Renewables grow fast despite supply bottlenecks

Europe has unveiled new plans to speed up renewables, while the U.S. sees headwinds.

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23.05.2022

Poland, Bulgaria and Finland are the first EU nations to see Russian gas deliveries completely cut off after the invasion of Ukraine, but others may soon follow as Moscow insists on payment in rubles and launches counter-sanctions against the West.

At least a partial embargo on Russian oil looks likely to be brought in by the EU, and the move would have far-reaching implications for global markets.

18.05.2022

UN Secretary-General António Guterres has proposed what he calls “five critical actions” to jump-start the energy transition, including phasing out subsidies for fossil fuels and tripling private and public investments in renewables to at least US$ 4 trillion dollars a year.

17.05.2022

Hungary has delayed a European-wide deal to ban Russian oil imports, but if a deal is reached, it could have a big impact on Russia.

Plans for large-scale green hydrogen blending using existing natural gas infrastructure is at best a “highly inefficient solution for power generation and heating,” according to the Energy Innovation paper.

12.05.2022

The declining cost of renewable energy technologies and battery storage coupled with rising volatility in prices for fossil gas has boosted the economics of renewables further. Analysis carried out by TransitionZero found it is now cheaper to switch from coal to green than from coal to gas in power generation.

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23.05.2022

Poland, Bulgaria and Finland are the first EU nations to see Russian gas deliveries completely cut off after the invasion of Ukraine, but others may soon follow as Moscow insists on payment in rubles and launches counter-sanctions against the West.

At least a partial embargo on Russian oil looks likely to be brought in by the EU, and the move would have far-reaching implications for global markets.

18.05.2022

UN Secretary-General António Guterres has proposed what he calls “five critical actions” to jump-start the energy transition, including phasing out subsidies for fossil fuels and tripling private and public investments in renewables to at least US$ 4 trillion dollars a year.

17.05.2022

Hungary has delayed a European-wide deal to ban Russian oil imports, but if a deal is reached, it could have a big impact on Russia.

Plans for large-scale green hydrogen blending using existing natural gas infrastructure is at best a “highly inefficient solution for power generation and heating,” according to the Energy Innovation paper.

12.05.2022

The declining cost of renewable energy technologies and battery storage coupled with rising volatility in prices for fossil gas has boosted the economics of renewables further. Analysis carried out by TransitionZero found it is now cheaper to switch from coal to green than from coal to gas in power generation.