Energy


Rethinking our energy needs

The energy transition, power lines and people

A Great Opportunity for New European Leaders The European energy landscape is…

Could social housing be the first to decarbonize?

Deep renovation of Europe’s building stock is necessary to reach ambitious climate…

Biomass: the role of science and science-based policy-making

Strengthening scientific knowledge and science-based policy-making is crucial to advancing research and…

Removing barriers to renewable transport fuels

In the transport sector, all EU countries must ensure that at least…

The new oil: green hydrogen from the Arabian Gulf

In the early years of the 21st century, hydrogen enjoyed great industrial…

Breaking barriers: Financing the low-carbon transition

Tackling climate change and building a global green economy is the opportunity…

Hydrogen for the energy transition in Europe

The long-term objective of decarbonization implies that we look at a whole…

Rawabi: the new Palestinian city

There is a time to rejoice, and a time to resist –…

Bioenergy: an asset to European forests

Of all biomass, wood has always been the most popular source of…

Unlocking capital for energy access

One of the major challenges today is how to expand access to…

Bad plastics, good plastics

An unfortunate consequence of our campaigning against the tide of plastic pollution…

The promise and power of renewable energy

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) is an intergovern- mental organisation that…

Visualizing Energy

Bringing to light new renewable energy projects is a way of documenting…

We need a carbon floor price

Why are dirty, coal-fired power stations continuing to operate in Europe, in…

Toxic fumes

The Kawah Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia, has one of the…

Ghana: waste-picking in Koforidua

“Bwala five five” is the name given by waste pickers to the…