian oil sands producers agree to cut emissions
10 June 2021
Canadian Natural Resources, Cenovus Energy, Imperial, MEG Energy and Suncor Energy will cut operational emissions of oil sands production
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