The inability of renewable energy to provide baseload power remains a challenge, although some solutions that are in the pipeline–like battery energy storage (BES) or hydrogen—are promising.
Have you ever thought about your Amazon delivery in terms of carbon emissions? If you haven’t, then this article is a must read for you, as we have looked at your parcel’s CO2 footprint and far beyond.
We have reported on several innovations, new processes, subsidies and business strategies all aimed at reversing global warming or at least capping temperature rise at 1.5° – 2°C compared to the pre-industrial age.
Following our post on government initiatives of selected countries with regards to renewable energy subsidies, targets and ambitions, we have researched the private sector to obtain a more in-depth look into the big players and their plans for the renewable revolution.
The International Energy Association’s (IEA) latest publication, “Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP) 2020”, is a 400-page report on energy technologies, the transition to net-zero emissions, and international climate goals. Here, we will break it down to the most essential information, saving you the time of reading the entire report.