The world’s largest economies agreed to push for a tripling of renewable energy capacity by 2030, but made no progress on oil and gas phaseout
The launch of the Jetp investment plan has been hampered by disagreements over funding and technical challenges
The Energy Charter Treaty, which Spain is trying to leave, protects investments in fossil fuels and in renewables
Heaps of new renewable energy are going up in China, but there’s more to an energy transition than hardware
The UAE has backed the EU’s call to set a global target for the renewable roll-out at the Cop28 climate talks
The EU signed green hydrogen agreements with Egypt, Kazakhstan, Morocco and Namibia to supply the bloc with the gas ahead of its 2030 goals.
OECD countries agree to extend support for ‘climate-friendly’ projects. But vague definitions and inclusion of contested activities worry campaigners.
An investigation by Oxpeckers and Climate Home found coal-reliant communities in South Africa have scarce details on how funds for reskilling workers from its $8.5 billion deal will be implemented.
Cop28 president and oil and gas executive Sultan al-Jaber urged energy conference participants in Houston to do more faster to limit global warming
The World Bank argues the project will accelerate the energy transition in southern Africa, but people facing displacement say their voices are not being heard
Thunberg said the wind farm violates the rights of indigenous Sami people to herd their reindeer, as the sight and sound of the turbines scares the animals
Almost 80% of the more than 80,000 residents working in Ermelo are employed by Eskom and Transnet, the state-owned energy and transport companies
Campaigners have warned the exemption risks setting an incentive for increased logging in Europe’s corner of the Amazon forest.
In a pivot away from Russian gas, Germany cut energy consumption to its lowest level since the Berlin Wall fell – but increased coal burning
AIIB’s fast-tracking of a 600MW LNG plant could set a precedent for more development finance to fossil gas projects, campaigners warn
From 2025, the entire country is expected to run on 100% clean electricity for hours then days at a time, raising new engineering challenges