South African’s main energy company Eskom is planning to add renewables to its coal portfolio with investments exceeding $1.8 billion
Energy and Climate Change Committee report warns if plans for 16GW of nuclear power collapse fossil fuels could fill gap
Cheap gas supplies could be the death knell of nuclear energy in the United Kingdom threatening attempts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
This week energy provider Centrica pulled out of Britain’s atomic programme, suggesting it may not play a long term role in the energy mix
Iceland’s ambassador to Japan Stefan Larus Stefansson says the country should learn from Iceland’s experience and pursue a geothermal energy boom
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Proposals to ditch nuclear by 2040 could leave country relying on developing renewables sector together with oil, gas and coal imports
Today’s top stories: Research finds 70% of Arctic ice loss is due to man-made climate change and OECD report says nuclear expansion to continue in Asia
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Successful clean energy and water management policies must recognise relationship between the two, says Stockholm Environment Institute.
In the first of a series with RTCC, Tom Burke, founding director of sustainability consultancy E3G and a former executive director of Friends of the Earth, explains why he believes nuclear power must not be pursued.
Marine energy offers better value for money in the long-term than alternatives such as nuclear, says experts.
IEA Chief Economist, Fatih Birol has warned the world to expect a rise in greenhouse gas emissions as countries turn their backs on nuclear.
Climate change is one of a greatest threats posed to the future of human-kind and the world, according to Cambridge cosmologist Stephen Hawking.