‘Ukraine War accelerating renewable push’

Countries will look to produce energy domestically, as security concerns grow – a report claims

UK ramps up nuclear production with £75m

It is looking to reduce its reliance on Russia for uranium conversion capacity

‘EU gas emissions hit highest level in four years’

The US exported the most LNG to the continent in 2022

Enel boss says ‘it will take years’ to stabilise energy prices

But renewables is the only way to speed this process up, he claims

COP27: EU and Egypt sign agreement on renewable hydrogen

The MoU will serve as a framework to support the development of a renewable hydrogen industry and trade across the EU and Egypt, including infrastructure and financing

Ukraine claims Russian War is increasing climate change

The country claims the conflict has led to 33m tonnes of GHG emissions

Ukraine’s largest energy company sticks by net zero aims amidst war

The DTEK boss has told COP27 that the company’s 2040 carbon-neutrality pledge remains the same

Peace needed for climate action, says President Zelensky

Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky told the UN’s COP27 climate summit that Russia’s war has destroyed nearly five million acres of forests in less than six months

Rishi Sunak to call for accelerated renewable energy transition at COP27

He travelled to Egypt yesterday after a U-turn on his earlier decision to not attend the event

EU Commission offers €3bn for innovative cleantech projects

It has launched the third call for projects under the EU Innovation Fund, covering topics including decarbonisation, innovative electrification in industry and cleantech manufacturing