The generating cost comparison between renewable energies and fossil fuels is narrowing, with 2015 recording a “significant shift,” says BNEF.
Tag: "fossil fuels"
ANZ revises climate and coal rules, but criticised as ‘almost satirical’ because it allows financing of new coal mines and allows it to increase its carbon footprint.
Monday’s Trans Pacific Partnership agreement has sparked anger among green groups who say it is a betrayal of the environment, a disaster for climate policy, and a boon for the fossil fuel industry.
Greens leader Richard di Natale has unveiled a policy proposing a levy on coal miners to pay for mine site rehabilitation and retraining of workers.
Obama hopes major countries will agree to “aggressive enough targets” tat climate talks in Paris, but it won’t be sufficient to meet 2C target.
The number of new coal mines opening each year in the U.S. has fallen to its lowest point in at least a decade.
New analysis shows 50-fold growth in fossil fuel divestment, with an estimated $2.6trn in assets earmarked by 430 institutions and 2,040 individuals.
Researchers developing new solar technology to get more than $100 million in grants from the US government as a way to expand access to low-carbon energy.
A new study says there’s another important benefit to renewables development: cost savings from cleaner air that saves lives.
What is the real tipping point where forgoing efficiency in favour of solar pays off?