New book outlines how the Magritte Group – a fossil fuel lobby – has tried to destroy climate and renewable energy policy in Europe.
A new software platform in Germany lets utilities buy and sell “regional electricity” by connecting up small producers with consumers.
Paris deal provides the certainty of a long-term goal with the flexibility of carbon markets – a significant step towards a global level playing field.
RWE’s head of energy innovation talks about her role at the helm of a department that’s not a department. Her job? To think non-utility ideas.
Vattenfall’s CEO Magnus Hall likens the selling of its lignite operations in Germany to E.On’s recent decision to dump centralised fossil fuel generation.
IEA presented its World Energy Outlook for 2014. For the first time ever, it looked ahead as far as 2040 painting a sobering picture.
In the food and energy sectors, there is a movement underway taking a holistic value chain approach to create a more secure, sustainable, affordable system.
EU leaders meet this week to set foundations of climate and energy policy for 2030. Can Europe convince the world it has a credible strategy?
Europe is still the leader in clean tech, but 70% of new wind capacity and 40% of new pv panels were installed outside Europe.
CEO of Europe’s second largest utility says renewables to take biggest chunk of energy market and energy companies will need to get closer to customers.