Tagged With Energy security
Outlook 2023: The geothermal prize in tackling the energy trilemma
24 November 2022
Geothermal has seen limited development to date. But technological improvements and the prospect of critical mineral recovery could tip the balance of project costs
Climate change threatens energy assets
17 October 2022
More than 70pc of installed capacity is sited in regions that will face extreme heat and more tropical cyclones in future
Mainstream targets energy major status by 2030
10 October 2022
New ownership positions renewables project developer for transition to long-term asset owner and operator
Renewables still key to Europe’s post-crisis energy mix
5 October 2022
Medium-term strategy should stay focused on expansion of clean energy, say speakers at Energy Intelligence Forum
Geopolitical risks threaten transition
5 October 2022
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has underscored how energy can be weaponised in times of conflict
UK aims to decouple renewables from gas
8 September 2022
New prime minister Liz Truss proposes CfDs for existing renewables and nuclear as part of package to tackle energy affordability crisis and provide long-term security of supply
RWE raises 2022 renewables spend by 30pc
12 August 2022
German utility targets €5bn investment in renewables but confirms temporary restart of lignite power plants to support winter supply
World faces setbacks on energy challenges
10 August 2022
Slower-than-expected progress on nuclear power means the world must look elsewhere for decarbonisation options
Group of 24 nations agrees to improve energy efficiency
13 June 2022
Governments including US, Germany and Japan will seek opportunities for exchange and collaboration, according to joint statement
UK backs nuclear to gain energy independence
7 April 2022
Nation raises offshore wind, solar and nuclear targets as it looks to move away from imported fossil fuels
Ukib to focus on energy security and net zero – Sunak
21 March 2022
The UK treasury-owned bank must balance investments between energy security and long-term decarbonisation, says finance minister
EV firms embrace vehicle-to-grid charging
16 March 2022
Technology can allow vehicles to charge overnight when rates and load are low, then provide electricity back to the grid during peak hours as well as during blackouts
Europe faces transition trade-offs amid Russian crisis
9 March 2022
More use of coal-fired power is likely in the short term, while new North Sea projects are not the answer, ETC chair Adair Turner tells Transition Economist
EU plans to pivot from Russian gas
9 March 2022
Switch to renewables and hydrogen aims to displace demand for Russian gas well before 2030
Energy firms reluctant to cut Russian gas
4 March 2022
European utilities are divesting from some Russian interests, but decisions on gas supply will require new sanctions
IEA crisis plan calls for faster renewables rollout
4 March 2022
Agency also urges action to switch to non-Russian gas as security of supply tops policy agenda
UK needs eightfold rise in power storage capacity – Aurora
18 February 2022
Developers call for incentives to kickstart investment in storage and balance intermittent renewables
Less ‘blah blah blah’ and more community action: Energy lessons for 2022
17 January 2022
The global energy community must build forward together in the coming year
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