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No limit on Total’s renewables strategy
Diversity is the name of the game for Total. The French multinational is looking firmly to the future and further developing sources of renewable energy, particularly to feed the hunger for what the company describes as the “energy of the 21st century” - electricity.
Is natural gas the MENA region’s ‘new oil’ following recent UAE discoveries?
The United Arab Emirates is continuing to diversify its economy & energy resources away from oil, by investing in natural gas and renewables.
Cutting carbon emissions and power costs in Southeast Asia
The world's demand for power has increased by 85% in the last 20 years, with production responsible for about 25% of greenhouse gas emissions. In Southeast Asia alone, energy consumption is expected to double by 2040.
Total access to energy solutions: the future is bright
Sunlight may turn out to be the world’s great equalizer. Total Access To Energy Solutions (TATES) is at the forefront of the campaign to deliver solar power to some of the most remote places on earth.
Greece's top national security advisor resigns over Turkey remarks
Alexandros Diakopoulos said his comments — which he had later retracted — had “caused confusion and created a problem” for Greek prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Erdogan: Greece will pay a 'heavy price' if it attacks Turkish ships
Greek-Turkish tensions will be on the agenda for Friday's Foreign Ministers meeting in Vienna on Friday,
World's largest nuclear fusion project being assembled in France
Fusion is a nuclear reaction that powers the Sun and the stars and is a potential source of safe, non-carbon emitting and virtually limitless energy.
Full steam ahead: hydrogen train boosted by EU climate goals
As the European Commission pushes for cleaner fuels to fight global warming, hydrogen could mean the end of the line for diesel-powered locomotives.
Explainer: Why is the EU betting on hydrogen for a greener future?
The EU Commission has unveiled its latest strategy for a greener, cleaner energy future - and it's pinning its hopes on hydrogen.
COVID-19 causes biggest shock to global energy demand since WWII
A new report released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) provides an almost real-time view of the COVID-19 pandemic’s extraordinary impact across all major fuels
Scientists have worked out how to generate electricity from thin air
This new renewable energy generator takes moisture out of the air and turns it into an electrical current.
Germany reaches agreement to phase out coal by 2038
The German government will pay utility companies billions of euros to speed up the shutdown of their coal-fired power plants
Is the new EU Presidency a Russian Trojan horse? Croatia’s trial of the decade suggests it is ǀ View
Has Croatia's biggest trial of the decade handed Russia the keys to Europe? As the country takes over the Presidency of the European Union, fears that this is the case are rising.
The Brief: funding Europe's green ambitions
The European Commission has unveiled the "Just Transition Fund" as an essential part of its ambitious programme to fight climate change. The Fund, worth 7.5 billion euros, should help countries kick their coal habit.
Europe needs gas and Russia has it - the story behind the new pipeline
The new gas pipeline has a huge impact on energy politics in Europe. Here's what you need to know about TurkStream.
'It's been a blast': Detroit power plant demolished with explosives
It was blown up to make way for a Jeep factory.
World's first full-electric commercial plane takes to the sky
Habour Air plans to become the world's first all-electric airline.
Russia opens Power of Siberia gas pipeline to China
Russia is looking to increase exports to Europe as well as Asia. The China link comes alongside Nord Stream 2 to Germany and Turk Stream to Turkey.
Finance going green
For the first time EU Finance Ministers are calling on the European Investment Bank to halt funding of oil, gas and coal projects.
UK bans fracking just weeks before national election
The UK is to put a temporary halt on fracking - Boris Johnson's government says it's because the industry causes earth tremors which are too disruptive to local communities.
Court blocks expansion of Romania's biggest coal mine
An energy company wanted to expand Rosia's 1,450-hectare coal mine by a further 280 hectares, 235 of which are currently covered by forest which would have had to be cut off, according to environmental network Bankwatch
Shift from Nuclear could limit France's energy options
Efforts to decrease reliance on nuclear energy is a step in the right direction, but could leave consumers in the dark if the right infrastructure is not in place.
The Global Energy Prize recognises the work of two leading scientists
Many of the greatest challenges facing the world today revolve around sustainable energy: how to create it, how to store it, and how to use it most efficiently.
The Global Energy Prize award ceremony live from Moscow
The Global Energy Prize honoured outstanding achievements in energy research and technology from around the world, which are helping address the energy challenges we are facing.
Energy “Trilemma” Debated at World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi
The World Energy Congress, an event and a council which represents more than 150 countries, was established in London in 1924.
In Spain, as in Europe, gas is crucial for the delivery of the energy transition ǀ View
The recent draft decree in Spain caught the attention of Eurogas. The draft decree proposes to reduce the investment in the gas grid by up to some 50% according to projections from Sedigas as of 2021. This questions the viability of the gas system in Spain in the very near future.