As a leading NGO calls on the EU to turn its back on biofuels over food price and human rights fears, is there a sustainable path for the industry?
As web giants expand ‘cloud computing’ capabilities, more attention is required on efficiency and renewable sources, says report.
Opposition concerned over localised environmental impact, seismic activity and effect of fresh gas supply on climate change targets.
New research calls for an overhaul of the Clean Development Mechanism, to favour bottom-up approaches, as it finds huge cost variations in renewable energy implementation across the developing world.
RTCC summarises five of the biggest ideas on climate change, energy and clean development that emerged this week.
As the UK touts the possibility of linking Iceland’s bountiful geothermal energy to the rest of Europe, Redpoint Energy explains why EU red tape could hold back plans for a European super-grid.
Scheme would open up vast resources of clean, geothermal energy to Europe via proposed super grid.
Binoy Choudary, from the Indian Institute of Social Welfare and Business Management warns RTCC that while India must continue to develop it should not do so at the expense of the environment.
Professor Eli Jidere Bala from the Energy Commission in Nigeria spoke to RTCC about the country’s potential for renewable energy, and the role the private sector will have in making it a reality.
New model shows switch from coal to renewables is cheapest way for Western US to cut emissions.
Industry leaders welcome progress in renewable technologies such as wave and tidal but warn that over optimism could damage industry.
Wave and tidal power technology gaining traction in Scotland as renewable targets loom.
Leading UK power company welcomes EU’s 2030 targets saying move provides certainty required to support emerging technologies.
New partnership pursues East Asian grid that could connect Russia, China and Japan to huge clean energy power sources in Gobi desert.
New figures claim renewable energy and efficiency sectors received majority of funding but the big fossil fuel firms are still the biggest beneficiaries.
Electricity likely to cross borders more frequently as renewable integration boosts supply and cuts costs.
A new desert greenhouse to be built outside of Doha in the Qatari desert will use tricks from nature to grow plants using irrigated seawater.
Universities to collaborate on projects to aid Dhaka’s energy policy, engineering and technology.
Committee says the country must not miss out an opportunity to take share of £340bn industry.
Energy efficiency and renewable power are big winners as fossil fuel subsidies and carbon capture funding cut.