Wind energy could supply up to 19% of the world’s electricity by 2030 - if the world implements policies to limit emissions, according to a new report from GWEC, Greenpeace and the German Aerospace Centre.
India is a country where the centralised grid system for electricity has dominated the last 60 years and, largely, failed.
In the first of our series of stories on the key issues facing the world's leaders at the climate summit in New York, Lauri Myllyvirta asks if there is now a unique opportunity for global emissions to peak?
Greenpeace UK energy analyst Dr Jimmy Aldridge explains what to do with a problem like coal
The vast majority of the estimated 12bn euros of European allowances and transfers intended to tackle climate change and diversify the energy mix between 2013-19 will - instead - be spent on coal, according to a new report.