The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) is unlikely to implement its nearly-Zero Energy Building (nZEB) strategy by 2020.
Recent policy changes regarding energy crops are unlikely to curtail biogas production growth in Europe.
Cities in Europe are experimenting with new ways to invest in energy transition and finance green measures at local level. Innovative financing models are becoming a priority because of a lack of public funding.
Update 02-2021: the EU ETS carbon price is now €42.00/ton (It’s possible to check daily price updates via Ember)
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Can a global clean energy platform meet the challenge and benefit from the opportunities presented by the energy 'trilemma'?
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In 'urban era,' ramping up building efficiency and public transit in cities could help save money—and the planet.
Its a traditionally held view that renewable energy is not cost effective without considerable government subsidies. It is posited that fossil fuels are far less expensive, and although not carrying the same price tag we accept that they come with environmental and health risks...
When 195 nations met in Paris on December 5th last year, many would not have expected the political and private sector turnaround that has happened since this date. Where Kyoto fell apart and Copenhagen was a debacle, the COP 21 in Paris has proved to be the world’s first...
Given that fracking now supplies two thirds of Americas natural gas demand, what role does the resource play in the future, and how can we measure the extent of the carbon emissions and other pollution it has so far generated?