IKEA, the world’s biggest furniture brand, is branching out into selling renewable energy to households, starting with home market Sweden in September.
Renewable energy sources have produced enough to meet 66% of Portugal’s electricity consumption in the period January-July 2021, data from power utility Redes Energeticas Nacionais (REN) shows.
July was the world’s hottest month ever recorded, US government scientists have confirmed, further indicating the unfolding climate crisis that affects almost every part of the planet.
India’s push for green energy has borne results, crossing the 100 gigawatts (GW) milestone of installed renewable energy capacity.
Emerging markets in China and India are set to supercharge the next wave of global green energy. According to a new report authored by think-tank Carbon Tracker, the nations are moving to meet rapid power demand growth with renewables instead of fossil-fired electricity.
According to a new anaysis, the UK’s low carbon economy is now worth more than £200bn, four times the size of the country’s manufacturing sector, with growth expected to accelerate in the coming years.
The World Wildlife Fund has issued a series of statements in response to UN’s latest ‘code red’ climate change report.
A major UN scientific report released today has issued a ‘code red’ warning to the world, concluding that human activity is changing the climate in unprecedented and sometimes irreversible ways.
A new study has revealed more than 13,000 renewable energy projects in line for financing worldwide – chalking up to a total required investment of around $2 trillion.