Wind power sets new generation record in UK.
On Friday it was confirmed that Australia has not been offered a speaking slot at the Climate United Nations’ Ambition Summit. This should not come as a surprise. The Climate Ambition Summit is, as the name would suggest, all about climate ambition – where Australia is decidedly lacking. Earlier this week, Australia was ranked second last […]
“We simply don’t need fossil fuels to access cheap energy anymore,” says UK climate body. “Any notion that we can’t afford to tackle climate change is clearly nonsense”.
While Australia scrambles to get a speaking slot at the UK’s climate summit, its government prepares to paint a falsely rosy picture of climate progress.
Incoming COP26 chief piles pressure on Morrison government to set zero carbon target, while praising Australian States and Territories for leading the way.
Norwegian energy company Equinor and Irish renewables developer SSE Renewables reach financial close on first two phases of massive Dogger Bank Wind Farm.
UK government grants planning consent to Scottish company InterGen to develop largest battery storage project in UK and Europe, and one of the largest in the world.
The UK is frequently cited as an example of why gas is “needed” in a clean energy transition, but the government’s own forecasts shows gas will be in rapid decline.
Could Australia’s conservative federal government replicate the UK’s slowly-increasing climate ambitions? One key problem needs to be solved first.
Despite the US on the verge of leaving the Paris Agreement, international pressure on Australia to lift its game on climate has never been higher.