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It might have been a terrible year in many respects, but new research suggests 2020 was the year the world finally learned to love electric vehicles.
From the ever-decreasing price of solar power to the growing momentum behind carbon neutrality, the UNDP's Marcel Alers explains why it could be a good year for clean energy.
To reduce emissions, the share of clean energy in total investment needs to rise to two-thirds by 2030. 60% of that has to occur in developing economies.
The dip brings the US within striking distance of its commitment at the Paris climate summit to bring emissions 26-28% below 2005 levels by 2025.
Energy is a fundamental pillar of the resilient, sustainable economic system we need to build – but it poses three connected challenges that we must address.
COVID-19 may have exposed cracks in business models but it has renewed efforts to build a sustainable economy – Ukraine can be part of that crucial change.
Record-low solar tariffs and flexible clean power auctions have pushed India’s renewable energy growth, despite disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution and shifts in consumer demands caused by the coronavirus pandemic are having a profound effect on infrastructure assets and investments.
The COVID crisis underscores the urgency to enable innovation, build financial infrastructure and resilience for the economic recovery
The U.S., U.K. and Canada, three major nuclear markets, all signaled growing support for SMRs in the closing weeks of 2020 with new policy announcements.
The mining industry could collaborate more effectively to improve environmental, social and governance standards as world moves to a lower-carbon economy.
As some parts of the world switch away from ‘black gold’, countries in Asia could decide if this fossil fuel has a future.
Hydrogen is once again being touted as a decarbonizing wonder fuel – but serious challenges remain. Here's why things might be different this time around.
Geothermal energy had fallen our of favour in the United States, but its potential to fill gaps when solar and wind projects can't provide electricity could see it rise again.