New data shows solar systems are becoming more efficient, and increasing the amount fed back into the grid. And demand for new systems remains solid.
Category: Graph of the Day
From the treasure trove that is this year’s Global Carbon Budget: 9 charts showing where carbon emissions come from, where they go and what that means.
Australian households have cut electricity consumption by nearly a quarter in the past decade – thanks to solar, efficient appliances and bill shock.
Who is responsible for climate change? New study identifies the top 90 producers of industrial carbon emissions
Accenture report finds that utilities from North America to Europe and Asia are divided on whether grid disruptions are threats or opportunities.
The price of new nuclear has been revealed, and it does not compare well with wind and solar.
Colour-coding Australia’s energy generation, state by state, throws up some interesting graphs. Good luck spotting the green, or the dark blue for wind.
The IPCC’s trimmed carbon budgets come up considerably shorter than the CO2 embedded in existing fossil fuel reserves, where coal has the largest share.