2019 was the cleanest year on record for Britain as, for the first time, the amount of zero carbon power surpassed fossil fuel generation for a full twelve months.
Renewables produced 29.5 TeraWatt-hours in July, August, and September, while fossil fuels only produced 29.1 TW-hr and that less than 1% of the UK's electricity came from coal during the quarter.
The UK Government has announced plans to end fossil fuel heating systems in new houses from 2025.
European Union member states and the European Parliament agreed Wednesday to reform the bloc's electricity market, including a call to end coal subsidies by 2025.
Coal-fired power plants were absent from Britain’s energy mix for more than two days straight this week, in a latest sign that the days of using coal are well and truly numbered.
The Scandinavian powerhouse aims to completely eliminate coal dependency by 2029, one year ahead of its previous goal of 2030, environment minister said Tuesday.
The Irish Government has announced plans to spend €22 billion over the next four years to aid the country’s journey to a low-carbon and climate resilient economy.
The Federal Administrative Court ruled this week that German cities can legally ban diesel vehicles.
Royal Dutch Shell decided to buy Europe's largest electric vehicle charging network. Could it be that oil is not the energy commodity of the future?
Led by Britain and Canada, nations form the Power Past Coal Alliance to phase out use of the dirtiest fossil fuel — but big emitters remain absent.