The European Lead Battery Conference & Exhibition is live and online 22-24 September

At the first global lead battery gathering since the coronavirus pandemic, we’re bringing you updates over three days from the ELBC Studio, including: A full programme of insights and analysis from over 50 leading industry figures and research experts: Industry Insights – leading experts and company executives share their analysis and debate the impact of the pandemic on […]

How Natural Gas Utilities Play a Role in the Future of Our Energy System

With a global pandemic and unprecedented extreme weather, we have seen how essential our energy delivery system is to our way of life. Through collaboration and innovation, we will make the system more resilient and fulfill our commitment to reducing emissions. American Gas Association members are already leading in these areas—providing customers with reliable and affordable energy […]

Winners of AFSIA Solar Awards announced

The inaugural Africa Solar Industry Association (AFSIA) Solar Awards, organized in partnership with the Africa Energy Forum (aef), culminated in a grand show streamed online, during which the winners of 15 categories were unveiled and celebrated. John van Zuylen, the founder of AFSIA, commented: “AFSIA Solar Awards was delighted to be hosted by this much-respected […]

Why we must unlock energy’s DNA to enable a green transition

Europe can emerge from the coronavirus pandemic with a significantly clearer pathway to a net-zero future if it takes the right actions now. That’s according to Roberto Castiglioni, the co-founder and chief executive of London-headquartered sustainable investment consultancy Ikigai Group. He said the “silver lining to Covid” was the knock-on effect it would have on […]

How ‘green’ are electric cars?

With the ban of new petrol and diesel cars in place in the UK by 2030, sales of electric cars are expected to surge. Plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles accounted for more than 1 in 10 vehicle registrations in 2020, up from 1 in 30 in 2019, according to data published by the Society of Motor […]

Build back better – with energy efficiency improvements

“Climate action does not require economic sacrifice,” wrote Rachel Kyte, then CEO of the Sustainable Energy for All Initiative (SEforAll) in September 2015. Many studies and cases show that climate action does indeed yield economic benefits (see the case of China). Going even a step further: if climate change proceeds unchecked, its negative impacts will effect the […]